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Evolve IP Corporate Center Named Latest Chester County Keystone Innovation Zone
Posted on Thu, Jun. 8, 2010 - cckiz.org

HAVERFORD, Pa.—June, 2010—GPX Realty Partners, L.P. announced today that Evolve IP Corporate Center has been added to the Chester County Keystone Innovation Zone (KIZ). The Chester County KIZ is a powerful initiative that is aligning the area’s best resources to support growing life science, biotechnology, information technology, and energy companies.

High-tech innovation zone expands
Posted on Thu, Jun. 8, 2010 - dailylocal.com By BRIAN McCULLOUGH, Staff Writer

West Chester University, Cheyney University, the Franklin Commons education and enterprise facility in Phoenixville, and Tredyffrin’s Evolve IP Corporate Center are now participants in the KIZ, a program that supports young life science, biotechnology and information technology companies in the county

GPX Enterprises and Evolve IP host the Honorable David M. Walker,
President and CEO of the Peter G. Peterson Foundation

Posted on Thu, Jun. 17, 2010 - Philly.com By Joseph N. DiStefano

David Walker, who warned Congress against spending more money than it collects from U.S. taxpayers while he headed the Government Accountability Office under Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush, is in Philadelphia this week on a national tour pushing new restrictions on Social Security and Medicare eligibility, and higher payroll taxes, at least for the rich.

Raised Floors: Are They Still Practical?
Christopher Canale, Vice President of Operations, GPX Realty Partners, L.P.
Posted on April 2010 - Processor Magazine and Website Vol.32 Issue 8

Once a go-to element of nearly every architect’s arsenal, raised floors now raise concerns for organizations looking to build or renovate data centers. Are these floors really more energy efficient than standard floors? Is the maintenance worth the cost and effort? Do they solve the challenges around cable management better than other solutions?

2010 Facilities Management Forecast
Christopher Canale, Vice President of Operations, GPX Realty Partners, L.P.
Posted on February 2010 - Lowes For Pros, Lowes Commercial Services

In 2009, few things were as ubiquitous as the economy, which was omnipresent in conversations, news reports and even on Internet search engines. And if you believe the latter—Google reported in December that the most popular economic search term of 2009 was “crisis”—the news wasn’t at all good. In 2010, the economy’s influence promises to persist—especially in the facilities management profession. “The big thing that’s driving facilities right now is the economy,” says Christopher Canale, vice president of operations for GPX Realty Partners, a Philadelphia- An upswing in the construction industry will make 2010 a strong year for facility managers.

Green construction doesn't have to be LEED-certified to reduce costs

Christopher Canale, Vice President of Operations, GPX Realty Partners, L.P.
Posted on Monday 11th January 2010

Incorporating green elements into office construction is a simple and eco-conscious way to reduce costs, both for the developer and owner of office properties, as well as potential tenants. While it may be an additional cost upfront, the benefits are numerous and include reduced energy bills for both landlords and tenants, doing right by the environment, and a long-term return on infrastructure. Most importantly, owners that have green- or Energy Star-certified buildings in their portfolio can generate approximately 8.5% higher rents on average..... Article posted originally at www.greenandsave.com