1735 Market Street | Philadelphia, PA
Overview: 1735 Market Street
1735 Market Street is the crown jewel of the Philadelphia CBD and one of the premier office buildings in the United States. The 54-story, 1,286,936 square foot, trophy building is Philadelphia’s most iconic development. Owned by Silverstein Properties and Arden Group, 1735 Market is widely recognized for its trademark pyramid crowned top and timeless lobby that is accessible from both Market Street & JFK Boulevard, Philadelphia’s most prominent avenues.
1735 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103
Kohn Pederson Fox
Floors 2-3: 34,987 SF
Floor 4: 37,788 SF
Floors 6-7: 24,673 SF
Floors 8-52: 22,300 SF (Average)
Floor 53: 12,998 SF
Vaulted ceiling consisting of a coffered ceiling with silver leaf accents and carved rosettes, marble walls and marble flooring.
Slab to Slab: 12’
HVAC: (VAV) compartmental fan units located in the core of every floor. Each floor is subdivided into a minimum of 20 control zones. Controlled by a web based electronic building automation system (Delta controls installed in 2012) that constantly monitors all environmental conditions throughout the building.
Electricity: Each floor is metered
24 Passenger Elevators, 2 service elevators
6 in the High Rise (38-51)
6 in the Mid-High Rise (25-39)
5 in the Mid-Low Rise (14-25)
5 in the Low Rise (2-14)
2 Parking Garage (Lobby - P-4)
1 Shuttle (51-53)
1 Loading Dock Shuttle (P-2 - Concourse)
Floors 14, 25 & 38 are crossover floors
Security systems (C-Cure 9000) include turnstiles at each elevator bank, closed circuit TV, stair tower monitoring, card readers and intercom systems at each entrance. These systems provide security at all building entry doors, loading dock, security desk and elevators. Front security desk is manned 24/7/365 for monitoring all systems.
BCG, Ballard Spahr, BNY Mellon, Goldman Sachs, Brandywine Global, Willis Towers, Watson, Fidelity, UBS
1735 Market Street is situated in the heart of Center City Philadelphia. With easy access to shopping, dining and transportation.
1735 Market is at the convergence of major public transportation systems, with in-building concourse access to SEPTA Suburban Station regional rail and direct access to the MFL and BSL subway lines. 1735 Market is also conveniently located near the I-676 entrance ramp, providing quick access to all major regional highways.