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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
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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
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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
Join CIC, the Science Center, Wexford Science + Technology, Ventas and a community fueled by collaboration as we celebrate the opening of 3675 Market Street. Get lost in the excitement and explore all that is possible in Philadelphia’s newest hub of discovery. Register here. 3675 Market Street | November 9 | 5 – 8 p.m.
PHILADELPHIA, PA — (July 26, 2018) – The University City Science Center announced today that Stephen Zarrilli will assume the role of President & Chief Executive Officer effective October 1, 2018. Mr. Zarrilli brings 35 years of experience from a variety of enterprises including public, private, venture-backed and non-profit both at the management and governance […]
The 4th installment of Quizzo hosted by Billy Penn will be all about Philly’s favorite football team, E-A-G-L-E-S! Fly on the road to quizzo victory! Featured drink special: Weyerbacher Dallas Sucks Location:PHS Pop Up Garden at uCity Square, 36th and Filbert Streets, Philadelphia, PA 19104 Fee:Free and open to the public