RD+ is excited to share that this industrial-era office is officially sublet!
1 Trick Pony, a creative agency, decided to go all-in on remote work, which left their 6,500 sq ft 7th-floor office vacant with multiple years left on their lease. They gave us a call to assist them with subleasing their space, and we immediately got to work.
It only took a matter of months until we found the perfect tenant – All City Network, a sports media company currently growing its national footprint in multiple major cities. They fell in love with this spot’s modern vibes and killer city views. Given the increasing supply of sublease office space in Philadelphia, we knew the odds were stacked against us, but what makes 448 N 10th stand out? Well, it’s got numerous alluring factors, from the unique charm of the actual space to the Spring Arts Neighborhood itself.
Spring Arts is home to 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! The building boasts one-of-a-kind aesthetics that can only be found in an adaptive reuse industrial building, such as exposed brick walls, high ceilings, operable windows, and timeless charm. We’re all about connecting those dots, and this sublease win is a great example!