The answer to that equation today is obviously Comcast. But 100 years ago, in 1913, the answer was Curtis Publishing, whose weekly Saturday Evening Post and Ladies’ Home Journal magazines were the most popular and profitable publications of their time.
As 2012 comes to an end, it’s the perfect opportunity to look back on the highlights of the year. Philadelphia was bustling with groundbreaking and ribbon cutting activity and PIDC was proud to be involved with several of the projects.
PIDC is assisting the City of Philadelphia with its plans to seek a development partner to redevelop The Judge Nicholas A. Cipriani Family Court Building located at 1801 Vine Street. The building currently houses the Family Division of the Court … Continue reading →
*Guest column provided by the City of Philadelphia: This summer, the Pennsylvania Legislature passed legislation extending local permits and approvals set to expire between January 1, 2009 and July 1, 2013 until July 1, 2016.
On July 12, 2012 Spectrum Health Services (SHS) celebrated the groundbreaking of a $14 million health facility in West Philadelphia. The 36,000 square foot facility located at 52nd and Haverford Avenue will be the new Haddington Health Center, and is … Continue reading →
On July 2, 2012, Pennsylvania became the 30th state in the country to offer a state historic tax credit when Governor Tom Corbett signed the FY 2013 Commonwealth Budget and established the Historic Preservation Incentive Act.
Philadelphia’s economic strength lies in the diversity and innovation of its people, its institutions, and its business community. That’s why PIDC works with businesses, non-profits, and developers in all market sectors and neighborhoods to provide financing and real estate resources … Continue reading →