Fiberlink, a mobile-device management company in Blue Bell with 250 employees, is opening a 30,000 sq.ft. Center City office, the Philadelphia Inquirer’s Joe DiStefano reported yesterday. The firm plans to move up to 140 workers to its Philadelphia office by 2013.
Mayor Michael Nutter says the city’s recent development projects have made Philly more of a business destination. DiStefano writes:
Nutter said the city is easier to sell in the past two years, because construction cranes have risen at Temple, Jefferson, the Buck Co.’s Chestnut Street apartments, hotels by the Convention Center and Penn, among other projects. [more]
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