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FMC Corporation to move HQ to 47-story University City building

The 253,000 square foot space will be called the FMC Tower at Cira Center South. It'll be home to FMC's 546 employees.

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Chemical manufacturer FMC Corporation will move its headquarters from Center City to a new 47-story skyscraper in University City in June 2016, according to a release.

The 253,000 square foot space will be called the FMC Tower at Cira Center South. It’ll be home to FMC’s 546 employees, the Inquirer reported. Read more on the Inquirer.

Brandywine Realty Trust, which built the Cira Centre, will build the FMC Tower.

FMC has been a big support of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education in the city, holding internal science supply drives for teachers and funding STEM teacher trainings.


Companies: FMC Corporation / Brandywine Realty Trust

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