Comcast’s new, taller technology-focused tower in downtown Philadelphia appears to be right on schedule, with the company confirming a report that it expects to break ground on it within the next month.
“You’ll start to see activity,” Comcast senior vice president, administration, Karen Buchholz, who is playing a pivotal role on the massive project, told The Philadelphia Inquirer.
The paper noted that excavators will start by digging a 30-foot-deep hole for the building’s foundation, and that it’ll be more than a year before work reaches the above-the-street level.
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