Perelman Center for Jewish Life

Designed by renowned architect Stanley Saitowitz, Drexel University’s Perelman Center for Jewish Life at 118 N. 34th Street is nearing completion.  One of the many allegorical features of the building is the oculus:





Korman Center Expansion

Drexel University broke ground last week on an expansion of the Korman Center and renovation of the Korman Quadrangle.  The project will provide new student engagement space similar to the space next door in Gerri C. LeBow Hall, looking out on a newly renovated Korman Quadrangle designed to harmonize with Perelman Plaza, and putting the woods back into Woodland Walk:

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Drexel’s Newest Tower Crane

Towering above the construction site at 3201 Race Street is Drexel’s newest crane.  The project, a mixed-use residential and child care facility, is being developed by the Radnor Property Group in partnership with Drexel.  For the time being only the crane is visible.  By this time next year, the view from Center City will match the second image:


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