PIDC SVP Prema Gupta Receives CREW Award

by Navy Yard
January 25, 2019

Categories: Awards,

Prema Gupta, PIDC’s Senior Vice President of Navy Yard Planning and Real Estate Development, was recognized by CREW Philadelphia as one of 20 Women Changing the Philadelphia Landscape.

In celebration of the 20th CREW Philadelphia Luncheon, each women selected was honored for significantly contributed to the growth of the Philadelphia. Each woman represented the past, present and future impact on the Philadelphia Region, coming from all sectors that contribute to CREW’s membership base: architecture, engineering, construction, banking, legal, owners and leadership.

As Senior Vice President of Navy Yard Planning and Real Estate Development, Prema leads the team that manages all aspects of property planning, leasing, real estate development, operations, marketing and communications for PIDC at the Navy Yard.

Previously, Prema ran the Planning and Economic Development team at University City District, where she was responsible for the execution of several prominent civic real estate projects, including The Porch at 30th Street Station. Raised in Connecticut, Prema is a graduate of Bowdoin College and the University Of Pennsylvania School Of Design. She currently lives in Philadelphia’s West Mount Airy neighborhood with her husband and her two children.

20 Women Changing the Philadelphia Honorees:

  1. Anne Cummins – Liberty Property Trust
  2. Anne Fadullon – City of Philadelphia
  3. Anne Papageorge – University of Pennsylvania
  4. Chellie Cameron – PHL
  5. Emily Bittenbender – Bittenbender Construction
  6. Fon Wang – Ballinger
  7. Hether Smith – Savills Studley
  8. Jane Golden – Mural Arts Philadelphia
  9. Joan Rosoff – White and Williams, LP
  10. Joan Waters – Cofco
  11. JoAnn Magnatta – Main Line Health
  12. Leslie Richards – PennDot
  13. Maria Gonzales – Hispanic Association of Contractors and Enterprises
  14. Maura Hesdon – Shoemaker Construction
  15. Prema Gupta – PIDC
  16. Sarah Peck – Progressive Housing Ventures
  17. Shari Reams – PNC Bank
  18. Mary Scullion – Project HOME
  19. Suzanne Mayes – Cozen O’Conner
  20. Tiffany Millner – ACE Mentorship Program