Cycle September is back at the Navy Yard!

The Navy Yard is excited to join Clean Air Council, Bicycle Coalition and Indego for Philadelphia’s Cycle September Bike Challenge. Starting September 1st, Navy Yard employees and visitors can compete for great prizes, including a new Charge e-bike, by simply riding a bike. Logging your rides and encouraging your coworkers and friends to join in

The Navy Yard Launches its Pilot Workforce Development Program

With a generous $1.5 million grant from the JPMorgan Chase, PIDC is thrilled to officially launch its pilot workforce program in collaboration with University City District (UCD) and the West Philadelphia Skills Initiative (WPSI) and Temple University. Together, we will partner to build a place-based network of employer-driven workforce programs in West, North, and South Philadelphia. These

PIDC Selects Navy Yard Development Partner

Renderings available HERE. PIDC, Philadelphia’s public-private economic development corporation, has selected a team comprised of Ensemble Real Estate Investments and Mosaic Development Partners as its development partner for 109 acres at the Philadelphia Navy Yard. Selection of the Ensemble/Mosaic team is the culmination of a year-long competitive process that attracted interest from more than 35

PIDC Embarks on the Navy Yard Connected Community Plan and Wants Your Input

PIDC is excited to announce the embarkment on the next chapter of development for the Navy Yard’s future. PIDC and its consultant, AECOM, will collaborate with everyone in the Philadelphia community – including you! – to develop the Navy Yard Connected Community Plan, a strategic plan that will connect businesses, employees, visitors, and future residents

Welcome Half Mad Honey with New Apiary

To further our place in Philadelphia’s ecological environment, we are pleased to announce that Half Mad Honey chose the Navy Yard as the site for its second apiary. The founders Amelia Mraz and Natasha Pham are the beekeepers behind this organization. Their overall goal is to empower people with mental illness through the therapeutic realm

Cool Jobs at the Navy Yard: Michael Giuliante’s 50th-Year Edition

The Navy Yard, home to 15,000 employees working at 170 companies, is full of awesome people doing great things. Each person here has a cool job with a unique story! Meet Michael Giuliante, Site Operations Manager with DTE Philadelphia, who is celebrating 50 years at the Navy Yard this summer. Recently, we had a chance to chat

5 Facts to Celebrate Central Green’s 5-Year Anniversary

Five years ago today, we celebrated the grand opening of Central Green. Half a decade later, Central Green has become a treasured space for many in Philadelphia – from its design, amenities, programming, and awards, you can’t help but fall in love with Central Green. Here are five facts you may not know about Central

Two Food & Drink Workshops from Navy Yard Businesses!

We partnered with two of our most unique fooderies to offer virtual opportunities to watch, learn, create, & enjoy some of the best food & drink the Navy Yard has to offer. Heat up the online oven and get behind the virtual bar for Mercer Cafe’s pizza making workshop and Bar Amis’ summer cocktail demonstration.

Four Smoothie Making Workshops Designed to Boost Immunity, De-stress, & Energize!

In a time of uncertainty, high-stress, fear, and concern, we partnered with Caroline McGuire, Registered Nutritionist for Vincera Institute and owner of the Galley Cafe, to create a series of healthy and mood boosting smoothie workshops. 1. Virtual Sunshine Immunity Smoothie Workshop Watch the workshop here!  2. Virtual Energizer Limeade Smoothie Workshop Watch the workshop

Every day is Earth Day at the Navy Yard!

Today, the Navy Yard is a catalyst for innovation in the region and a national model for sustainability. Our assets and infrastructure make it a uniquely attractive place for businesses, with an emphasis on development, energy efficiency, and sustainability. We offer the region’s most densely populated collections of privately-owned LEED-certified buildings, a 35-megawatt unregulated electric