Comcast Corp. has decided the company will occupy its entire new building — the Comcast Innovation and Technology Center — that is under construction in Center City.
David L. Cohen, executive vice president of the Philadelphia cable company, said Comcast has expanded the amount of space it will occupy and will take all of the building's 1.28 million square feet of office space.
Cohen made the revelation at an annual commercial real estate forecast organized by the Philadelphia office of Newmark Grubb Knight Frank. He was the keynote speaker at the event held at the Union League.
Comcast's decision concerns just the office portion of the building. The 222-room Four Seasons space remains as planned.
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Comcast is the parent company of NBCUniversal