801 Market Street

801 Market Street / Philadelphia, PA

801 Market Street is a 7-story (floors 7-13), 382,801 square foot class B Office Condominium located in one of Philadelphia’s fastest growing and most accessible CBD submarkets. The SEPTA Market Frankford Line Station, a SEPTA bus stop serviced by seven bus routes and a NJ Transit bus stop serviced by eleven bus routes are adjacent to the Property. Additionally, the Property sits directly above Jefferson Regional Rail Station, providing tenants with exceptional local and regional access.

Previously used as Thomas Jefferson’s office through his tenure as Secretary of State, this historic and iconic building was built in 1931 and renovated in 2001. The Property is currently 37% occupied by two long-term tenants, Community Behavioral Health and the GSA. The Property boasts floor plates in the 43,497-62,588 square foot range, with available space that includes 94,917 square feet of contiguous space on the 12th and 13th floors and 78,354 square feet of contiguous space on the 9th and 10th floors. These vacant spaces offer exceptional flexibility for single or multi-tenanted requirements.

With nearly $1 billion in development projects within a 3-block radius, 801 Market is in the middle of Market East’s transformation from an office market into a live/work/play urban district. In addition to being located in an emerging retail district, 801 Market is just blocks from some of the most historically significant sites in United States history. Most notably, Independence Hall, the Liberty Bell, the National Constitution Center and the Independence National Historical Park are all located within walking distance of 801 Market. The Property’s historic location is unmatched compared to other urban office locations in the country.