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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.
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New Creative Placemaking Initiative, LoLa 38, Brings Community Programming to Lower Lancaster Avenue
People’s Emergency Center [PEC], Wexford Science + Technology, the University City Science Center and Drexel University’s Lindy Institute for Urban Innovation officially announced today their collaborative project LoLa 38. LoLa 38 will bring short-term community programming to the former University City High School [UCHS] and United Bank sites along Lancaster Avenue, a historic commercial corridor serving a richly diverse series of neighborhoods in West Philadelphia. This project is supported by funding from the William Penn Foundation.
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.
Save the date for Bisnow’s 5th Annual Future of Center City conference on April 18, 2017, featuring an in-depth look at the booming University City neighborhood. Real estate and development professionals, including Joe Reagan, Senior Vice President of Development for Wexford Science + Technology, will take an in-depth look at University City.