Starbucks – Expanding Drexel’s Retail Dining Venues

Drexel University retained Charles Matsinger Associates (CMA) to fit out a new full-service Starbuck’s retail space in the LeBow College of Business Building. The 1,100 square foot fit-out took place alongside the new building’s construction, and involved careful documentation and coordination of standards and elements between the new building and Starbucks. The cafe, which seats…

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Wake Up and Vegetate

Drexel University is continually striving to provide innovative dining experiences for students by tailoring offerings to the student population.  To meet the demand of health conscious and vegetarian students, Drexel offers Vegetate.  Located within Chestnut Square, a dynamic hub of retail, residential, and academic life in the heart of the main campus, Vegetate is a vegetarian…

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Back to School for Thomas Jefferson University

Charles Matsinger Associates recently completed this 8 story renovation to the Martin Residence Hall at Thomas Jefferson University, located at 11th and Walnut streets in Philadelphia, PA. The university retained CMA to upgrade the student hub by giving it a modernized look and making the space more appealing to occupants. Student sleeping quarters, which occupy the…

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Drexel Market 16 & Noodle Bar Awarded for Excellence

Charles Matsinger Associates would like to congratulate long-standing client Drexel University on receiving the 2013 “Best in the Business” Campus C-Store Award from the National Association of College & University Food Services for their recently added Market 16 & Noodle Bar. Charles Matsinger Associates had the pleasure of working with Drexel in creating this Globally Inspired…

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A New Home for Drexel University Facilities Department

Charles Matsinger Associates and Drexel University combined efforts to design a contemporary office space for the relocation of the University Facilities, Planning Design & Construction, and Procurement Departments.  Once the headquarters and practice facility for the Philadelphia Boys Choir, the space was completely gutted and altered to accommodate its new occupants.