The Comcast Center 3.0 rating

  Landmarks

The 975 feet tall glass and steel building of the Comcast Center is Philadelphia's tallest skyscraper and the headquareters of the cable provider. The green building features a public plaza with a gorgeous fountain display, an eight-story light-flooded 'Winter Garden'? and an energy-saving 'glass curtain'? that wraps around the Comcast Center, allowing for a 360 degree view of Philadelphia's urban landscape. The building also has an 'Interactive Technology Lab' that is open to the public. Its biggest draw is the lobby, which has a massive 2,000 square feet high-definition LED screen which displays hyperreal computer-generated images and videos.

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About The Comcast Center

 Comcast Center, 1701 John F Kennedy Blvd, Philadelphia, PA 19103, USA

The Comcast Center and Nearby Attractions on Map

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Franklin Court

Franklin Court(1.9 km)
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Reading Terminal Market(0.8 km)
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Carpenter's Hall

Carpenter's Hall(1.9 km)
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The Comcast Center Tickets and Tours in Philadelphia

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