A 20,000-square-foot coworking space in a 14-building Chesterbrook campus is now 90 percent leased, writes Paul Schwedelson for the Philadelphia Business Journal.
“We’ve got this amenity building that is purpose-built for meetings and bumping into people and it’s just a pleasant place to be,” said Brian Simel, VP of Asset Management.
Simel also praised the new building’s design, that brings in a lot of natural light.
A spokesperson that manages the space has declined to reveal the tenants. Most of the occupants in 1.1 million-square-foot campus work in the pharmaceutical, tech, telecom, and financial services sectors.
Rubenstein purchased the campus for $148 million in 2019.
“We’re as excited as ever about the market and particularly about Chesterbrook,” said Simel.
Read more about the space in the Philadelphia Business Journal.
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