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  • Urban Outfitters Receives 10-Year Tax Break for $200 Million Investment in Pennsylvania

    Urban Outfitters (URBN Inc.), a global retailer of clothing and decor that was founded in University City in 1970, is planning an unprecedented expansion of two of its production centers in the Philadelphia area. The $200 million investment announced recently by the company will result in a larger headquarters at Urban’s existing facility at the Philadelphia Navy Yard and a new, direct-to-customer fulfillment center in Gap, Lancaster County.

    Philadelphia 11 October 2013 18:17

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