3711 Market

3711 Market Street

3711 Market Street is an office and wet lab facility totaling over 154,845 square feet and includes a 500+ stall parking structure. The building is home NRG Energy and Avid Radiopharmaceuticals, a subsidiary of Eli Lilly, in addition to several innovative spaces and programs including Quorum – an entrepreneurial hang-out space; Port – a wet lab incubation program; and QED – a seed financing program for life science and technology companies.

3737 Market

3737 Market Street

3737 Market Street is a 14-story clinical, medical office and wet lab building totaling 334,000 square feet. The facility is anchored by Penn Presbyterian Medical Center of the University of Pennsylvania Health System and Spark Therapeutics, a spin-out of the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. Certified LEED Gold, 3737 utilizes an active chilled beam HVAC system, which reduces energy consumption by 50% compared to an equivalent code compliant building.

3675 Market

3675 Market Street

3675 Market Street is a 343,465 square foot, 14-story building currently under construction. The building is being built to provide premier office and lab environments with high ceilings, generous perimeter fenestration and state-of-the-art systems. Efficient floor plates and generous “third spaces” will make this a most desirable facility for operations and employee satisfaction and engagement.

Additional Project Information

Institutional Sponsors:

  • Drexel University
  • University of Pennsylvania

Additional Institutional Relationships:

  • Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
  • University of Pennsylvania Health System

Features and Amenities:

  • Signature outdoor space
  • Urban grocery
  • High-quality retail
  • Modern fitness center
  • LUCY loop stop
  • Expanded Quroum
  • Bike share station
  • Ample parking
  • Maker space
  • Easy access to Amtrak and Septa

 

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