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A New Beginning in Philadelphia

Hilco Redevelopment Partners (HRP) will begin a historic transformation of 1300 Acres within the city of Philadelphia. The former PES Oil Refinery located in Southwest Philadelphia will become a state of the art multi-modal logistics facility to move goods and services from all over the world.

It will become one of the largest and most important commercial hubs in the United States, creating thousands of new jobs and attracting world class businesses to Philadelphia. HRP Philly will spend hundreds of millions of dollars to remediate and transform what was once an environmental hazard into a green, sustainable development and an economic engine for all of Philadelphia.

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HRP is thrilled to be part of the Philadelphia community. We know Philadelphia wants reliable, permanent jobs and together we can bring these opportunities for the people of Philadelphia.

At HRP, we don’t just build in communities
we join them.

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HRP is creating a world-class multi-modal logistics hub in Southwest Philadelphia that will bring an environmentally responsible and economically revitalized future for the City.

For 150 years, the 1,300-acre site was occupied by an oil refinery. Now, a fresh vision for the site will be realized.

Sitting within a six-hour drive of one-third of the American population, this project will serve as an economic engine for the City and generate thousands of jobs for Philadelphians.

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HRP is in the business of transformation.

We transform environmentally-compromised sites by cleaning and remediating them to the highest possible environmental standards and by recycling as much material as possible.

Our team takes a comprehensive approach to redevelopment, which considers the whole lifecycle of the project--from remediation to construction.

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Hilco Redevelopment Partners Philadelphia News

Best Real Estate Deals of 2020: Industrial winners

Redeveloping former refinery sites and warehouses, these three projects are making their mark on Philadelphia's industrial spaces.

How Philly’s biggest 2020 real estate deal could create opportunities for Philly students

When Hilco Redevelopment Partners (HRP), a real estate investor that remediates obsolete industrial sites, bought the 1,300-acre former Philadelphia Energy Solutions refinery out of bankruptcy in June, all eyes were on the Chicago-based company.

Hilco Redevelopment Partners to Invest Hundreds of Millions of Dollars to Decommission, Demolish and Remediate the Former PES Refinery Site in Southwest Philadelphia

Hilco Redevelopment Partners (HRP) announced that the company will invest hundreds of millions of dollars to decommission, demolish and remediate the former PES Refinery site, a site that has been a source of pollution for more than 150 years. HRP, the real estate development unit of Hilco Global, remediates and redevelops complex and obsolete industrial properties in cities nationwide.

Administrator Wheeler Wraps Up Visit to Philadelphia

Administrator Andrew Wheeler wrapped up his trip to the greater Philadelphia area with a series of roundtables highlighting environmental restoration, economic redevelopment, and regulatory reform.

Hilco names operations chief for massive Philadelphia refinery redevelopment

Hilco Redevelopment Partners has named an operations head to help oversee its planned 1,300-acre transformation of the former Philadelphia Energy Solutions refinery site into an industrial and warehouse hub.

Hilco Redevelopment Partners Hires Jasmine E. Sessoms to Lead Corporate Affairs as Senior Vice President for the PES Redevelopment Project in Philadelphia

The Point Breeze native will handle community and government outreach as the company cleans up and redevelops the former PES refinery site.

Hilco closes on $225M PES refinery purchase, envisions up to 15 million square feet of new space

Hilco Redevelopment Partners acquired the former Philadelphia Energy Solutions refinery in South Philadelphia out of bankruptcy.