Public Ledger Building
600 Chestnut St
- Built (Renovated): 1927 (2007)
- Property Class: B
- Elevators: 12
- Floor Count: 13
The Public Ledger Building, originally designed in grandiose Georgian Revival style by Horace Trumbauer, combines the rich heritage of Philadelphia with outstanding tenant amenities and an unsurpassed reputation for responsive, on-site building management. The building's elegant entrances, magnificent arched lobby ceilings and polished marble hallways are quintessential Philadelphia. Combined with its turn-of-the -century elegance are contemporary energy management systems and microprocessor controlled elevators. State-of-the-art electrical power and HVAC systems provide assurance of trouble-free, economical tenant convenience and comfort. The Down Town Club, one of Philadelphia's oldest and most prestigious catering facilities, is located on the 11th floor. Breathtaking views of Independence Mall, The Ben Franklin Bridge and the Delaware River. There is an ongoing restoration and the building has had a state-of-the-art retrofit of the HVAC, electrical, fire, life-safety and elevator systems. New transformers and solid copper buss ducts provide uninterrupted power to tenant offices. New, hi-tech computer controlled elevators answer floor calls in seconds and provide smooth, high speed rides in contemporary, carpeted cars. Neighborhood amenities in this historic area include Sheraton & Omni Hotels, gallery shopping, banks and numerous restaurants, all within walking distance.
600 Chestnut Street - Lease - Office for lease
About this space
- Type: Office
- Sub-Type: Contact Us
- Tenure: Lease
- Space Available (ft2): 1,000 - 300,000
- Price ($USD): Contact Us
6th and Chestnut, directly across the street from Independence Mall Park, Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell Pavilion. Only 2 blocks from the transit hub at 8th and Market providing connections to all regional rail, SEPTA and PATCO connections as well as all SEPTA City Bus routes.
Historic 535,000 sf 12 story building with 42,000 sf on each floor, two elevator banks, one on 6th Street and the other on Chestnut Street