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The Philadelphia Inquirer

A quick glance at the two skyscraper designs that Brandywine Realty Trust plans to submit to Philadelphia’s design review board in September makes it clear that all the usual expectations have been tossed out the windows at Schuylkill Yards.

Reuters

The World’s Most Innovative Universities 2019

The University of Pennsylvania is the 4th most innovative university in Reuters' world rankings for the third consecutive year.

Technically Philly

Philadelphia is having its best year for VC deals since 2000

Philadelphia is having its best year for venture capital deals since 2000, surpassing $1 billion in deals for the year after only Q3.

Curbed Philadelphia

Gif shows Schuylkill River’s dramatic transformation

The skyline around 30th Street Station has changed a lot in the last 70 years, and will expand even further as striking new towers rise along JFK Blvd.

Drexel NOW

Drexel’s Charles D. Close School of Entrepreneurship Launches Three-Year Degree

Knowing more than 60% of millennials want to own a business and 49% are looking to start one within the next three years, Drexel has introduced an intensive three-year bachelor’s

The Philadelphia Tribune

PAU's JFK Towers will stagger over Philadelphia's Schuylkill Yards

PAU's JFK Towers will stagger over Philadelphia's Schuylkill Yards

Metropolis

Can Psychology Help Combat Anxiety in Crafting Welcoming Hospitality Spaces?

Walnut Street Café boasts great food within a beautiful, calming interior. That’s by design.

Philadelphia Magazine

Where to Watch The Eagles Game in Philadelphia

Catch kick-off of every Eagles game on Philadelphia’s largest HD outdoor screen at Cira Green.

The Philadelphia Inquirer

With Pentagon dollars, Drexel seeks to revive Philly’s vanished garment business

Engineers, designers, and other scholars are developing models & mass-production techniques for “smart textiles that emit, transmit, communicate, and actuate” at Drexel's $7 m

Philly’s design world adores the city’s first fire-engine red skyscraper

Brilliant red terracotta laces architect Vishaan Chakrabarti’s first Philadelphia skyscraper. He chose the fire-engine red material for a reason: It’s the next best thing to brick.