Iron Hill Brewery has announced that it will set up shop at East Market, becoming the latest tenant to join the massive $600 million dollar mixed-use project at 1150 Market Street.
Iron Hill will lease 8,450 square feet of space at East Market, its first location within Philly’s Center City limits and 13th overall. The brewery has hired DC-based firm Street Sense to design the restaurant.
The actual brewery will be visible behind the bar and enclosed in glass, according to the announcement. It’ll also have semi-private dining rooms and “breakout rooms” for corporate and convention gatherings.
When Iron Hill opens in spring 2018, it will join a long list of other tenants who have already signed onto East Market, including Mom’s Organic Market, the Design Center, and Bohlin Cywinski Jackson at 1100 Ludlow. Construction on the 1st residential tower, the Ludlow, has been underway for the past two years, and second apartment tower will follow.
This likely won’t be the last we’ll hear of future East Market tenants, especially as construction forges ahead on the first phase. It’s expected to be complete this spring.
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- Inside the $600 million East Market mixed-use development [Curbed Philly]