Something New In Store
When you activate a residential and commercial building with high-end opportunities to shop and dine, you create a reason for people to meet, linger and explore. And when that building is a historic landmark sitting on the most picturesque corner of the city,
it becomes a destination that people won’t forget. Combined with revitalized Beaux-Arts architecture that evokes the hidden passageways of Paris, you have a space that can inspire an entire neighborhood to come to life.
The once open-air atrium at The Curtis has come a long way since its days as a loading dock and service yard. Now enclosed, the impressive 12-story hub has been reimagined to tap into the urban momentum outside. The outdoor parklets and widened passages draw in active pedestrian traffic, while the center-facing storefronts look in on cast iron
armatures and Corinthian columns that hint at the elegance of the building’s past. Whether you’re people-watching from the 2nd story observation deck or getting happy hour drinks at the restaurant below, the atrium attracts residents, office workers and tourists to enjoy Philadelphia from the centerof it all.
- Historic 885,786-square-foot building that once housed Curtis Publishing, now with 30,000 square feet of retail space available
- Retail and restaurant spaces open onto 12-story atrium with café seating, plus central observation deck with mural
- Outdoor 6th Street terrace with parklets, seating and widened bay entrances to the atrium
- A 300-space parking garage is located within the building
- Residential apartments and office spaces located within the building, creating an automatic customer base for retail spaces
- Accessible to all public transportation and close to major roadways (I-95, I-676, I-76)
- Conveniently located adjacent to the beautiful Washington Square Park and Independence National Historic Park, providing permanent, unobstructed views