Ken Fisher, a member of Cozen O'Connor's Business Law Department, shares his client's hopes for its new office space in a DNAInfo article. Adams European Contracting Inc., a family-run construction company, wants to build a nine-story office building with subsidized manufacturing space to attract working-class residents, as well as startups. The owners will be asking the city and the community for exemptions to current zoning codes in order to increase the size of the building so they can include amenities for office workers like a video game room, a shower area, and wine bar, Ken explained. "We're competing for talent," Ken said. "We think that the density will create a community in the building and will give it a sense of destination."
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