Philadelphia-based Brandywine disclosed the transaction this week in a report on its quarterly financial performance, listing it among $459.3 million in property sales this year.
Where is the restaurant and those restaurant jobs? That was the question asked by protesters cited by police Thursday when they massed at the Aloft Hotel at Broad and Arch. They say the hotel is on tap to receive government money, but hasn't produced the promised positions.
Bristol joins Bensalem Township in announcing a bid for the Amazon campus.
Wisconsin's proposed $3 billion in tax breaks for Chinese electronics manufacturer Foxconn Technology Group to open a U.S. plant there served as a model in for Pennsylvania leaders in their discussions.
The 2300 Chestnut building is home to the headquarters of Saxbys Coffee LLC, in addition to the 16,000-square-foot Vanguard facility.
County and municipal officials presented two sites that they believe could serve as viable locations for the e-commerce giant: the sprawling Chester City waterfront and nearly 1 million square feet of open and redevelopable land in Middletown Township, seven miles away.
The King of Prussia Rail Coalition was formed to promote the extension after the release late last week of a draft report on the project's impact, an important early phase of development.
New Jersey plans to offer Amazon a package of incentives that include $7 billion in potential tax credits.
Students at the University of Pennsylvania's school are the latest group to try their hand at swaying Amazon to pick Philadelphia for its new corporate campus.
The 470,000-square-foot complex at 12th Street and Cecil B. Moore Avenue is to join the company's three-year-old View at Montgomery student-housing tower.
Kumas Homes is to address the East Passyunk Crossing Civic Association to seek support for zoning adjustments needed to permit the project.
Plans call for at least 179 apartment units and a 22,000-square-foot rock-climbing gym.
The First Judicial District of Pennsylvania departments will relocate to a 120,000-square-foot space at 714 Market St., beside the National Park Service's Declaration House at Seventh and Market Streets.
Three women got the pink slip after telling their company they were pregnant. That's illegal, a federal agency said in a lawsuit filed against the company.