The Bourse - 111 S Independence Mall E
The concept of The Bourse — meaning a “place of exchange” — was brought to Philadelphia in 1890 by George E. Bartol, a prosperous Philadelphia grain and commodities exporter. The Bourse was the first in the world to house a stock exchange, maritime exchange, and grain-trading exchange simultaneously. Today, the historic exchange space has been re-purposed into an internationally inspired food hall with deep local roots. The food hall is a culinary incubator for local concepts as well as emerging and established chefs. This is an opportunity to lease office space in a landmark building above this notable gourmand community. The coworking space is fit with noise-reducing walls and other features to make sure tenants have privacy when needed, but there are also collaborative spaces and member events to continue The Bourse legacy- “place of exchange.” Exchange ideas, business cards and experiences with other professionals in the area, coupled with the flexibility that your business needs to thrive. The building is in the heart of Old City, facing the Liberty Bell and only a few blocks to Independence Hall, Washington Square, and Franklin Square.