Welcome to Our Home
Founded by Ralph J. Roberts, Comcast is one of the world’s leading media and technology companies and has called Philadelphia home for more than 50 years. Our uniquely accessible, five-building urban campus hosts 9,000 of our nearly 200,000 workers and is an integral part of the dynamic community that surrounds it. Designed not only to shape the city skyline but also to reflect our corporate culture and our future-forward vision, our headquarters are where new ideas and innovations come to life. Here’s a glimpse at where some of the brightest minds are creating technology and experiences that connect millions to the moments that matter most to them.
In order for our workforce to think and work differently, we needed to create a space that fosters creativity and collaboration. At Comcast, inspiration begins the moment you step foot on our campus.
Brian L. Roberts
Comcast Chairman and CEO
A New Era
The opening of Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia at Comcast Center marks the completion of our new Comcast Technology Center. This extraordinary journey was captured in intimate detail by award-winning journalist James Andrew Miller. Please enjoy a digital version of our publication entitled 'A New Era.'
Our 58-story flagship, designed by architect Robert A.M. Stern Associates and developed by Liberty Property Trust, debuted as the tallest building in the city in June 2008. While Comcast has called Philadelphia home for more than five decades, the Comcast Center was the first workspace built specifically for the company’s corporate headquarters team—an environment reflective of the ever-evolving dynamics of our industry. Home to 3,500+ workers, it links to the Comcast Technology Center and Suburban Station via a pedestrian Connector on the Concourse level.Map Your Route
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COMCAST TECHNOLOGY CENTER
This is where you’ll find our technologists, engineers and software architects as well as world-class restaurants and the stunning Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia. Designed by architect Lord Norman Foster and Foster + Partners and developed by Liberty Property Trust, the 60-story skyscraper is home to 4,000 workers. The Comcast Technology Center eclipsed the Comcast Center in height when it opened in 2018 and is one of the tallest buildings in the United States today.Map Your Route
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Two Logan Square
Three Logan Square
Nearby buildings host our ever-expanding workforce, focusing on technology development for Comcast’s entertainment, WiFi and mobile products as well as customer support. If you have an upcoming meeting scheduled in one of these offices, please use the link below for directions.
Spanning three floors of the Comcast Technology Center, the dazzling new home of NBC10 and Telemundo62 is an 80,000-square-foot broadcast center and Philadelphia’s news epicenter. It features cutting-edge newsroom technology and energy-efficient design.Find Out More
RALPH J. ROBERTS FORUM
Ralph J. Roberts Forum
Named for our founder, the Ralph J. Roberts Forum is a two floor, 500-seat amphitheater located in the heart of the new Comcast Technology Center. With 56,000 square feet of production space and full broadcast capabilities, the Forum is a unique venue for our campus and our city. Since it opened, the Forum has been home to movie premieres, keynote speakers, talent panels, employee talks, book signings, mayoral debates and more. It is a wonderful opportunity for Comcast employees and our community to share their stories, be inspired, and collaborate.
Founder Ralph Roberts’ entrepreneurial spirit is evident in this new space for startups located in the Comcast Technology Center. LIFT Labs programs give tech entrepreneurs access to Comcast NBCUniversal’s renowned network of partners, brands and mentors to foster product innovation in connectivity, media and entertainment.Find Out More
A Sustainable and Accessible Workplace
We’re proud to say that the Comcast Center is LEED Gold certified, and the Comcast Technology Center is on track to achieve LEED Platinum certification—the highest sustainability designation.
Our campus is also accessible to meet the needs of all of our employees. Innovative design and programmatic initiatives ensure that spaces are as intuitive as possible.