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Look inside DramaFever’s new Center City engineering office

The team moved from Narberth to Center City because they wanted to tap into Philly's talent pool.

DramaFever's engineering team in the company's new Center City office. (Courtesy photo)

The migration from the suburbs continues.
The Philly-based team of DramaFever, the venture-backed New York City video streaming site, has more than doubled since early 2014.
That’s why the company shut down its Narberth office and moved into a 10,000-square-foot space in Center City on the sixth floor of 1717 Arch St.
“We decided to move because we are growing fast, we love the talent pool in Philly and decided to invest in a larger office here,” said CTO Darrel Herbst, who lives in Narberth and built his team in the area.
The company employs 110, with 29 in Philly.
Check out photos of their new space, which bucks the open floor plan/hardwood floor/high ceilings trend. One cool perk: They have a kegerator of HubBub cold-brew coffee.

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Companies: DramaFever

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