Lincoln National Corp. will move 400 jobs, including the chief executive’s, to Radnor from Center City, a spokeswoman for the financial-services company said yesterday.The company had been “looking for space that will meet our needs going forward . . . where people can interact a little more easily,” the spokeswoman, Laurel O’Brien, said. The corporate headquarters will remain in Philadelphia.
The move to 180,000 square feet of office space in the Radnor Financial Center will occur in phases into next year and will involve such functions as sales and finance.
“We still are very committed to the city,” O’Brien said.
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