Work, Or Work Magic
Dynamic buildings attract dynamic people. And when dynamic people work together, companies thrive. As a center for culture, lifestyle and collaborative and energetic working environments, The Curtis is a reflection of the
fundamental change in the way people think about work. It’s not just a destination for people from 9 to 5. In a space where people want to spend their time beyond the hours in the office, work has transformed into an event.
Business As Unusual
A company is defined not only by its people and product, but by the space it occupies. That’s why it’s time for this former headquarters to boast the prestige and energy of a headquarters again. A dynamic atrium and sidewalk seating facing the Square add to a layout that invites people to meet and share ideas, while conferencing
spaces with skyline views recall the excitement of the building’s iconic publishing era. And with a health club and child care center on-site, productive work and an active life can happen under a single roof. By designing a location that is socially and professionally fulfilling, we’re creating a space where creative thinking will thrive.
- Historic 12-floor, 885,786-square-foot building that once housed Curtis Publishing, now with 100,000 square feet of premier office space available
- 300-space parking garage within building
- Flexible floor plan layouts can accommodate suites ranging from 700 to 25,000 rentable square feet
- On-site amenities include a child care center, health club, conference center, as well as high-end retail stores and restaurants
- Limousine driver on-site to provide proprietary black car service throughout the city at any time
- Concierge services from on-site Keystone Property Group management team
- 24-hour card access and on-site security
- 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
- Close proximity to federal courts, central business district and limitless dining and retail options