Philadelphia’s tallest building, the Comcast Center,
was unveiled in June 2008. At 975 feet, it’s one of the nation's tallest
green buildings. A statue of William Penn, Philadelphia's founding father, was once the tallest point
in Philadelphia until two towers — One and Two Liberty Place — were built in 1987 and
trumped William Penn’s place as the tallest point in the city. When the Comcast
Center was unveiled, William Penn was returned to his rightful place: the top. With
surprising results. Comcast’s David Cohen tells the story.
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