Newsletter - July 2016
Featured Projects

report conveying the importance of Eds and Meds as an Economic Engine for the City of Camden and the State of New Jersey. This report is the first in a series commissioned by RURCBOG to articulate the potential economic gains of its efforts at both a local and statewide level. 

RURCBOG is developing a Joint Health Sciences Center in which is expected to open in 2018. The new research and educational building  development highlights the board's commitment to create and sustain economic growth and civic engagement in the City of Camden and the State of New Jersey.

ESI prepared a report with the Economic League of Greater Philadelphia measuring the economic impact of the University City Science Center. 

ESI generated its annual Impact Study for Visit Philadelphia, to report the latest trends and changes in tourist activity in the area.
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Upcoming Events 

Previous Highlights
  • 6/9: ESI President Stephen Mullin wrote a an article in the Philadelphia Business Journal highlighting the old glory of the City of Philadelphia.
  • 6/21: Stephen Mullin met with Chinese delegates from Hubei province to encourage the establishment of Business relations.
Check out some of our blog posts from June: 
Econsult Solutions Advisory Board   
Industry News                            Client Spotlight
  • A new study shows Philadelphia is the "Perfect City" for millennials. 
  • ISSUU Article by ESI Directors and Principal addressing the Economic Impact of Commerical Construction in Philadelphia. 
  • Penn IUR publishes a paper, co-authored by ESI President Richard Voith, on the changes in today's cities and suburbs. 


We are pleased to announce an exciting job opportunity related to one of our projects, the Wilmington Neighborhood Conservancy Land Bank (WNCLB). 
WNCLB is a single purpose entity that facilitates the transition of problem parcels into productive use in Wilmington, DE.

For more information, click  here .
We've Moved!

ESI has a new address! We have moved to
1435 Walnut Street, 4th Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19102.
If you're in the neighborhood, come by, tour our new office and meet our new staff.