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The Woodlands, 4000 Woodland Ave.
An expansive contemporary addition compliments and incorporates the adaptive reuse of the circa 1925 Art Deco-style heritage bank building at the corner of 36th and Walnut streets.
Even on an urban campus, there are numerous places to coax food from the soil. From the Penn Student Garden on Spruce Street to the Penn Park Orchard, Facilities and Real Estate Services staff are expanding opportunities for the community to interact with an edible landscape.
The 50,000-square-foot Bookstore, last updated in 2013, is completing renovations, including a revamped café, new escalators and stairs, and a food-and-drink marketplace.
A summer’s worth of renovations have brought revamped restaurants, a more comfortable and convenient atmosphere, and extended hours to Houston Market.
Wood’s hard work and compassion for her counterparts and Penn’s neighbors earned her a 2018 Pillar of Excellence Award for outstanding weekly-paid staff achievement.
The Pavilion at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania is rising as a towering example of the value of behavioral research in health-care building design.
The planned building expansion for the Graduate School of Education adds more than just space: It brings a new approach to building design to accommodate new technologies and spaces for collaboration.
The University utilizes the 68 working days between Commencement and Move-in for construction projects big and small.
Community garden coordinator Lila Bhide and Penn Park Orchard intern Cole Jadrosich of Facilities and Real Estate Services offer suggestions for creating a thriving, edible, urban garden.
Josh Sevin, who took over as president and CEO of International House Philadelphia in May, discusses plans for the nonprofit’s future.
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The Wharton School’s Susan Wachter spoke about changes in the real estate market. “All the growth in housing new sales is in the South, where housing is affordable,” said Wachter.
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