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Philadelphia commercial real estate

Philadelphia commercial real estate

The Philadelphia commercial real estate market is among one of the largest in the nation, with nearly 82,000 properties on the books in 2016.

Philadelphia, the sixth-largest city in the United States as measured by population, serves as a cornerstone of American and Native American history, a mecca for area fans of professional sports, and as the home to numerous attractive Philadelphia commercial real estate listings.

While the 2010 U.S. Census reported Philadelphia as the fifth-most populous city with 1,526,000 people, its position was usurped by formerly sixth-place Phoenix (1,445,000 residents in 2010) in 2016 when the government issued its mid-term update. Those new numbers reported 11.7 percent growth in the Phoenix population versus just 2.7 percent growth in Philadelphia. In raw numbers, that resulted in a population of 1,615,000 for Phoenix and of 1,567,000 for Philadelphia. An important factor in this shift is that Phoenix, at 517 square miles in area, is nearly four times (3.85 times) larger than the 134-square-mile City of Brotherly Love.

The city that now bears the name Philadelphia – literally from the Greek “philos” (love or friendship) and “adelphos” (brother) – was known as Shackamaxon by the original residents of the Lenni Lenape Native American Nation. As a harbinger of the events that would lead to the creation of the United States of America, Shackamaxon – which itself means “make a chief place” – is where multiple generations of Lenni Lenape “sakima” (chief) or “kitakima” (big or clan chief) received investiture.

In addition to its importance in Native American history, Philadelphia played a major role in the creation of our country, going back to its late 17th Century days as a Quaker settlement. William Penn, the founder of Philadelphia who eventually would lend his name to the colony and the state, wanted the city to be a place of tolerance, where residents could worship as they please. This is what’s believed to have led to Philadelphia’s rapid growth and its position as America’s most important city of that time.

That importance is reinforced by all the “firsts” credited to Philadelphia. Not only was the city the first capital of the United States, but also was the birthplace of the United States Marine Corps as well as the first library, first hospital, first medical school, first business school; first stock exchange, and first zoo. It’s also the only World Heritage City in the United States (a designation held by fewer than 250 cities worldwide).

Philadelphians are proud of their city and love their sports teams. It is one of just 13 U.S. cities that has teams in all four major sports leagues – the Philadelphia Phillies of Major League Baseball, the Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League, the Philadelphia 76ers of the National Basketball Association, and the Philadelphia Flyers of the National Hockey League. Among these four, the Phillies are the most recent world champions in their sport, winning the World Series in 2008. They are followed, in reverse chronological order, by the 76ers, who won the NBA title in 1983; the Flyers, who won the Stanley Cup in 1975; and the Eagles, who won the NFL Championship in the pre-Super Bowl year of 1960.

The Philadelphia commercial real estate market is among one of the largest in the nation, with nearly 82,000 properties on the books in 2016. When you are in the market for Philadelphia commercial real estate, contact Wolf Commercial Real Estate. WCRE is the foremost Philadelphia commercial real estate broker that provides a full range of Philadelphia commercial real estate listings and services, property management services, and marketing commercial offices, medical properties, industrial properties, land properties, retail buildings and other Philadelphia commercial properties for buyers, tenants, investors and sellers.

In addition to Philadelphia, WCRE services the surrounding suburbs of Bucks County, Montgomery County, Delaware County, Chester County, Berks County and places like: Bala Cynwyd, Trevose, Blue Bell, West Chester, Conshohocken, Malvern, Newtown, Ardmore, King of Prussia and Phoenixville

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Philadelphia Commercial Real Estate Listings

  • 1200 Locust Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19107

    Premier Philly Medical Office Building For Sale

    Property Type: Office, Medical

    Space Available:

    +/- 7,045 SF

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    4 story building
    Fully built-out Medical Office Building located in heart of Center City
    Medical building consists of one operating room, multiple private offices, multiple exam rooms, and two reception areas
    Income-producing property with in-place tenant
    Steps away from the entrance to 12th/13th & Locust PATCO Station
    Existing elevator shaft

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  • 2201 East Allegheny Avenue
    Philadelphia, PA 19134

    120,000 SF Philadelphia Medical Office Build-To-Suit Opportunity

    Property Type: Office, Medical, Land

    Space Available:

    Primary Building: +/- 120,000 SF on 5 stories
    Secondary building: +/- 8,000 SF on one floor
    Situated on 7+ acres

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    Overview:
    2201 E Allegheny Avenue is a 128,000 square-foot, fully approved development aiming to provide premier medical space for Northeast Philadelphia.

    The primary building has 120,000 square feet available on five floors with roughly 24,000 SF floor plates.
    The adjacent building features 8,400 SF of ground level space.

    Branding Opportunity:
    2201 E Allegheny Avenue will provide an opportunity for the naming rights on the building along with exterior building signage.

    Site Benefits:
    Accessibility
    Only .5 miles from Allegheny Station and .5 miles from Exit 25 off I-95.

    Tax Abatement:
    Tenant will experience benefits of Philadelphia 10-year tax abatement from new construction

    Amenities:
    Ownership is open to provide needed amenities requested by tenants including a fitness center, lounge, conference center, etc.

    Neighborhood:
    Port Richmond is a rapidly developing and gentrifying neighborhood that is well positioned for future growth.

    Parking:
    Situated on 7 acres, the development can provide ample parking opportunities for employees and patients.

    Notable Healthcare Nearby:
    Temple University Hospital – Episcopal Campus
    Temple Common Wealth Campus
    Temple Ready Care
    Temple University Hospital.- Northeastern Campus
    Fresenius Kidney Care Port Richmond
    Ambrosia Treatment Center
    St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children
    Jefferson Frankford Hospital

    Public Transportation:
    Within close proximity to Allegheny Station (Market Frankford Line)
    Exit 25 off of I-95

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  • 925-927 South 9th Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19147

    Premier Italian Market Retail Location

    Property Type: Retail

    Space Available:

    2,388 SF

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    Excellent location in heart of iconic Italian Market
    Available for immediate occupancy
    1st Floor and basement available for lease
    Corner property with highly visible signage
    Italian market features outdoor seating and gourmet shops
    Across from several well-known businesses including Di Bruno Bros.

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  • 1804-1808 East Passyunk Avenue
    Philadelphia, PA 19148

    Premier Retail Space Available For Lease

    Property Type: Retail

    Space Available:

    900-2800 SF

    53′ frontage, 20′ premier window footage
    Recently Renovated Mixed Use Property
    Philly’s top food neighborhood as voted by Zagat
    CMX-2 Zoning enables various uses
    Unique interior aesthetics including exposed brick
    Rear access for potential loading needs
    Named in the top “10 Foodie Streets in America,” by Wine and Food Magazine
    For local information go to www.visiteastpassyunk.com

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  • 6712-6714 Rising Sun Avenue
    Philadelphia, PA 19111

    Highly Visible Philadelphia Property Available For Lease-Price Reduced!!!

    Property Type: Retail, Office, Medical

    Space Available:

    +/-4,600 SF (Divisible)

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    4,600 square feet available (divisible)
    15,000 vehicles per day travel by site
    Available for immediate occupancy
    Exterior Building Signage Available
    Fit-out for medical office or law firm uses
    Local ownership & management

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