Comcast unveils city’s new tallest building with coffee bar, full-floor gym and open work spaces.

September 20, 2018

The entrance to the new Comcast Technology Center in Center City Philadelphia.

By Staff

Comcast Corp. opened the doors to its new high-rise in Center City on Thursday and it smelled just like a new car.

Calling it a “sneak peak,” chief executive Brian Roberts gave the first tour of the $1.5 billion Comcast Technology Center, taking the whisking Swiss-designed elevators to several floors of the city’s tallest building, pointing out the commissioned art with Philadelphia ties adorning the walls, standing desks for employees, local chef Greg Vernick’s coffee bar in the public lobby (not open to the public yet), and a 200-foot herb green wall along glass windows in the two-story company cafeteria with seating for 900.

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