Full of personality from the late 1800s, the Hale Building is being renovated and reimagined for the 21st century. Now, the building features state-of-the-art operating systems, modern amenities, open workspaces, outdoor roof deck, and historic details that are ideal for creative tech companies.


Two bi-level restaurant and retail spaces can be found on the ground and mezzanine levels, bringing a piece of Center City inside the building itself.


As one of W.G. Hale’s few surviving buildings, the Hale Building is undergoing a certified historic rehabilitation. Although once considered an architectural anomaly, the building is now known as a Philadelphia landmark.


Built in 1887, the Hale Building preserves original architectural details from its High Victorian design. Known for its castle-like structure, the building’s limestone facade features porticos and turrets reminiscent of another era.

Modern Amenities

  • Full of historic architectural details
  • Open floorplans and workspaces
  • Energy efficient HVAC system
  • Prime Midtown Village location
  • In-building restaurant and retail options
  • Contemporary features
  • Bike storage room
  • High-speed Elevators
  • State-of-the-art building entry security system
  • 1,650 SF roof deck sky lounge