Posts Categorized: Philadelphia office space

Mayor Parker is Considering More In-Office Days for City Workers to Boost Center City’s Recovery

Mayor Parker is Considering More In-Office Days for City Workers to Boost Center City's Recovery

Philadelphia City Hall, with its iconic oversized William Penn statue, symbolizes the city. The SEPTA station beneath connects the transit network, and Dilworth Park’s family-friendly attractions are popular among tourists and locals alike. However, the offices adjacent to this beloved Second Empire structure face significant challenges. Data reveals that among the six private-sector office buildings… Read more »

Philadelphia Office Property Trades Surpass $1 Billion in 2023 Despite Market Challenges

Philadelphia Office Property Trades Surpass $1 Billion in 2023 Despite Market Challenges

Despite the tumultuous fluctuations in the Philadelphia office market last year, resourceful developers, investors, and companies demonstrated resilience by engaging in office sales activities. Prior to 2020, office buildings were dominant, consistently commanding top prices in commercial real estate. However, the enduring impact of the pandemic disrupted this trend. As the future of in-person work… Read more »

Prominent Mixed-Use Space For Lease

1719 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Wolf Commercial Real Estate has been appointed as the leasing agent to market 1719 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The property has +/- 3,300 sqaure feet available for lease. 1719 Chestnut Street is ideal for retail or office users. The property has an open floor layout with three private offices, a conference room, and elevator access…. Read more »

First Class Office Sublease in Philadelphia

1760 MARKET STREET, PHILADELPHIA, PA

Wolf Commercial Real Estate has been appointed as the leasing agent to market 1760 Market Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 1760 Market Street is a Class ‘A’ office building that is available for sublease. Discover an available space of +/-5,636 SF with sublease information extending through April 30, 2029. 1760 Market is ideal for a professional services… Read more »

Raynes & Lawn Leaves Rittenhouse as Lubert-Adler Moves to the Battery

Raynes & Lawn to relocate office after 55 years as Lubert-Adler moves to Fishtown

The personal injury law firm, Raynes & Lawn, is bidding farewell to its 55-year home on Rittenhouse Square, opting to transition into space at 2400 Market St. currently occupied by Lubert-Adler, as the latter relocates its headquarters to The Battery in Fishtown. The move is scheduled for April 1. Raynes & Lawn will initially occupy… Read more »

Center City Office Building on Market, Signaling Potential Sales Trend

Center City office building hits market in what could be indicator for future sales

Amidst a slowdown in the office sales market, a boutique property in Philadelphia’s central business district is available for sale at a likely discounted price. The 15-story, 133,353-square-foot office building at 1760 Market St. is listed by owner Victor F. Keen, a retired tax attorney. While the listing lacks a specific price, industry estimates suggest… Read more »

Stradley Ronon Gives Back Office Space at One Commmerce

Stradley Ronon gives back 25% of its office space at One Commerce Square

Stradley Ronon Stevens & Young has exercised a lease option to relinquish one of the four floors it occupied at its long-standing headquarters in One Commerce Square. Effective January 1, the law firm downsized its space at the 2005 Market St. office building by 25%, reducing it from 92,000 square feet to 69,111. Co-Chairman Kevin… Read more »

Centre Square Negotiates Decrease in Property Tax Assessment

Centre Square negotiates $113M decrease in property tax assessment amid receivership

The owners of Centre Square have successfully negotiated with the city to reduce the property tax assessment on the challenged office complex by $113 million for the current year, while the two-building site remains in receivership with declining occupancy levels. The assessed value of this Center City property, initially set at $362.6 million, will undergo… Read more »

Dow Signs Largest Philly Office Lease

Dow Signs What May Be Philadelphia Market’s Largest Office Lease in More Than a Decade

David Werner Real Estate Investments has recently inked a substantial, long-term lease extension encompassing 800,000 square feet with Dow at its life sciences and office campus in Collegeville, Pennsylvania. This transaction stands out as one of the largest leases executed in the region in over a decade. Notably, it marks the most extensive office lease… Read more »