Sneak Peek: Inside the New Comcast Technology Center

Philadelphia's newest skyscraper, the Comcast Technology Center, is designed for some of Comcast's most forward-leaning technologists — but it uses natural elements, including live trees, organic interior finishes and floor-to-ceiling windows, to create a warm workspace built for collaboration. Here's a sneak peek inside.

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Inside the soaring lobby of the new Comcast Technology Center, where live trees and natural accents bring an organic feel to the company's new innovation hub.
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The Comcast Technology Center will house Comcast technologists, a new Four Seasons hotel and the new studios, newsroom and offices of NBC10 and Telemundo62.
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At 1,121 feet tall, the new 60-story Comcast Technology Center will be Philadelphia's tallest skyscraper, topping the Comcast Center. And yes, there is a small statue of Billy Penn at the top.
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Inside the new Comcast Technology Center, a two-story market will offer La Colombe coffee; chef-created, healthy fresh food; and locally sourced ingredients. The kitchen staff even grow fresh herbs in window boxes and then use them in the food.
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The market and all the floors of the new Comcast Technology Center are built to encourage collaboration among technologists and creators.
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Floor-to-ceiling windows bring in natural light to all the floors of the new Comcast Technology Center.
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The furnishings in the workspace of the new Comcast Technology Center are designed to foster creativity and flexible work.
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Technology on the workspace floors is supported by ergonomically designed furniture, including adjustable standing/sitting desks.
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The art inside the building includes pure Philly touches created by local artists.
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