Read about Hilco Redevelopment Partners’ (HRP) latest business transactions, redevelopment progress, and other company news.

Alexandria adopts ‘sustainability’ plan for mixed-use redevelopment of Potomac River Generating Station

Hilco Redevelopment Partners Hosts Site Tours of the former Potomac River Generating Station

Hilco Redevelopment Partners Announces Full Occupancy of HRP Mercer Logistics Park

Hilco Redevelopment Partners (HRP) today announced the completion of leasing at HRP Mercer Logistics Park, an 132-acre, 1.23 million square foot sustainably-built logistics hub located in the heart of the Northeast Corridor on the site of the former Mercer Generating Station.

Hilco Redevelopment Partners Celebrates Earth Day

To commemorate Earth Day 2023, employee volunteers from Hilco Redevelopment Partners (HRP), a national leader in transforming obsolete industrial sites into economic engines, partnered with community and environmental organizations to clean up and beautify local public spaces. HRP redevelops complex industrial properties in major U.S. cities through a holistic approach that prioritizes environmental, economic, and community sustainability.

Converted Crawford power plant is the kind of investment Latino communities need

Hilco Redevelopment Partners’ conversion of the former Crawford power plant into a vibrant and sustainable logistics hub in Little Village is an example of how to remake industrial corridors.

Union leader: Exchange55 in Little Village 'no better example of what success looks like'

The Lawndale Fleet Storage Yard is nearing completion, marking the end of Hilco Redevelopment Partners' (HRP) sustainable campus construction in Little Village.

Groups begin talks on Bellwether District community benefits

The developer of the Bellwether District project has kicked off negotiations with neighborhood groups over guaranteed benefits for the community.

The Bellwether District and Philadelphia Eagles Team Up to Celebrate Earth Day

In celebration of Earth Day, members of The Bellwether District, a Hilco Redevelopment Partners' (HRP) project, joined with the Philadelphia Eagles to award $75,000 to environmental nonprofits through the Touchdowns for Sustainability partnership. Former Eagles wide receiver Jason Avant and iconic Eagles mascot Swoop joined HRP CEO Roberto Perez to recognize local Sustainability Heroes for their contributions toward a cleaner Philadelphia.