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Apple might not exist if Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak didn’t live in the same neighborhood.
Google might never have been born if Sergey Brin hadn’t given Larry Page his tour of Stanford.
Electricity wouldn’t quite be the same if Ben Franklin and his kite hadn’t ventured out into a lightning storm.
Innovation is a contact sport
uCity Square is the playing field.
Located in the heart of Philadelphia’s innovation district, uCity Square provides a place for entrepreneurs and experts to connect, collaborate and challenge one another.Learn More
A community fueled by connectivity
uCity Square is located in the University City neighborhood of Philadelphia. Home to universities, hospitals, game-changing companies, restaurants, and retail, University City is a center of activity for work, education, relaxation, recreation, and invention. Residents, employees, and students alike come together to form a growing hub in Philadelphia.Explore University City
uCity Square offers state-of-the-art laboratory, office, residential, mixed-use, and retail space for lease.
What’s Happening in uCity Square
Connect with other University City professionals every Wednesday morning for a pre-work run. Professionals from the biotech, pharma, and healthcare innovation fields meet at 7 a.m. at the sidewalk of 3001 Market Street.
Join WHYY and the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society (PHS) for a happy hour panel on creative approaches to public spaces and the partnerships fueling this trend.
The site of the now-demolished University City High School is currently fenced-in, filled with giant piles of dirt, wood chips, and gravel. A dozen or so dumpster containers and trailers sit off to one side, facing the rising 14-story tower at 3675 Market. For the most part, the large swath of land is a pretty bleak, […]