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Make The Move

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We are King of Prussia District. We are ready to help your business prosper in a community positioned for growth.

CEOs Get It

Seven new headquarters selected King of Prussia in the past three years:

 

Camber Spine Technologies
GeoBlue
Qlik

The American College of Financial Services
The Judge Group
Trilion Quality Systems
Vertex

 

QLIK RIBBON CUTTING

The Path is Clear for Economic Growth

King of Prussia is creating a more dense and walkable community through a number of large-scale development projects like The Village at Valley Forge, the ultimate live-work-play lifestyle center. Additionally, the proposed KOP Rail project will enhance talent attraction by connecting the region’s three largest employment centers: Center City, University City and King of Prussia.

KOP TOWN CENTER

The Space You Need to Grow

King of Prussia is home to the largest concentration of commercial office and industrial/flex properties in the Philadelphia suburban region. When companies come knocking, KOP answers. CSL Behring expanded to an office building redeveloped by Brandywine Realty Trust, while Workhorse Brewing Company completed a $9M+ HQ renovation project.

CSL BEHRING HEADQUARTERS

A Healthy Economy Has Arrived

In addition to the healthcare boom fueled by Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Main Line Health, Einstein and Rothman Orthopaedic Institute, job growth is up significantly across a broad spectrum of industries.

CHOP KING OF PRUSSIA CAMPUS

If You Build It, They Will Come

568 multi-family residential units have arrived in Moore Park, while 2,500+ multi-family units are in various stages of development at the Village at Valley Forge.

PARK SQUARE

It’s the Smart Move

Responding to increased enrollment and the need to replace a 50-year-old school, UMASD invested $64M in two new elementary (K-4) schools, each with a capacity of 525 students. Caley and Gulph Elementary Schools opened in September 2018 following a redistricting process that enabled the district to offer full-day kindergarten for the first time.

GULPH ELEMENTARY