Construction Update: Three Crescent Drive Parking Deck

In March 2017, Jefferson Health, Liberty Property Trust, and Synterra Partners announced plans for expanded services offered by Jefferson at the Navy Yard, by leasing additional space to open a 70,000-plus square-foot facility at Three Crescent Drive by early to mid-2018. Jefferson’s vision for the Navy Yard is to create a consumer-oriented healthcare destination located

Throwback Thursday: Quarters A

Just west of the Navy Yard Broad Street entrance is Quarters A, the Navy Yard’s oldest building.  Built in 1874, it is a three-story, Italian Villa-style, white painted brick house for the Navy Yard’s civil engineer. From this building, the Navy civil engineer directed the dredging of the Reserve Basin in League Island’s back channel

Navy Yard Running Club: Member Highlight

The Navy Yard Running Club (NYRC) is a diverse group of people who meet once a week for a run around the Navy Yard. The running club welcomes runners of all levels, and is made up of a mix of Navy Yard employees, neighbors from South Philly, and beyond! NYRC is led by dedicated volunteers

Throwback Thursday: The Chapel at the Navy Yard

Built in 1942, and resting in the core of the Navy Yard Historic District, the Chapel is a fitting place to honor the memory and promote the legacy of four of the nation’s most revered brothers in arms.

Throwback Thursday: Buses + Shuttles

Traveling to the Navy Yard has always come in many forms: driving,  carpooling, motorcycling, biking, walking, using taxis, carshares and rideshares, and even skateboarding! Using a bus or shuttle has long been a great source of transportation for the Navy Yard community and it’s many employees throughout the years.

Throwback Thursday: Dry Docks

Established in 1871, the Philadelphia Naval Shipyard (PNSY) was a place of production and innovation where naval vessels were constructed, repaired, and maintained in one of five dry docks. 

Community Solar Coming to the Navy Yard

PIDC, Philadelphia’s public-private economic development corporation, today announced the start of construction on the first phase of a community-shared solar power project at the Navy Yard. The initial installation includes 1,295 solar panels on a rooftop in the Navy Yard and will provide a total of 440kW system capacity for the district. The Navy Yard