Property DescriptionThis 160,000+ square foot creative office building boasts a 100 year history of cultivating ingenuity and vision as the former General Electric Switchgear Building. Located in the Spring Arts neighborhood and recently acquired by Arts + Crafts Holdings, this building is located in a creative office hub and bustling area of rapid development created by ownership. Suites are available ranging in size from 1,609 to 19,500 square feet and feature efficient layouts, oversized operable thermal pane windows with tons of natural light, hardwood floors, 14'-20' ceilings with mushroom columns, exposed brick, and dramatic views of Center City. These unique office spaces are perfect for small businesses, tech, or production companies looking to join existing tenants like Milkboy Studios, the School of Rock, Beautylish, and more. On-site parking is available as well as an attached loading dock and freight elevator.
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Suites from 276-19.500 square feet
Large thermal pane windows with tons of natural light
On-site parking available
Direct access to I-676, I-76, and I-95
Multiple SEPTA bus and subway lines nearby
Location DescriptionLocated in Spring Arts, a rapidly growing neighborhood cultivating an independently creative personality. Revitalization of the neighborhood includes multiple new restaurants, breweries, and entertainment venues including Café Lift, Prohibition Taproom, Roy Pitz Brewing Co., Love City Brewing, Union Transfer, and Franklin Music Hall. Franklin Music Hall is housed in 421 N. 7th Street's annex and is formerly known as the Electric Factory, a renowned concert venue. Border neighborhoods include Old City, Chinatown, and Northern Liberties, all of which feature great amenities as well, including restaurants, bars, nightlife, and shopping. With a Walk Score of 93, a Bike Score of 94, and a perfect Transit Score of 100, it's easy to access 421 N. 7th St without driving. That being said, there's also direct access to I-676, I-76, and I-95, enabling convenient transportation to Center City, New Jersey and the Philadelphia suburbs.