Leasing & Real Estate

Big or small. Global or startup.

The Navy Yard is a community of people and companies working alongside each other in an environment that is flexible, customizable, and often unconventional. These unique spaces come in varying heights, vintages, and floorplates; can accommodate business growth and expansion; and provide access to a large and talented regional workforce.

For Lease

Explore available properties to lease, including Class A executive offices and sun-filled waterfront suites in historic officer’s quarters. Leasable spaces at the Navy Yard range from micro-offices perfect for small startups to expansive corporate suites, and even include adaptable industrial buildings.

Available Properties

Development Opportunities

Companies seeking anything from iconic corporate headquarters to customizable R&D space unlike anything else in the region can participate in the continued growth of the Navy Yard. The Navy Yard can accomodate up to an additional 10 million square feet of development with a continued focus on creating unique spaces for employment.

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Long-Term Vision

The 2022 Navy Yard Plan charts the next 20 years of equitable growth at the Navy Yard, delivering an estimated 12,000 new jobs, 8.9 million square feet of new mixed-use development, and $6B of new investment.

Navy Yard Plan

Doing Business in Philadelphia

Philadelphia has the energy and amenities of a big city, yet maintains the close-knit feel of a small town thanks to its unique and walkable neighborhoods. Strategically located at the heart of the Northeast Corridor of the United States, it’s the second-largest city on the East Coast and a leader in developing and attracting top talent, with a regional workforce of 3 million.

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Financing & Incentives

Choosing the Navy Yard for your business makes financing opportunities and tax incentives available to qualified companies. PIDC, Philadelphia’s public-private economic development corporation and the Navy Yard’s master developer, works with the City of Philadelphia, the Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and others to develop and promote a comprehensive set of economic development tools and incentives, ranging from workforce training and recruiting support to streamlined permitting and planning processes.

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