Posts Tagged ‘Comcast Center’

And Liberty For All

And Liberty For All

November 27, 2015  |  Photography

Sure, City Hall has its wee observation deck with its 15-minute window for viewing. And the skyline view from the 33rd floor of the Loews is the worst-kept secret in town. But with its opening at One Liberty Place on Saturday, Philadelphia gets its first grown-up observation deck > more

Innovation & Technology: Foster On Process And Influence At New Comcast Tower

Innovation & Technology: Foster On Process And Influence At New Comcast Tower

June 10, 2015  |  Architecture

As it rises out of the construction site at 18th and Arch Streets, the Comcast Innovation & Technology Center will lead the Philly skyline into the future as the city's new tallest building. Last night its architect, Lord Norman Foster, spoke of his process and influences as he accepted the 2015 Louis I. Kahn Memorial Award > more

Talking CITC, Process, With Liberty Property's John Gattuso

Talking CITC, Process, With Liberty Property’s John Gattuso

January 17, 2014  |  Development

This week's announcement of the Comcast Innovation & Technology Center promises a major, major change to Philadelphia's skyline. Hidden City Daily co-editor (and Philly Skyline founder) Brad Maule sat down with Liberty Property Trust's John Gattuso this week to talk process, technology, and teamwork > more

At Last, Foster's Comcast Design Revealed

At Last, Foster’s Comcast Design Revealed

January 15, 2014  |  Architecture

The day after a federal appeals court overturned Net Neutrality, giving the upper hand to content control to service providers like Comcast, Comcast announced through its NBC 10 affiliate the coming of the Comcast Technology and Innovation Center, the next phase of the Comcast Center complex > more

A Foster For Philadelphia

A Foster For Philadelphia

September 10, 2013  |  Architecture

The details of what Liberty Property Trust have planned for Comcast are buried under rumors, but one thing is for certain: London's Foster + Partners will bring its name to the Philly skyline > more