Comcast Experience Opens a Window to the World

Aug. 21, 2009

Its tapered profile has been likened to a flash drive – and, certainly, Philadelphia’s newly constructed Comcast Center plugs into the wizardry of digital imagery with an acumen befitting its namesake tenant.

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