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Exceptional Class A office suites available for rent, fully wired and furnished ready for immediate occupation. With board rooms, lounge areas, parking, reception services, security and more.
This superb office center occupies a prominent workplace location on Market Street, Philadelphia. More info
Professional office suites with a generous mix of features and amenities. Fully wired and furnished to an excellent standard with conference suites, catering services, admin support, meet and greet team, security and more.
This four star multi-story office center is situated in the heart of Philadelphia. More info
Deluxe executive office suites complete with a comprehensive range of services and facilities that include professional and freindly reception support staff, IT and communications systems, 24 hour access, smart furnishings and much more!
This FIVE STAR office complex is ideally situated in dowtown Philadelphia, surrounded by a host of outstanding amenties... More info
Deluxe executive office suites furnished to a very high specification, providing a professional business image. With a comprehensive mix of support services and facilities that include an on-site restaurant, spacious lounge and meeting rooms, communications and IT infrastructure, security, reception staff and on site car parking.
Prominently located next to Philadelphia International Airport, within easy reach of major roads. Benefiting from being... More info
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The 'City of Brotherly Love', Philadelphia is the largest city in Pennsylvania and at the heart of the sixth largest metropolitan area in the United States. With more than 1.5 million residents, the city is also the fifth largest in the country. Founded in 1682 as the capital of the Pennsylvania Colony, Philadelphia played an important role in the American Revolution and served as one of the fledgling nation's capitals during the Revolutionary War. With attractions like the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall and Constitution Hall, the city is a major tourist destination. Home to the Philadelphia Stock Exchange and several major corporations, the city is the economic centre and anchor for the state. Major economic industries include financial services, food processing, health care and biotechnology, information technology, manufacturing, oil refining, and tourism. Traditionally a hub for manufacturing, the city has shifted towards a service- and technology-based economy. Philadelphia is also a significant centre for health education and research.