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Master Planning

  • Become most civically engaged university via neighborhood initiatives, such as those designed to create innovative health and educational partnerships and economic opportunities
  • Support diversity and inclusion in our business practices, vendor relationships and in master planning
  • Consider all Drexel campuses in master planning to promote unification as One University
  • Ensure space planning is academically driven to create bold new teaching, research, professional, clinical and creative work spaces
  • Establish a collaborative, consistent, transparent campus space allocation process
  • Undertake a public realm plan to connect campus precincts to each other and to the city, improve community spaces and make our campus more attractive and people-friendly
  • Build the Drexel / Amtrak gateway
  • Complete The Summit student housing, dining and retail complex at Lancaster Avenue and 34th Street with over 1,300 beds and 20,000 square feet of retail in partnership with American Campus Communities
  • Create mixed-use development at 32nd and Race streets featuring a 175-capacity childcare center, market-rate apartment housing, and attractive townhomes
  • Construct, with developer Hospitality 3, The Study at University City, a 212-room boutique hotel at 33rd and Chestnut streets