Philadelphia's Fast-Growing
LEED Platinum Corridor

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This gives University City
a whole new energy

Here is our vision — to create a corridor of commercial and
retail space certified LEED Platinum on Market Street between 38th
and 42nd. One that embraces and enriches the surrounding community,
creates local jobs, attracts organizations hungry for innovation and
talent. In all, six additional LEED Platinum office and retail buildings
are in the works.

The University
City section of
is buzzing with

This is a dynamic, fast-moving hub of innovation, entrepreneurial drive, science and tech, world-class universities and medical institutions. Of hip eateries, food trucks and farmers' markets. Of arts and culture; events and entertainment.

All of which make University City a magnet for smart, energetic young millennials eager for a fast-paced, culturally-rich environment from which to launch their quest to change the world. And who place a high value on working for companies that espouse the same ethos of corporate and environmental responsibility.

Even getting around is revolutionary
Biking is big here. Well-lit, dedicated bike lanes
filled with people sharing Indego bikes connect
University City to Center City and the Schuylkill River
Recreation Trail.

SEPTA's 40th Street Station connects with 30th
Street University City Station, Amtrak, SEPTA'S Regional Rail
service and Philadelphia International Airport (PHL).

3.0 University Place is the forefront of green building design in Philadelphia. Green office buildings are a smart choice in today’s business environment.

University Place Associates (UPA) is dedicated
to creating the finest quality, state of the art commercial
developments in a socially conscious and environmentally
responsible way.

By designing and constructing all its developments to achieve
LEED Platinum Certification from the United States Green Building Council,
UPA ensures each project will minimize its impact on the environment by reducing
energy use and efficiently incorporating renewable materials. The result of
these efforts is an integrated development that not only reduces the
tenant’s utility costs but also contributes to the health and vitality
of the tenants working within.