It’s part of the ongoing Market East project, which aims to bring retail, residences, and more to the blocks around 12th Street
Three of the buildings are finished in the $400M complex
Perfect for both exhibitionist criers and meek weepers alike, we’ve compiled a list of public spots to let out a good wail from the chaotic comfort of Reading Terminal Market to the private solace in the depths of the Navy Yard.
The first of two apartment towers at the $600 million redevelopment project East Market is will open its doors in March.
An extended-stay hotel is going to set up shop on five floors of the second, taller apartment tower at East Market.
It was gone before it opened. The midcentury modern showroom has decided not to return to Philly, citing that it would not be a profitable market.
The architecture firm is one of the first tenants to set up shop at the new East Market mixed-use development.
A new report says this burgeoning retail corridor has the cheapest rental rates in the country. But it probably won’t stay that way for very long.
The local gym will join Wawa and Iron Hill Brewery at 1199 Ludlow Street.
The store will set up shop in the second tower at 1199 Ludlow, joining the future Iron Hill Brewery.
Work can now begin on the 240-unit residential tower, which will be geared toward established professionals and offer bigger apartments than its next-door neighbor, the Ludlow.
It’s the latest tenant to sign on for the $600 million mixed-use project, which is currently under construction. The 1150 Market Street restaurant will be Iron Hill’s 1st Philly location.
The design proposal for a second residential tower at East Market sailed through the monthly Civic Design Review yesterday at what might have been one of the shortest reviews ever.
According to renderings released ahead of a September Civic Design Review, a second residential tower is being proposed for the already massive East Market mixed-use project. Take a sneak peek at the design proposal.
a recent tour of the massive project revealed raw, open spaces ready for three big-time tenants, including a major architecture firm, to start moving in as early as next week.