We look forward to providing top-level service and experience to our new partner while continuing to raise the bar for meeting and event facilities nationwide.
PHILADELPHIA (PRWEB) October 22, 2008
CHF recently expanded its headquarters in Philadelphia to include a $20 million museum and conference space, which will be managed exclusively by The Hub. Management of the CHF Conference Center enables The Hub to offer clients a third location in Philadelphia; the other two facilities are located in the Cira Centre (2929 Arch St.) and The United Plaza Building (30 S. 17th St.).
"Our relationship with The Chemical Heritage Foundation has allowed us to further expand The Hub portfolio," states Bill Decker, Co-founder, President and Chief Operating Officer of The Hub. "We look forward to providing top-level service and experience to our new partner while continuing to raise the bar for meeting and event facilities nationwide."
Located at 315 Chestnut Street in the heart of Philadelphia's historic Old City neighborhood, the conference center accommodates meetings and events for 2 to 400 guests with its broad range of fully equipped, all-inclusive rooms. Similar to The Hub's two other facilities, the CHF Conference Center will feature world-class management and support services along with the sophisticated cuisine of Starr Events.
About The Hub
The Hub is the foremost destination for off-site corporate meetings and events, offering comfortable, stylish, convenient, private and reasonably priced meeting space, top-level service and exclusive catering by STARR Events. Built upon a foundation of corporate integrity, environmental awareness and social responsibility, The Hub is the first privately held LEED Silver Rated Meeting and Event Facility in the United States. For more information, visit http://www.thehub.com.
About The Chemical Heritage Foundation
The Chemical Heritage Foundation serves the chemical and molecular sciences community, and the public, by treasuring the past, educating the present and inspiring the future. The mission of CHF is to advance an understanding of the role of the chemical and molecular sciences in shaping society; maintain a world-class collection of materials that documents the history of the chemical and molecular sciences; and encourage research in its collections.