Market Street Office
1515 Market St Philadelphia , PA 19102-1921
- Property size 502,213 ft2
- Floor count 20
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1515 Market Street rises 20 stories above Philadelphia's most coveted site to assert its keystone position in Center City. This outstanding office environment is within 100 yards of City Hall, at the heart of the city's legal, financial and commercial districts. Directly below its impressive lobby lies the hub of the city's public transportation network, sheltered from weather and vehicular traffic. The immediate vicinity also boasts a wide variety of dining, entertainment, and cultural opportunities. The lobby of 1515 Market Street communicates prestige and professionalism. The impact begins at its two-story glass window wall, framed in rich red granite. Elegant granite composite floors and walls, a coffered ceiling, and fine mahogany-paneling complement the lush interior landscape. Covered lighting defines the three mahogany paneled elevator cores serving the office floors, where a remarkable sense of openness results from the corner location and setback positioning from all other Penn Center neighbors. Sweeping expanses of insulated ribbon glass provide abundant natural light in addition to commanding, permanent views of the cityscape from all office areas. The latest technology in energy management includes multi-zone climate control for year-round comfort and efficiency. Smoke and fire detection systems offer state-of-the-art protection, and a sophisticated security system incorporates 24-hour building access.
1515 Market's keystone Center City location puts City Hall's timeless splendor at the building's immediate east. Just beyond is the new Convention Center. North and west are Kennedy Plaza and the Benjamin Franklin Parkway. One block south are the shops and services of Chestnut Street's pedestrian transit-way. Tenants also enjoy direct access to Center City's commuter tunnel, with its links to SEPTA and PATCO rail lines, Market/Frankford and Broad Street subway systems, as well as three-minute express service to AMTRAK's northeast corridor train.