Daktronics to Light up East Market in Philadelphia with Curved Displays

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National Real Estate Development has partnered with Daktronics of Brookings, Soth Dakota, to create an engaging digital experience in downtown Philadelphia.

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East Market, Philadelphia’s mixed-use project currently in development between 11th and 12th, Market and Chestnut Streets will bring branding and advertising messages to the area in early 2017 when it installs the four Daktronics displays over 5,000 square feet with more than 4.6 million LEDs.

“East Market will serve as a major connector in the city. Located adjacent to the vibrant neighborhoods south of Market Street, the Convention Center and transportation links to the north, East Market will be both a destination and home for people in Philadelphia,” said Charles Norman, development manager at National Real Estate Development. “This block of Market Street is already among the busiest in the city and East Market will make it a lively hub for shopping, dining, living and working. Daktronics’ state-of-the-art technology will allow us to reach this around-the-clock market with advertising and public service content.”

“We are dedicated to providing our customers with communication solutions that create unique experiences people desire in any setting, from sidewalks to cityscapes,” said Jim Vasgaard, Daktronics national sales manager. “For nearly 50 years we’ve been researching and testing our technology right here in the United States, developing the high-quality products we’re known for. I’m confident this installation will be a testament to our product design and reliability while delivering an exciting video solution for East Market.”

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