As Power Home Remodeling co-CEO Corey Schiller shared a stage with the Philadelphia Union’s ownership last Thursday, he pointed to the similarities between the organizations.
Both are young entities, still growing. Both put down roots in Chester. And both last week reiterated their desire to continue revitalizing Chester’s riverfront area.
“From now to the next five years and 10 years,” Schiller told the Daily Times, “I envision this entire place looking different, with shops and restaurants and things that can sort of accommodate everyday life, not just the games. And we’re committed to that.”