Sky-High Condos Aren’t the Only Piece of Two Liberty Place That’s For Sale

Parkway Properties has just put the office space on the market.

Last time we checked in on Two Liberty Place, we took you behind the scenes for an inside peek at the ongoing construction and newly completed (and spectacular) model residential units. While one of those puppies will set you back anywhere between $800,000 and over $2,500,000, they’re not the only chunk of the building that’s currently on the market.

According to a report from Jacob Adelman of The Inquirer, Parkway Properties has put the office space up for sale as the Florida-based REIT looks “to focus on its core portfolio of assets in the southeastern United States.”

Interestingly enough, CBRE executive vice president Robert Fahey, who is handling the listing, said a “significant amount of interest during the week in which the property has been marketed has come from overseas buyers who are newly discovering Philadelphia as a target for investment.”

Two Liberty Place was solely used as the headquarters for Cigna until 2005, when the company downsized its occupancy and the top 20 floors were converted into residential units, which are separately owned by iStar and not included in the deal. Standing 847 feet tall and offering incredible views, Two Liberty Place is the third tallest building in the city.

Speaking of that: Yesterday, it was announced that One Liberty Place, its elder and taller sister, would open its much-anticipated observation deck, Philly From the Top, on the 57th floor on saturday, November 28 at 10 a.m. Check out more info about that fun development on Ticket.