For office customers, industrial business owners, and those new to commercial properties, we offer a number of great options that can meet any need. For companies looking to expand their office space and move into a new facility, we offer office space for sale that can meet virtually any business requirements. Other spaces, like flex space, warehouse facilities and industrial business centers, available for both lease and sale through our offices.
As the Philadelphia region’s business community grows, however, these spaces won’t remain on the market for very long. For that reason, it’s a good idea to assess which type of property is most appropriate and contact one of our professionals as soon as possible to take a tour, discuss the finer details, and get started with a new facility.
For Sale & Sublease – Office
Perhaps the most common need today is quality office space that can be subleased, rather than purchased. This allows businesses to make a temporary commitment to an office facility as they work to either dramatically grow their workforce or to embrace new types of growth, like offsite employment and telecommuting. Office subleases are a great way to commit to a given facility on an annual or semi-annual basis, renewing the contract only unless or until more space is needed or less office space is required.
For more stable businesses that are looking to make a permanent move, office space for sale offers a long-term investment that will allow for greater customization of the facility.
Philadelphia’s office community, whether they’re buying or leasing, has pretty high standards. From easy connectivity to the online world to easy access from I-95, the Schuylkill Expressway, the Blue Route, and more, our office subleases and facilities for sale offer a great way to enhance productivity, embrace a modern facility, and accentuate the easy accessibility of the office for existing workers and potential new hires.
For Lease – Flex & Industrial
For the better part of a century, Philadelphia and its suburbs were both known as manufacturing hubs, a place that quality products were made. That reputation was well-earned and, though the manufacturing industry has declined locally as it has done nationally, the fact remains that Philadelphia-area manufacturing remains high-quality and robust. In fact, demand for industrial space in recent years has actually been on the uptick as more businesses and a greater number of workers move into the city and into Main Line areas to its west.
Today, many of these facilities are humming with active manufacturing and warehouse work, issuing many of the world’s best products. Others remain available for lease, with a large number of amenities and local connections that just aren’t available in other regions of the country.
Furthermore, a large number of “flex space” sites are available for lease throughout the area. Flex space represents the perfect option for businesses that are looking to blend their industrial and commercial operations with on-site office space or an on-site consumer operation that introduces the public to the products being made in the very same building. These spaces are usually zoned with very few regulations governing their use, with businesses only responsible for sensible safety procedures and adherence to local building codes that govern offices, showrooms, and other uses of the space.
To take full advantage of local industrial space, as well as the unique benefits that arise from flex space throughout the region, businesses should waste no time perusing local listings of available leases. These leases offer a great way to expand a business or open a new one, all without the upfront costs and negotiations of an actual sale.
For Sale – Office & Medical
The Philadelphia area is home to some of the best hospitals in the country, and those hospitals serve as the training ground for local medical practices and family practice clinics that require their own space when meeting and greeting patients. Luckily, there are plenty of medical facilities throughout the region that can be purchased by a new or growing practice. These facilities have been specifically designed to work with the unique needs of medical operations, with easy access to Internet connections and electrical outlets to power the equipment charged with keeping patients healthy and in good condition.
Buying an office or medical space can require a great deal of shopping around, and it often means working with a local expert in the commercial real estate market.
For Sale – Flex & Industrial
One of the hottest trends in commercial space today is the prominence of “flex space” among industrial businesses, startups, and warehouse owners. Flex space differs slightly from traditional industrial space in that it can be easily converted to meet with a wide variety of requirements. Flex space, by its nature, is actually “lightly zoned,” allowing it to serve manufacturing needs, warehouse requirements, office employees, and much more. In some cases, it can serve as both a showroom for a company’s products as well as the base of manufacturing for those very products. This makes it highly in demand, especially in Philadelphia where sales and manufacturing have always been two of the local employment mainstays.
Regular industrial space is another great option for local companies, especially those that have no intention of blending their manufacturing or warehouse operations with traditional office functions or a public-facing showroom area. The areas in and around Philadelphia are stocked full of modern manufacturing and industrial spaces, allowing companies to effortlessly move their equipment and transition their business without much of an interruption in productivity or profit. With the area’s industrial heritage, there are plenty of sites to be found throughout suburban communities.
Those companies looking to make the move into a more permanent industrial facility or flex space should consider our large number of appealing properties for sale. These facilities each offer great access to local transportation, utilities, and other amenities, and represent a significant value for companies that are looking to grow and expand their industrial and commercial operations in the region.