The Power of Proximity | At the Center of Everything
1735 Market Street is in the center of one of the highest concentrations of educated workers in the city and region – Center City Philadelphia. Among the major cities in America, Center City Philadelphia is second only to Manhattan in population. From 2000 to 2014, the population of Center City Philadelphia grew by more than 16%, from 157,782 to 183,240. The reason is simple – people love the access to their 21st-century jobs and lifestyle overlaying the city’s compressed, walkable 17th-century grid.
Philadelphia’s downtown neighborhoods are intimate, walkable and offer a unique architectural diversity spanning four centuries. Since 2013, more than 4,000 new residential homes have been completed, which does not include the rehabilitation of the most convenient neighborhoods such as Fairmount, Northern Liberties, Bella Vista and Graduate Hospital. This resurgence is far from over.
With an average home sale price of $426,142 and an average monthly apartment rental of $1,678, it’s a place where young professionals can afford to live, work and play.
CONVENIENT TO THE WORLD
Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) is just 7 miles away from 1735 Market Street, or a 20-minute ride via SEPTA’s high-speed rail line service. PHL provides nonstop flights to 90 domestic and 40 international destinations.
As the third-busiest stop along the nation’s most active Amtrak corridor, Philadelphia’s 30th Street Station, a quick walk from 1735 Market Street, puts you and your employees within easy business distance of New York and Washington, D.C.
Every year millions of people come to Philadelphia to experience its world-class art scene, history and museums. You and your employees can live among it, with easy access to the Parkway. The renowned Philadelphia Orchestra has been famous for more than a century and performs today in the magnificent Kimmel Center, which is also a short walk from 1735 Market Street.
GREAT CITY LIVING
Young professionals love the city. In fact, 1735 Market Street puts your employees within an easy walk or bike ride from a huge selection of housing options including rental apartments, condominiums and renovated townhomes, all in one of the most affordable urban real estate markets.
There’s also amazing shopping, from department stores to boutiques to The Shops at Liberty Place right around the corner.