Mayor Michael Nutter

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  • Axalta Gets Comfortable in South Philly

    A sizable and profitable CRE asset will soon rise at the Navy Yard.

    Philadelphia 12 September 2015 01:59
  • Iroko Moves into New HQ Building at Philadelphia’s Navy Yard

    Iroko Pharmaceuticals hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony, which was attended by Philadelphia Mayor Nutter, local officials and more than 150 attendees.. "Iroko represents a growing presence within Philadelphia and The Navy Yard's business landscape, and provides critical economic momentum to the region by triggering job growth at an important time," said Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter who attended the opening ceremony at the South Philadelphia site.

    Philadelphia 02 January 2013 17:33

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