FreedomPay Relocates Headquarters To FMC Tower In Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
According to Brandywine officials, FMC Tower is a progressively-designed, 725' Vertical Neighborhood, comprised of office, residential, hotel, restaurant, amenity, and elevated outdoor space.
"We are delighted with FreedomPay's decision to relocate its headquarters to University City and recognize it as yet another testament to the advantages offered by this location in terms of university collaboration and workforce development. These benefits, along with the incredible access to public transit and the amenity-rich urban environment, really establish a tremendous platform on which companies can plan long term growth," said Jerry Sweeney, President & CEO of Brandywine Realty Trust."
FreedomPay plans to move nearly 150 employees into its new Philadelphia corporate headquarters at FMC Tower, officials explained. The move enables FreedomPay to tap into the region's growing high tech presence with the potential for co-ops and work study programs with area universities, and reinforces FreedomPay's commitment to delivering the most innovative technology solutions for today's complex global commerce market.
"We have been a client of Brandywine for many years and have been tracking the FMC Tower project. Our decision to move into Philadelphia is a vote of confidence for the city itself and our desire to become an integral part of Philadelphia's emerging tech presence," said Tom Durovsik, Founder and CEO at FreedomPay.
In addition to its new North American headquarters, FreedomPay maintains west coast operations in Las Vegas, Nevada and is rapidly expanding throughout the European Union, Latin America and Asia Pacific countries.
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