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Office Space for Rent in Center Square, East Tower, th Market Street, Philadelphia

Philadelphia | Regus | Ref 1623

Features & Amenities

  • 24/7 access
  • Access To Other Nationwide Centres
  • Air Conditioning
  • DDA Compliant
  • Event Spaces
  • Event Talks
  • Fruit & Snacks
  • Furnished
  • IT Support
  • Meeting Rooms
  • Car Parking
  • Printing/Scan Equipment
  • Reception Area

Description

Located in the Heart of Philadelphia, across from City Hall, the "Clothes Pin" building, with underground rail access and underground parking.

This location provides a professional and functional environment, featuring an elegantly furnished reception and lobby area, a fully equipped conference room, and a support services area complete with state-of-the-art office equipment.

Surrounding the impressive interior are attractively appointed, fully serviced individual offices from 110 to 700 square feet. The total impression is professional, corporate, and efficient.

This executive center in Philadelphia offers its clients a prestigious corporate address in the heart of Center City's business district. Its unsurpassed location in the landmark "Clothes Pin Building" is convenient to all of downtown Philadelphia with easy access to major highways (Schuylkill Expressway and Interstate 95).

This Business Centre concourse level provides direct access to the Regional Transportation Network, including trains to the suburbs and to the Philadelphia International Airport (22 minutes). Amtrak also stops downstairs, with service to several cities including New York and Washington, D.C.

This location is surrounded by prestigious law firms, financial institutions, major corporations, and several first-class hotels. It is across the street from City Hall, two blocks from the new Convention Center and two blocks from the Union League and Racquet Clubs. Many of Philadelphia's famous historical landmarks are within walking distance, including Independence Hall, the Liberty Bell, Betsy Ross' house, Franklin Court, and Elfreth's Alley, the oldest street in the country.