Avenue of Technology (Philadelphia)
This article is about the city designated neighborhood district. For the road, see Market Street (Philadelphia)
|Avenue of Technology|
|Neighborhood of Philadelphia|
University City Science Center on the Avenue of Technology
|Area code(s)||Area code 215|
Avenue of Technology is a city designated technology-based district on a segment of Market Street in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The area is known for being the "portal of technology" of the city that includes the University City Science Center and Drexel University. The area was originally dedicated by the mayor Ed Rendell with street plates acknowledging this section of road with turquoise signs.
- Market Street (Philadelphia)
- Avenue of the Arts (Philadelphia), also designated by former Mayor Ed Rendell
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- "Avenue of Technology Works on Role A: "Portal of Technology". Building Will Be A Central Feature of the Market Street Corridor".
- "Art Along the Avenue of Technology". Archived from the original on 2015-06-02.
- "Tour: Avenue of Technology".