The Port Richmond Industrial Development Enterprise, PRIDE, is the first urban industrial park in the commonwealth of Pennsylvania. As a proud member of the Manufacturing Alliance of Philadelphia PRIDE’s mission is to strengthen the business environment of the area by focusing on improving security, cleanliness, infrastructure and relationships between businesses and their residential neighbors.
WELCOME to P.R.I.D.E
To strengthen the business environment of the district by focusing on improving security, cleanliness, infrastructure, and relationships between businesses and their residential neighbors.
We envision a balanced community where local manufacturing supplies jobs for neighboring residents who are proud of the community where they are able to live in safety and comfort.
PRIDE Core Values
Community – Bridging community and business needs together
Excellence through diversity
Integrity – sincere and uncompromising in doing the right thing
Accountability – Ownership and delivery on our commitment
Historic Port Richmond
3525 Amber Street,
Philadelphia, PA 19134
Port Richmond, originally the name of a tract of land in the township of Northern Liberties, adjoining the Delaware north of Ball Town and south of Point-No-Point. It was incorporated as a district on February 27, 1847. It extended along the Delaware River to a point some distance northwest of the upper end of Petty's Island; then northwest nearly to the point where Frankford Creek makes its most southerly bend; thence southerly bend; thence southwest to Westmoreland Street; northwest along the same to Emerald Street; southwest along the latter to a lane running from Frankford Turnpike to Nicetown Lane; along Frankford Turnpike to the north boundary of Kensington, and down the same to Gunners' Run, and along that stream to the Delaware River. The area was 1163 acres.