Today PIDC joined with Mayor Michael A. Nutter to announce a range of investments in Philadelphia’s startups and entrepreneurs through Startup PHL, an initiative of the City of Philadelphia’s Commerce Department, PIDC, and First Round Capital to provide funding for … Continue reading →
Philadelphia is home to thousands of businesses that contribute to the success of its economy. Family owned businesses are a big part of that story and PIDC is an avid supporter at keeping them growing strong for generations to come.
This Request for Proposal from the City of Philadelphia Department of Commerce is to identify Philadelphia neighborhood-based organizations in need of gap financing for construction of commercial and the commercial portions of mixed-use development.
Continuing to advance his JOBS1st PA initiative, Governor Tom Corbett recently joined with Philadelphia Mayor Michael A. Nutter to announce that Dietz & Watson, a Philadelphia-based, fourth generation family-owned food manufacturer, will nearly double its footprint in the Tacony section … Continue reading →
The City of Philadelphia, through the Philadelphia Water Department (PWD) and PIDC, has created the Stormwater Management Incentives Program (SMIP) and the Greened Acre Retrofit Program (GARP) to offer incentives and assistance to non-residential PWD customers and contractors.
PIDC wants to connect with you, so we’ll have plenty of opportunities this summer for you to meet our staff. Make sure to tag us @PIDCphila on Twitter and Facebook in your photos and comments when you see us out … Continue reading →
On May 20, 2014, PIDC in partnership with Ballard Spahr, CohnReznic, PNC and Seawall Development Company will bring you an opportunity to learn more about the New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) program and how you can position your project to … Continue reading →