1919 Market Gets First Tenants
The organizer said we couldn’t.
That may well have been because they were well past the hard-hat stage. Just about all of them, in fact, were ready for move-in.
And now people are moving in.
The first occupant of the 28-story high-rise is the leasing office, which moved from its temporary digs at 1900 Market across the street today.
The leasing office is being run by LCOR, which owns half of the joint venture building this mixed-use project. The other half-owner, Brandywine Realty Trust, has already leased all 24,000 square feet of retail space and will manage that part of the building.
Following the leasing office into the building will be its first tenants, who are set to begin moving in tomorrow.
The media alert announcing the moves notes that “1919 Market aims to provide residents with all of their wants and needs under one roof by offering state-of-the-art amenities and features.” Many of those amenities and features are ready for the new residents to use now, but they’ll have to wait a bit before they can enjoy that rooftop clubhouse and pool. As our hard hat tour shows, there’s still a good bit of work to be done to get that space ready; Abby Littleton, a media representative for the developers, explained that this is because the construction crews fitted out the interior spaces from the ground floor up.
That clubhouse level should be completed by the end of June or early July, according to LCOR.
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