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Old Posted Sep 22, 2016, 6:19 AM
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I'm so happy to hear that this will be one of the first skyscrapers to proceed within the uCity Square development! [/QUOTE]

Not that it matters that much, but I don't think this site is part of uCity Square. For some reason I think that name applies to the old UC high school and the new building planned for 37th and Market.

Has anyone ever heard what percentage of UCSC office/lab/other space is used by UPenn (schools and hospitals)? For some reason I would put my money on it being well over 50%. Everytime I'm in any of the bigger UCSC buildings nearly everything in them is Penn
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That Delaware River resident proposal has a better chance of becoming a reality than this building.
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That Delaware River resident proposal has a better chance of becoming a reality than this building.
I'd gladly take a bet against you on that.
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University City sites get Keystone Opportunity Zone extensions

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Two development sites in the University City neighborhood of Philadelphia have received 10-year extensions on a Keystone Opportunity Zone designation that had been scheduled to expire next year.

The parcels involve 3400 Market St. and 3800 Market St., which are part of the uCity Square mixed-use community that is being developed over the next decade between the University City Science Center and Wexford Science & Technology. The opportunity zones will now expire in December 2026.

Both 3400 Market and 3800 Market are in pre-development but are being marketed to tenants. The proposed building at 3400 Market will stand 16 stories and total 400,000 square feet of office and lab space while 3800 Market is a 19-story, 400,000-square-foot structure.
http://www.bizjournals.com/philadelp...t-wexford.html
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3800 Market just started soliciting leases about a week-and-a-half ago.

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http://www.loopnet.com/Listing/3800-...a-PA/13709995/
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I wish they would make some variations to the design of the building and cladding. It looks too similar to the other ones that recently gone up in the last few years.
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I wish they would make some variations to the design of the building and cladding. It looks too similar to the other ones that recently gone up in the last few years.
University City is starting to look like downtown DC. Not necessarily a bad thing, but a little more variation in height/cladding would be nice.
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