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By Natalie Kostelni | Philadelphia Business Journal | November 22, 2017 When University City District was established 20 years ago, the West Philadelphia neighborhood was a much different version of itself. Like many parts of Philadelphia, it had suffered from urban decay and blight over the years as the city’s manufacturing base dwindled and residents […]
By Michelle Caffrey | December 1, 2017 | Philadelphia Business Journal Business incubation runs deep in the University City Science Center’s veins. President and CEO Stephen Tang would argue it pioneered the modern-day concept — the highest award in the business incubation space is named after Randall Whaley, the Science Center’s former president, for example — but […]
By Alex Tewfik | Philadelphia Magazine | December 7, 2017 We’ve been waiting for Danlu, the new Asian gastropub opening at 3601 Market Street, for over two years now. Patrick Feury and his partners Michael Wei, Henry Chu and Kenny Hung — the same crew behind Berwyn’s French-Asian restaurant, Nectar (“danlu” is Chinese for “nectar”) — went on a little research trip to Taiwan back in […]