1601 Cherry St

1601 Cherry St Philadelphia , PA 19102
  • Property Size (ft2): 561,351
  • Built (Renovated): 1970  (1997)
  • Property Class: A
  • Floor Count: 20

Description


Three Parkway was completed and occupied in 1970. The building consists of a full basement, twenty floors of rentable space and two mechanical floors. The first floor is primarily a cafeteria and dining facility. Floors two through twenty are office space and average 28,000 square feet per floor. The basement includes a fitness center, storage space, production studio and mechanical space. The base building systems were renovated and upgraded in 1996/97 at a cost of about eleven million dollars. The work included: three new 500 ton Carrier chillers, a new plate and frame heat exchanger, a new three-cell cooling tower, a new Carrier Comfortworks Building Automation System, the installation of sprinklers throughout the building, a new fire alarm system, a new 350 KW emergency generator, new 120/208 circuit breaker panels on nineteen floors, conversion of all elevators to computer control, the installation of an additional high-rise elevator, the renovation of the restrooms on eighteen floors and the installation of a cooling tower water loop throughout the building. Additional renovations were done in 2005, and this building was awarded Energy Star labels in 2007 and again in 2016 for its operating efficiency.

1601 Cherry Street - Three Parkway - Lease - Office for lease

  • Type: Office
  • Tenure: Lease
  • Space Available (ft2): 1,000 - 100,000
  • Price ($USD): Contact Us

Three Parkway was completed and occupied in 1970. It was designed by Kneedler Mirick Pearson Ivonen Batchler Allabach & Rennis did the structural design and Pennell & Wiltberger Inc. did the mechanical and electrical design.

Amenities


The building consists of a full basement, twenty floors of rentable space and two mechanical floors. The first floor is primarily a cafeteria and dining facility. Floors two through twenty are office space and average 28,000 square feet per floor. The basement includes a fitness center, storage space, production studio and mechanical space. The base building systems were renovated and upgraded in 1996/97 at a cost of about eleven million dollars. The work included: three new 500 ton Carrier chillers, a new plate and frame heat exchanger, a new three-cell cooling tower, a new Carrier Comfortworks Building Automation System, the installation of sprinklers throughout the building, a new fire alarm system, a new 350 KW emergency generator, new 120/208 circuit breaker panels on nineteen floors, conversion of all elevators to computer control, the installation of an additional high-rise elevator, the renovation of the restrooms on eighteen floors and the installation of a cooling tower water loop throughout the building.