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Comcast Innovation and Technology Center

Comcast Innovation and Technology Center
The Comcast Innovation and Technology Center under construction in Autumn 2015
General information
Status Under construction
Type Hotel, restaurant, office, parking garage, retail
Location 1800 Arch Street, Philadelphia Pennsylvania, United States
Estimated completion Q1 2018
Cost US$1.2 billion
Owner Comcast, Liberty Property Trust
Height 1,121 feet (342 m)
Technical details
Floor count 59
Design and construction
Architect Lord Norman Foster
Developer Liberty Property Trust

Comcast Innovation and Technology Center is a skyscraper under construction in Philadelphia.[1] The 59 floor building, with a height of 1,121 feet (342 m), will be the eighth-tallest building in the Western Hemisphere (all eight are in the United States), and the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere outside of Manhattan and Chicago (and therefore the tallest building in Pennsylvania). It is adjacent to the Comcast Center, the headquarters of Comcast.[2]


  • Design 1
  • Use 2
  • Floors 3
  • See also 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6


The architect is Lord Norman Foster,[3][4][5] with interior design by Gensler.[6]


On a clear day from the top roof an individual will be able to see 80 miles. It would consist primarily of office and hotel space but would also include at least three TV studios, a retail mall, a parking garage on the lower levels, and a top-floor restaurant. The entire project consists of over 1,500,000 square feet (140,000 m2). The property will be co-owned by Comcast and Liberty Property Trust, and has an estimated cost of $1.2 billion.

It was also announced that NBC10 Philadelphia and Telemundo Philadelphia will move from Bala Cynwyd to occupy floors and three television studios in the building.[7]


12–14: NBC10 and Telemundo62[8]

See also


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External links

  • Comcast press release
  • NBC Philadelphia's construction webcam

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