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Philly Office SpaceWolf Commercial Real Estate (WCRE), a full-service Philadelphia commercial real estate brokerage firm, specializes in representing Philly office space for buyers, tenants, investors and sellers throughout the Greater Philadelphia region.

Strategically located between New York City and Washington, D.C., and easily accessible via a major international airport, Amtrak’s north-south corridor and several major highways, Philadelphia office space offers global, national and regional companies a highly desirable location in which to conduct business.

As experts in Philadelphia commercial real estate services, the team at our Philly commercial real estate brokerage firm provides ongoing detailed information about Philadelphia office properties to our clients and prospects to help them achieve their real estate goals. At Wolf Commercial Real Estate, our Philadelphia commercial real estate services encompass the highest quality of service and proven expertise.

Philly Office Space Property Owner Representation

WCRE, a leading Philadelphia commercial real estate broker, helps owners of Philly office space for sale or lease put tenants or buyers in their properties through a defined marketing process that is tailored to each property and sub-market. Our proven marketing strategy is implemented by commercial real estate professionals who are experts in the Greater Philadelphia-area office markets, providing the unparalleled levels of Philadelphia Property Owner Representation. As a premier Philadelphia commercial real estate brokerage firm, we treat your Philadelphia office properties as if they were our own and work closely with you as part of our total commitment to client-focused relationships.

Philly Office Space Tenant Representation

For companies and individuals seeking to lease or acquire new Philly office space, Wolf Commercial Real Estate will identify the office space that best suits your needs, whether in the Greater Philadelphia area or anywhere in the country. Through our Philadelphia Tenant Representation services, we ensure that the sale or lease terms of the Philadelphia office space or any other new property are tailored to meet your goals. As a full-service Philly commercial real estate broker, we assist in the relocation analysis process from start to finish, facilitating a smooth transition into your new Philly office space and serving as your strategic partner invested in your long-term growth and success.

For more information about Philadelphia office space for sale or lease or about commercial properties for sale or lease elsewhere in the United States, please contact Jason Wolf (215-799-6900-office; 215-588-8800-cell; jason.wolf@wolfcre.com) at Wolf Commercial Real Estate, the premier Philly commercial real estate brokerage firm.

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Fully Approved Philly Medical Space for Sale or Lease

Wolf Commercial Real Estate, the leading Philly commercial real estate broker with experience in Philly commercial real estate listings and services, now has available fully approved, build-to-suit Philly medical space for sale or lease at 2201 East Allegheny Avenue Philadelphia PA.

The main building of this Philly medical space for sale or lease contains +/- 120,000 sf on five stories while the secondary building of this Philly medical office space for sale or lease has +/- 8,000 sf on one floor. The site of this Philly medical space for sale or lease at 2201 East Allegheny Avenue Philadelphia PA is on seven-plus acres.

Please call for the asking lease price or the asking sale price of this Philly medical space for sale or lease. This Philly medical space for sale or lease is being offered by Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a Philly commercial real estate brokerage firm that specializes in Philly commercial real estate listings and services.

Branding opportunities are available for this medical space in Philly at 2201 East Allegheny Avenue Philadelphia PA as this medical space for sale or lease in Philly is part of an overarching proposal to provide premier medical space for residents of Northeast Philadelphia. In addition, the new owner or tenant of this will receive a 10-year Philadelphia tax abatement for new construction.

This medical space for sale or lease in Philly is available through Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a Philly commercial real estate broker that specializes in Philly commercial real estate listings and services.

This medical space for sale or lease in Philly is less than a half-mile from the Allegheny Station of the SEPTA Regional Rail Line and this Philly medical office space for sale or lease is roughly that same distance away from Exit 25 of Interstate 95.

The site plans for this fully approved Philly medical office space for sale or lease offer ample parking opportunities for employees and patients. This medical space in Philly is in the Port Richmond section of Northeast Philadelphia, a neighborhood undergoing rapid gentrification development and is well positioned for future growth.

For more information about this Philly medical space for sale or lease at 2201 East Allegheny Avenue Philadelphia PA, or about any other Philly commercial properties for sale or lease, please contact Mitch Russell (215-799-6143; mitch.russell@wolfcre.com) at Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a leading Philly commercial real estate brokerage firm.

Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a full-service CORFAC International brokerage and advisory firm, is a premier Philly commercial real estate broker that provides a full range of Philly commercial real estate listings and services, property management services, and marketing commercial offices, medical properties, industrial properties, land properties, retail buildings and other Philly commercial properties for buyers, tenants, investors and sellers. Please visit our websites for a full listing of Philly commercial properties for sale or lease or sale through our Philly commercial real estate brokerage firm.

Imvax Picked the Iconic Curtis Building for its New HQ in Philadelphia

Imvax expected to host an event in April or May to unveil its new headquarters at The Curtis in the Old City section of Philadelphia, but the ongoing pandemic scuttled those plans.

“Covid-19 clearly got in the way,” said John Furey, the former Spark Therapeutics executive who was hired as CEO of Imvax last year. “Once we see the light at the end of the tunnel with all of this, we’ll do something” to show off the new space.

The company previously operated out of a small office in Chestnut Hill and took the 17,000 square feet of space at the iconic Curtis building to keep up with its expansion.

Imvax currently has a staff of 18 and expects to get to 25 by year’s end, Furey said, adding he expects that figure to double in 2021.

“We are in a rapid expansion mode,” he said.

Imvax was founded in 2015 Dr. David Andrews, a Thomas Jefferson University Hospital neurosurgeon; Craig Hooper, a professor in the department of cancer biology at Jefferson; Pete Corr, a former Pfizer executive; and journalist-turned-entrepreneur Arthur W. Howe IV.

The company has raised $152 million from investors since its inception.

Andrews, the company’s chief medical officer, has spent the past two decades leading a team of researchers and clinicians at Thomas Jefferson University working on an immunotherapy treatment for a rare and lethal type of brain cancer known as glioblastoma multiforme.

The treatment involves creating a tumor vaccine made from patients’ tumor cells, and combining it with what is known as an antisense molecule. The combination produces a personalized immune response that works in conjunction with the standard treatment for glioblastoma: surgery, chemotherapy and radiation.

Imvax posted positive interim results from early-stage testing that showed the vaccine, IGV-001, outperformed the standard of care treatment and produced prolonged overall survival and progression-free survival in patients with newly diagnosed glioblastoma multiforme.

Furey said the company expects to begin a mid-stage clinical trial of IGV-001 in newly diagnosed glioblastoma patients by the middle of next year. Imvax has an exclusive license agreement with Thomas Jefferson University granting it the right to develop and market the medical technology.

Furey said he was recruited to Imvax by Dr. Steven Altschuler, who was CEO of Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia when it spun out Spark Therapeutics in 2013. Altschuler is managing director for health care ventures at Ziff Capital Partners, one of Imvax’s investors.

This year, Imvax added Mark Exley as its chief scientific officer. He was previously vice president of cellular Immunology at AgenTus Therapeutics in Lexington, Massachusetts. Another new hire is Iphigenia Leonidou Koumenis, who joined ImVax as head of clinical operations in June. She was previously senior vice president of clinical operations at Wilmington-based Orsenix Inc.

Furey said the company will be adding staff in all areas including drug development, clinical operations and manufacturing. Imvax is finalizing plans to take another 3,000 square feet of adjacent space at The Curtis to expand its manufacturing capabilities at the site, he said.

The Curtis is located at 601 Walnut St. and owned by Keystone Property Group. The site once served as the headquarters for Curtis Publishing Co. and was where the Saturday Evening Post and a variety of other magazines were printed.

Key building features— such as reinforced floors that once supported larger printing presses, high ceilings and a structural design that allows venting to the roof — made it an ideal choice for an immunotherapy company conducting drug development research.

Scheer Partners, the specialty scientific real estate firm that recently opened a Philadelphia office, has a representation agreement with Keystone Property Group for The Curtis and is marketing the site to other life sciences companies. Robert Scheer said his firm is in negotiations with several prospective life sciences tenants, and expects to soon sign leases totaling upwards of 100,000 square feet of space in the building.

Imvax will act as an example when luring other biotech firms to the building, Scheer said.

Added Furey: “I wonder if Mr. Curtis could have imagined his building would be repurposed for this kind of next-generation technology.”

*Article Courtesy of Philadelphia Business Journal

For more information about Philadelphia office space for sale or lease in Philadelphia or about any other Philadelphia properties for sale or lease, please contact WCRE at 215-799-6900.

Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a full-service CORFAC International brokerage and advisory firm, is a premier  Philadelphia commercial real estate broker that provides a full range of Philadelphia commercial real estate listings and services, property management services, and marketing commercial offices, medical properties, industrial properties, land properties, retail buildings and other Philadelphia commercial properties for buyers, tenants, investors and sellers.

Please visit our websites for a full listing of Philadelphia commercial properties for lease or sale through our Philadelphia commercial real estate brokerage firm.

Rubenstein Partners ‘Pushing Ahead Full Steam’ with $50M Chesterbook Upgrades

Rubenstein Partners is moving forward with a $50 million repositioning of Chesterbrook, which is what the real estate company is now calling and branding the Tredyffrin business park it bought in the summer of 2019.

The Philadelphia real estate company has five of the 14 buildings totaling 1.1 million square feet it bought under some stage of construction and expects to soon begin work on another three buildings. Interior renovations will include upgrades to lobbies and common areas as well as HVAC systems and incorporating more touchless technology. Exterior renovations will involve improving facades of several entrances. A parking deck will also be built on a lot between 725 and 735 Chesterbrook Blvd.

“We’re pushing ahead full steam here,” said Lou Merlini, vice president of asset management at Rubenstein, which paid $148.5 million for the decades-old office park. “When the market gets uncertain, some people pull back on their plans. We believe in having the best product coming out of a period of uncertainty.”

Rubenstein has built its business strategy on acquiring office properties that need some interior or exterior work, or sometimes both, and many of the buildings it buys often have some vacancies that need to be backfilled.

In spite of companies not populating their offices with employees during the pandemic, many businesses are reevaluating their need for office space or the amount of square feet they currently have, leaving Rubenstein confident in the future of office space. It believes there will be a flight to quality post pandemic, which is what it experienced after the Great Recession.

When it comes to Chesterbrook, Rubenstein spent the last year completing local approvals and the design of the campus-wide transformation it has started to undertake. As it has with other properties it has purchased, Rubenstein not only looks at how it can physically change the real estate but also how to brand it.

In this case, what had been known as the Chesterbrook Corporate Center will now simply be Chesterbrook. The shorter, succinct name reflects the “overall vibe” of what Rubenstein is attempting to establish at Chesterbrook.

“We want to create a modern campus with a sense of place,” Merlini said. “Chesterbrook Corporate Center, over time, became buildings on parking lots. We want to have the buildings more integrated.”

The centerpiece to Rubenstein’s plans at Chesterbrook is converting a vacant, two-story, 40,000-square-foot building at 851 DuPortail Road into an amenity hub. The building will be totally renovated and reimagined. The first floor will have food, fitness and conference space and the upper floor flexible office space. The outside will have a variety of seating areas. It will be called “Circuit.”

“The idea is that every tenant in the park can feel tied back to this building,” Merlini said.

The last piece of the puzzle involves connecting the buildings with other elements in the park. To that end, new pathways will connect to existing trails and Wilson Farm Park, bicycle stations established and a shuttle service started. In addition, new signs and wayfinding will be incorporated throughout the campus.

The bulk of the work to the buildings is expected to be completed during the first half of next year and the amenity center is anticipated to be done by the end of next year.

When Rubenstein bought Chesterbrook, it was 80% occupied and the occupancy is expected to fall even more next year when AmerisourceBergen Corp. vacates 200,000 square feet and relocates to a new headquarters in Conshohocken.

The Philadelphia real estate company has chipped away at that vacancy. Over the summer, BNP Paribas leased 59,000 square feet at 735 Chesterbrook Blvd. The 84,000-square-foot building had once been occupied by Shire Pharmaceuticals, which it vacated along with 725 Chesterbrook Blvd. BNP will relocate out of 14,000 square feet at 555 Croton Road in King of Prussia.

*Article Courtesy of Philadelphia Business Journal

For more information about Philadelphia office space for sale or lease in Philadelphia or about any other Philadelphia properties for sale or lease, please contact WCRE at 215-799-6900.

Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a full-service CORFAC International brokerage and advisory firm, is a premier  Philadelphia commercial real estate broker that provides a full range of Philadelphia commercial real estate listings and services, property management services, and marketing commercial offices, medical properties, industrial properties, land properties, retail buildings and other Philadelphia commercial properties for buyers, tenants, investors and sellers.

Please visit our websites for a full listing of Philadelphia commercial properties for lease or sale through our Philadelphia commercial real estate brokerage firm.

$200M Office Project in Center City Gets Underway

It’s with little frequency Philadelphia experiences a ground breaking for a new office building let alone one in the middle of global pandemic but, in a city of firsts, that is what took place Monday morning along the western edge of the Central Business District.

Construction began for 2222 Market St., a $200 million office tower that will house the headquarters of law firm Morgan Lewis & Bockius. Last December, Morgan Lewis signed a 20-year lease for the development of what will be a 19-story, 305,000-square-foot building that the law firm will fully occupy.

The project is forward-looking. It looks to a future when companies and employees can safely return to their offices. It confirms the law firm’s commitment to its own future, and it’s a recognition of Philadelphia’s future.

The building will stand as a monument to Philadelphia’s spirit and confidence in what’s to come, said Sarah E. Bouchard, managing partner at Morgan Lewis’ Philadelphia office.

*Article Courtesy of Philadelphia Business Journal

For more information about Philadelphia office space for sale or lease in Philadelphia or about any other Philadelphia properties for sale or lease, please contact WCRE at 215-799-6900.

Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a full-service CORFAC International brokerage and advisory firm, is a premier  Philadelphia commercial real estate broker that provides a full range of Philadelphia commercial real estate listings and services, property management services, and marketing commercial offices, medical properties, industrial properties, land properties, retail buildings and other Philadelphia commercial properties for buyers, tenants, investors and sellers.

Please visit our websites for a full listing of Philadelphia commercial properties for lease or sale through our  Philadelphia commercial real estate brokerage firm.

Ensemble buys more buildings at Philadelphia Navy Yard for $83M

 

Ensemble Real Estate Investments has bulked up on its Philadelphia Navy Yard holdings and paid $83 million for a three-building portfolio.

The purchase of the properties means Ensemble has solidified its presence at the Navy Yard, establishing a critical mass at the site and stepping in where Liberty Property Trust left off. The real estate company now owns or holds interests in nine buildings totaling 1.1 million square feet at the South Philadelphia site and has invested a total of $360 million there.

More than half of its holdings, or five buildings totaling 550,000 square feet and an investment of $155 million, involve buildings that have manufacturing, laboratory, R&D and office space used for the development of immunotherapies, including cell-gene therapy. They house life science companies such as Adaptimmune Therapeutics, which maintains its U.S.

Long Beach, Calif.-based Ensemble is also part of a team named in July to develop 109 acres that is expected to reshape the next phase of the Navy Yard and it also controls several other sites that can be developed.

In its latest acquisition, the company purchased:

  • 400 Rouse Blvd., a 140,000-square-foot office and laboratory building;
  • 4751 League Island Blvd., an 82,000-square-foot building; and,
  • 150,000-square-foot building at 4701 League Island Blvd.

All of the buildings are leased on a long-term basis to WuXi AppTec, which is one of the largest tenants at the Navy Yard.

“This is a critical component to our portfolio at the Navy Yard and to our growth strategy,” said Mark Seltzer, senior vice president of development with Ensemble. “Wuxi is the driver of the life science cluster at the Navy Yard. They serve as the gateway to the new development and next phase of the Navy Yard.”

Wuxi located to the Navy Yard in 2004 when it opened a 75,000-square-foot contract testing and manufacturing facility. It continued to grow over the years, adding a non-viral cell therapy manufacturing facilities and, in 2017, established an advanced therapy unit to bolster its U.S.-based cell and gene therapies. Earlier this year, Wuxi moved into 400 Rouse, which houses an advanced therapies testing facility and doubled its testing capacity for gene and cell therapies.

Life science companies prefer these two and three-story buildings that enable them to conduct research and manufacturing on single floors.

“They want to be in a horizontal environment and that’s what makes the Navy Yard attractive,” Seltzer said. These companies also like the Navy Yard’s proximity to Philadelphia International Airport and University City, where there’s a labor force from which to draw.

In addition to the Wuxi buildings, Ensemble owns at the Navy Yard a Courtyard by Marriott and four office buildings including One Crescent Drive, 150 Rouse Blvd., 201 Rouse Blvd., and 1200 Intrepid Ave.

*Article courtesy of Philadelphia Business Journal

For more information about Philadelphia space for sale or lease in Philadelphia or about any other Philadelphia properties for sale or lease, please contact WCRE at 215-799-6900.

Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a full-service CORFAC International brokerage and advisory firm, is a premier  Philadelphia commercial real estate broker that provides a full range of Philadelphia commercial real estate listings and services, property management services, and marketing commercial offices, medical properties, industrial properties, land properties, retail buildings and other Philadelphia commercial properties for buyers, tenants, investors and sellers.

Please visit our websites for a full listing of Philadelphia commercial properties for lease or sale through our  Philadelphia commercial real estate brokerage firm.

WeWork is closing one of its 5 Philly locations at the end of the month

WeWork, the coworking giant with locations across the globe and major hubs in New York and California, will be closing its 1430 Walnut Street location at the end of the month, tenants were told Monday.

In an email to members that Technical.ly obtained, the company said it had been conducting an in-depth review of its “global real estate portfolio in order to optimize our assets and operations around the world.”

“In line with that effort, we have decided to close the WeWork location at 1430 Walnut St.,” the email read. The coworking company moved into the building, shared with the Cheesecake Factory and Verizon, in 2016.

The move-out date for tenants is by Sept. 30, and the company said it will work with them to move into spots at one of the coworking company’s four other Philly locations. WeWork currently has three other Center City locations, and one in Northern Liberties.

A WeWork spokesperson told Technical.ly that the plan to close this location came before the coronavirus pandemic forced workers to abandon offices. It came as part of the company’s outline of its five-year plan, they said. There’s no plan to close additional offices in Philadelphia, they added.

“In streamlining our portfolio towards profitable growth, we have decided to move on from WeWork 1430 Walnut in Philadelphia,” the spokesperson said. “With four excellent, alternative WeWork locations in the immediate area, we remain committed to the Philadelphia market and look forward to providing our members here with first-class, flexible space solutions.”

The Rittenhouse-adjacent location appears to be one of a handful of WeWork offices that have been slated to close in the last few weeks, as locations in Durham, North Carolina, and Miami, Florida, are also being cleared out. It also terminated a lease for a planned Baltimore location in July.

The coworking company pulled its IPO last year to “focus on our core business, the fundamentals of which remain strong,” WeWork’s then-co-CEOs Artie Minson and Sebastian Gunningham said in a statement at the time.

Many voiced skepticism around the $47 billion valuation assigned to it in the private markets by SoftBank, its biggest backer, and the company removed Adam Neumann as its CEO last fall. Amid the fallout, the company laid off 2,400 workers in November of 2019 and began a 90-day plan to divest from “non-core businesses” it had bought including Meetup.com and women-focused coworking space The Wing.

Jeremy Peskin, a tenant of the 1430 Walnut street location and cofounder of legal tech startup Docketwise, told Technical.ly that he currently has two office spaces at the soon-to-close location. He’d been in the space for three years, and has been happy with their setup.

“Everyone on our team has the option to work remotely and we would want private offices wherever we go, but we do still find coworking appealing for the shared amenities and simplicity,” Peskin said.

On Tuesday, Peskin said he learned that WeWork wouldn’t be letting tenants out of their contracts with the company unless they resign a new contract in one of the company’s four other Philly locations. They’ve offered an office at another location, he said, as their lease doesn’t end until January 31.

Neighborhoods surrounding Center City aren’t lost for options outside of WeWork, though — Philadelphia clocked in more than 1.1 million square feet of flexible work space at the end of 2019. (Check out our 2020 coworking guide here). Within a few blocks of the closing WeWork location are coworking spots The Yard,1776 Rittenhouse, MakeOffices, CultureWorks and Spaces.

*Article courtesy of Technical.ly

For more information about Philadelphia office space for sale or lease in Philadelphia or about any other Philadelphia properties for sale or lease, please contact WCRE at 215–799-6900.

Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a full-service CORFAC International brokerage and advisory firm, is a premier  Philadelphia office commercial real estate broker that provides a full range of Philadelphia commercial real estate listings and services, property management services, and marketing commercial offices, medical properties, industrial properties, land properties, retail buildings and other Philadelphia  commercial properties for buyers, tenants, investors and sellers.

Please visit our websites for a full listing of  Philadelphia commercial properties for lease or sale through our  Philadelphia  commercial real estate brokerage firm.

Nerd Street Gamers takes space on North Broad Street in Center City 

Nerd Street Gamers has expanded in its hometown and leased 35,000 square feet at 401 N. Broad St. in Philadelphia, according to sources familiar with the matter.

The deal is the latest move for the fast-growing, Philadelphia esports company. Nerd Street raised $10 million earlier this summer and is looking to raise a total of $35 million by the end of the year to support its expansion across the country.

The company is focused on adding more than 100 esports venues called Localhosts in Five Below stores, sports stadiums and college campuses over the next five years. The company so far has locations in Austin, Denver, Los Angeles and in Philadelphia at the Wells Fargo Center in South Philadelphia and at its home base at 908 N. 3rd St.

The venues provide a space where people can game together for a fee and participate in amateur tournaments. The new location at 401 N. Broad is expected to be another such venue.

“We’re excited about our venture with Nerd Street Gamers,” said Jerry Marshall, CEO of Amerimar Enterprises Inc. and Netrality Properties, which owns 401 N. Broad. Marshall declined to elaborate other than to say more details would be disclosed in September.

An effort to reach a representative from Nerd Street for comment was unsuccessful.

The building at 401 N. Broad, originally constructed in 1930 for Reading Co., is not a typical office property and is seemingly made for Nerd Street’s business model. The 11-story, 1.3-million-square-foot building was redeveloped into one of the most important telecom hotels along the East Coast. The property is considered the most fiber-dense, network-neutral facility between New York and Virginia.

The building is a significant center for data and internet traffic and offers data center infrastructure for carriers and service providers. One of the main characteristics that attracts telecom companies to the building is its location, which gives them the ability to tap into so-called long-haul fiber in the region that provides access to fiber routes to Europe.

When Netrality acquired 401 N. Broad, it decided to invest $70 million in renovations that also included taking a portion of the space to create a “Meet-Me-Room,” or MMR. That is a space within a telecom hotel where different networks can come together and connect with each other. In the case of 401 N. Broad, for example, a lot of international connections run through the building. The MMR at 401 N. Broad will be a carrier neutral room.

In addition to Five Below, Nerd Street investors include Comcast Spectacor, Elevate Capital and SeventySix Capital. Five Below CEO Joel Anderson, Comcast Spectacor President Tucker Roberts and Wayne Kimmel of SeventySix Capital all sit on Nerd Street’s board.

*Article courtesy of Philadelphia Business Journal

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Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a full-service CORFAC International brokerage and advisory firm, is a premier Philadelphia commercial real estate broker that provides a full range of Philadelphia commercial real estate listings and services, property management services, and marketing commercial offices, medical properties, industrial properties, land properties, retail buildings and other Philadelphia commercial properties for buyers, tenants, investors and sellers.

Please visit our websites for a full listing of Philadelphia commercial properties for lease or sale through our Philadelphia commercial real estate brokerage firm.

Center City Philly Office Space for Lease on JFK Boulevard

Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a Philly commercial real estate brokerage firm that specializes in Philly commercial real estate listings and services, now has available Philly office space for lease at 1500 John F. Kennedy Boulevard Philadelphia PA in the 2 Penn Center building.

This well-located Philly office space has 2,488 square feet available at 1500 John F. Kennedy Boulevard Philadelphia PA. This Philly office space for lease presents an excellent Center City sublease opportunity, and the lease term of this Philly office space for lease expires on June 30, 2022.

The asking lease price for this Philly office space at 1500 John F. Kennedy Boulevard Philadelphia PA in the 2 Penn Center building is $28.00 sf full service, a price that is $3.00 sf under the standard asking rent. This office space in Philly is available for immediate occupancy through Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a leading Philly commercial real estate broker that specializes in Philly commercial real estate listings and services.

Located in a 20-story Class “A” office facility, this Philly office space for lease at 1500 John F. Kennedy Boulevard Philadelphia PA is part of a 502,531-sf building along the Market Street West corridor. There are four furnished private offices at this Philly office space for lease in the 2 Penn Center building, and there also is a large conference room with an open common area.

This Philly office space for lease at 1500 John F. Kennedy Boulevard Philadelphia PA in the 2 Penn Center building has a kitchenette, and – in addition – there are upgraded common corridors and restrooms at this Philly office building.

More than 73,000 people live within a one-mile radius of this Philly office space for lease in the 2 Penn Center building that is available through Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a leading Philly commercial real estate broker. The average household income within that same distance of this office building in Philly at 1500 John F. Kennedy Boulevard Philadelphia PA is $80,557.

For more information about this Philly office space for lease in the 2 Penn Center building, or about any other Philly commercial properties for sale or lease, please contact Ty Martin (215-799-6144; ty.martin@wolfcre.com) at Wolf Commercial Real Estate, the foremost Philly commercial real estate broker.

Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a full-service CORFAC International brokerage and advisory firm, is a premier Philly commercial real estate broker that provides a full range of Philly commercial real estate listings and services, property management services, and marketing commercial offices, medical properties, industrial properties, land properties, retail buildings, and other Philly commercial properties for buyers, tenants, investors and sellers. Please visit our websites for a full listing of Philly commercial properties for sale or lease through our Philly commercial real estate brokerage firm.

Fully Approved Philly Office Space for Sale or Lease

Wolf Commercial Real Estate, the foremost Philly commercial real estate broker with experience in Philly commercial real estate listings and services, now has available a fully approved, 128,000 square foot development of Philly office space for sale or lease at 2201 East Allegheny Avenue Philadelphia PA.

This Philly office space for sale or lease – designed with tenant medical applications in mind – is being offered by Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a Philly commercial real estate brokerage firm that specializes in Philly commercial real estate listings and services. Please call for the asking sale price and the asking lease price of this Philly office space for sale or lease.

The main building of this Philly office space for sale or lease contains +/- 120,000 sf in five stories while the ancillary building of this Philly medical office space for sale or lease has +/- 8,000 sf on one floor. Overall, this Philly office space for sale or lease at 2201 East Allegheny Avenue Philadelphia PA sits on more than seven acres.

This office space for sale or lease in Philly is available through Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a Philly commercial real estate broker that specializes in Philly commercial real estate listings and services.

This office space for sale or lease in Philly is intended to provide premier medical space for Northeast Philadelphia. There also are branding and naming opportunities for this office space in Philly at 2201 East Allegheny Avenue Philadelphia PA. In addition, the tenant of this office space in Philly will receive a 10-year Philadelphia tax abatement for new construction.

This office space for sale or lease in Philly is just a half-mile from the Allegheny Station of the SEPTA Regional Rail Line and this Philly medical office space for sale or lease also is that same distance from Exit 25 of Interstate 95.

The land surrounding this Philly medical office space for sale or lease can be configured to offer ample parking opportunities for employees and patients. This office space in Philly is in the gentrified Port Richmond neighborhood of Northeast Philadelphia.

For more information about this Philly office space for sale or lease at 2201 East Allegheny Avenue Philadelphia PA, or about any other Philly commercial properties for sale or sale or lease, please contact Chris Henderson (856-857-6337; chris.henderson@wolfcre.com), Andrew Beauchemin (215-799-6145; andrew.beauchemin@wolfcre.com), or Mitch Russell (215-799-6143; mitch.russell@wolfcre.com) at Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a leading Philly commercial real estate brokerage firm.

Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a full-service CORFAC International brokerage and advisory firm, is a premier Philly commercial real estate broker that provides a full range of Philly commercial real estate listings and services, property management services, and marketing commercial offices, medical properties, industrial properties, land properties, retail buildings and other Philly commercial properties for buyers, tenants, investors and sellers. Please visit our websites for a full listing of Philly commercial properties for sale or lease or sale through our Philly commercial real estate brokerage firm.

Well-Located Philly Retail Space for Lease on Passyunk Avenue

Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a leading Philly commercial real estate broker, is now offering premier Philly retail space for lease at 1804-1808 East Passyunk Avenue located in what is known as one of the country’s top restaurant neighborhoods.

There is between 900 sf and 2,800 sf of retail space in Philly available for lease at this property that has 53 feet of street frontage. There also is 20 feet of premier window footage at this Philly retail space at 1804-1808 East Passyunk Avenue Philadelphia PA. Please call for information about the asking lease price for this retail space in Philly.

The segment of Passyunk Avenue in South Philadelphia that is home to this retail space in Philly has been named one of the “Top Ten Foodie Streets in America” by Food and Wine magazine. In addition, Zagat magazine says this Philly retail space for lease is in the city’s top food neighborhood. This Philly retail space for lease at 1804-1808 East Passyunk Avenue Philadelphia PA is available through Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a Philly commercial real estate brokerage firm that specializes in Philly commercial real estate listings and services.

This recently renovated Philly retail space is a mixed-use property; its zoning designation of CMX-2 opens up this retail space in Philly for a wide range of applications. There are unique interior aspects to this retail space in Philly – such as an exposed brick wall – and there is rear access for potential loading needs at this retail space in Philly.

There are more than 103,000 people living within a one-mile radius of this Philly retail space at 1804-1808 East Passyunk Avenue Philadelphia PA. The average household income in that same area of this retail space in Philly is $46,721. Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a Philly commercial real estate brokerage firm that specializes in Philly commercial real estate listings and services, has been retained to market this retail space in Philly.

For more information about this Philly retail space, or about any other Philly commercial properties for sale or lease, please contact Mitch Russell (215-799-6143; mitch.russell@wolfcre.com) or Phil Costa (215-799-6195; phil.costa@wolfcre.com) at Wolf Commercial Real Estate, a Philly commercial real estate brokerage firm.

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