The real estate company SkyREM announced yesterday that the historic Quartermaster site in Philadelphia, once a Defense Department compound and major employer in South Philadelphia, will be converted into the Quartermaster Science + Technology Park.
The real estate company stated that in addition to planned restaurants, a hotel, and other amenities, the $250 million mixed-use commercial redevelopment will include wet and dry lab space for both life science startups and established companies to conduct full-scale research and development, and bio-manufacturing.
You can read the announcement via the below link:
Historic Quartermaster Campus to Convert to the Quartermaster Science + Technology Park (prnewswire.com)
Above and below are illustrations of what the Quartermaster will look like in the future, according to the real estate company.
You can read about the old Quartermaster via the below links:
Paul Davis On Crime: The Philadelphia Quartermaster Revisited
Paul Davis On Crime: A Look Back At The Multi-Million Dollar Defense Contract Fraud and Bribery Case At The Philadelphia Quartermaster
Paul Davis On Crime: Connecting the Dots at the Local Level: Fusion Centers Make Homeland Security a State, City and County Affair
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