1618-1622 Chestnut Street

Building Description

Mixed-Use Building Redevelopment 76,500 RSF September 2019

1618-1622 Chestnut Street is a 76,500 sf mixed-use building in the heart of Philadelphia’s Center City. The 10-story Art Deco building was originally constructed in 1931 as the country’s first purpose-built radio station. Today, it is anchored by Old Navy on the lower floors while floors 3-9 are redeveloped into office space, amenitized common areas and a roof deck. The property’s premier location at 16th and Chestnut Streets offers outstanding access to transit and boasts the highest pedestrian counts in all of Philadelphia

90,200
1-Mile Population
$117K
1-Mile Avg HH
215,500
1-Mile Employees
77%
BACH./GRAD. Degree

Leasing Info

Retail

Eli Gurwitz

646 253 2546

Egurwitz@gazithorizons.com