Monday, October 12, 2020

Kinetic Ceramics Relocating HQ to Spring House Innovation Park in Suburban Philadelphia

 Kinetic Ceramics is relocating its headquarters from Philadelphia's Navy Yard to the Spring House Innovation Park in Montgomery County.

The developer and manufacturer of piezoelectricity-driven systems inked a 10-year lease within the suburban Philadelphia multi-tenant business and research campus developed by MRA Group. Kinetic's headquarters new headquarters is located at 727 Norristown Road.

Kinetic Ceramics' CEO Robert A. Frantz III said in a statement that he began his search for a new office space as part of the company's expansion plan. He ultimately decided the Lower Gwynedd campus would be most suitable to attract and retain top talent.

"We found the accessibility of our new location and amenities at SHIP very appealing, but we placed tremendous value on the opportunity to grow in a state-of-the-art space customized to meet our unique needs while being positioned on a thriving campus with innovative neighbors," Frantz said in a statement.

Kinetic's new headquarters is scheduled to open next year.

The 133-acre Spring House Innovation Park comprises 11 buildings totaling 600,000 square feet. It is a BioLaunch611+Keystone Innovation Zone, a statewide initiative to foster life and technology innovation and entrepreneurship.

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