With a name that means brotherly love, Philadelphia is setting out its stall for innovative new businesses. Targeting web and graphic designers, architects, software entrepreneurs, filmmakers and musicians, it is positioning the city as a center of the creative economy. Once a powerhouse of industrial strength – its early reputation grew out of railroad manufacturing and textile production – the economy is now largely service-based with established financial, healthcare, education, publishing, research and tourism sectors. Briefly the capital of the US during the 18th century, it also has links to central government. Many government branches are based in the city. Transport is excellent. With three interstate highways serving the city, extensive railroad links and an international airport, Philadelphia is well connected to the Boston-Washington DC megalopolis. There are four centers to choose from in Philadelphia with the Philadelphia Market Street center, the One Liberty Place center and the Two Logan Square center all based in downtown skyscrapers. The International Plaza center in Tinicum Township is close to Philadelphia International Airport. Each center provides all you need to start work including administrative support, hi-tech office equipment and a receptionist to greet your clients. Office space is customizable to your needs and budget, with space rentable for however long you need. You can even relocate to a different center if you need to without penalty. We have a range of sizes and types of meeting room including formal boardrooms in some centers. If your job dictates you work while out and about, our business lounges could be the perfect solution, with access to printers, scanners and photocopiers as well as free Wi-Fi.