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According to Philly.com, the Navy Yard is looking to add residential rentals to a 1.5 million square foot space.  The Philadelphia Industrial Development Corp is working to begin development in the next year or so, if approved. Ultimately, the goal is to attractive young, working professionals to the Navy Yard residences.  Over the years, the business district in the Navy Yard has boomed housing several companies including Urban Outfitters, GlaxoSmithKline and Thomas Jefferson University Hospital.  To increase the growing development, the PIDC would also like to invest more accessible transportation to the Navy Yard.  Currently, shuttles are provided for employees.  SEPTA is researching on a possible Broad Street Line expansion.

As for the possibility of residential rentals, the PIDC is looking to initially develop 1,000 to 1,500 units.  Hopefully at some point in the near future, the Navy Yard will become the new up and coming neighborhood of Philadelphia.

navy yard

According to Philly.com, the Navy Yard is looking to add residential rentals to a 1.5 million square foot space.  The Philadelphia Industrial Development Corp is working to begin development in the next year or so, if approved. Ultimately, the goal is to attractive young, working professionals to the Navy Yard residences.  Over the years, the business district in the Navy Yard has boomed housing several companies including Urban Outfitters, GlaxoSmithKline and Thomas Jefferson University Hospital.  To increase the growing development, the PIDC would also like to invest more accessible transportation to the Navy Yard.  Currently, shuttles are provided for employees.  SEPTA is researching on a possible Broad Street Line expansion.

As for the possibility of residential rentals, the PIDC is looking to initially develop 1,000 to 1,500 units.  Hopefully at some point in the near future, the Navy Yard will become the new up and coming neighborhood of Philadelphia.

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Navy Yard Looking to Add Residential Housing

navy yard

According to Philly.com, the Navy Yard is looking to add residential rentals to a 1.5 million square foot space.  The Philadelphia Industrial Development Corp is working to begin development in the next year or so, if approved. Ultimately, the goal is to attractive young, working professionals to the Navy Yard residences.  Over the years, the business district in the Navy Yard has boomed housing several companies including Urban Outfitters, GlaxoSmithKline and Thomas Jefferson University Hospital.  To increase the growing development, the PIDC would also like to invest more accessible transportation to the Navy Yard.  Currently, shuttles are provided for employees.  SEPTA is researching on a possible Broad Street Line expansion.

As for the possibility of residential rentals, the PIDC is looking to initially develop 1,000 to 1,500 units.  Hopefully at some point in the near future, the Navy Yard will become the new up and coming neighborhood of Philadelphia.

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