Perelman Center for Advanced Medicine, Raymond and Ruth Perelman.

Perelman Center for
Advanced Medicine,
Raymond and Ruth Perelman

Civic Center Blvd


Phase for South Tower:

Planning Strategy:
A state-of-the-art, outpatient facility adjacent to the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. In addition to providing access to world-class medical care for Philadelphia’s residents, the new center also improves the economic health of the city by creating new jobs.

CAM will house the University of Pennsylvania Health System’s Abramson Cancer Center, radiation oncology, cardiovascular medicine and an outpatient surgical pavilion.

A unique architectural feature of the building is the glass atrium at the core of the Center, admitting generous natural light and serving as a public gathering and organizing element.

Total Project Cost:

360,000 GSF


Perkins Eastman
Rafael Viñoly Architects PC


South Tower
The Perelman Center for Advanced Medicine's South Tower project consists of 8 levels above the Jordan Medical Education facility. This 200,000 SF expansion is designed to provide additional laboratory needs for the Center for Advanced Cellular Therapies (CACT) and the Sean Parker Institute; as well as clinical faculty office and administrative space for growing programs that support clinicians in areas of Cancer, Cardio Vascular, and Dermatology and the associated conference and faculty-focused spaces for Penn Medicine.

Total Project Cost:

203,000 SF

August 2016

Core & Shell = Rafael Viñoly Architects; Fitout = Cannon Design

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