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Property

Architect, Developer Agree Things Are Looking Up Around Here

Today’s Philadelphia is a dramatically different city from the Philadelphia of 30, 20, 10, or even five years ago. It has an actual skyline now, […]

Neil Shah, Jerry Sweeney, Cecil Baker
Property

ThinkFest Preview: Cecil Baker, Jerry Sweeney and Jay Shah on Our Changing Skyline

It still takes some getting used to seeing tower construction cranes as a constant presence on the Philadelphia skyline. But those cranes are the icons […]

Property

AKA University City Levels Up With Posh Club Floor

If Cira Centre South is, as Brandywine Realty Trust’s promotions put it, “Philadelphia’s first vertical neighborhood,” then Level 28 is its town square. The bottom […]

Business

Chamber of Commerce Votes Against Philadelphia Tax Reform Plan

A coalition of city business and political leaders led by Center City District President and CEO Paul Levy and Brandywine Realty Trust President and CEO […]

Business

Jerry Sweeney: Wage Law Will Further Stifle Philly Job Growth

As president of Brandywine Realty Trust and leader of the Philadelphia Job Growth Coalition, Jerry Sweeney has long argued for an overhaul of the Philly […]

Citified

Philly Workers and Businesses Might Get a Big Tax Cut … In Two Years

For years, a chorus of business leaders and policy wonks has been singing the same tune: The business and wage taxes in Philadelphia are too […]

Business

ThinkFest Recap: Jerry Sweeney Says Changing Philly’s Tax Code Will Boost Job Growth

ThinkFest is streaming live all day. Watch ThinkFest here. Jerry Sweeney wants big-time changes to Philadelphia’s tax code — and says it will spark much-needed job growth […]

Property

Headlines: Brandywine Realty Trust Hints at Market East Plan

All signs point towards the redevelopment of the “concrete heap” of a parking garage at 7th and Market into something much different in the future. Brandywine […]

Citified

The Brief: The Mayoral Campaign’s Big Tax Reform Idea

One of the biggest ideas in the mayoral race to date was hatched not by any of the candidates, but by Center City Executive Director Paul […]

Citified

The Brief: This Mayor’s Race Is Bad For Business

Yesterday in City Council, some of the leading advocates of lower wage and business taxes showed up at a hearing for Councilman David Oh’s quixotic […]