Tuesday, June 21, 2022

Philadelphia Inquirer Inks Long-Term Lease for New Headquarters

 By Caleb Hayes CoStar Research

The Philadelphia Inquirer has signed a long-term lease at 100 Independence Mall West for its new headquarters, which is set to accommodate increased hybrid and remote work.

The 193-year-old newspaper is set to occupy 36,744 square feet on the sixth floor of 100 Independence Mall West, a 419,175-square-foot office building owned by Keystone Development + Investment that is now 97% leased.

"This move underscores our commitment to Philadelphia and our work by putting The Philadelphia Inquirer in the most historic setting in the country," Inquirer Publisher and CEO Lisa Hughes said in a press release. "We are eager to be in our new space, which we are designing to allow us to collaborate in new and innovative ways."

The Inquirer is expected to move into its new headquarters space during the first quarter of 2023. The newspaper is the latest major tenant at 100 Independence Mall West, joining The Macquarie Group, U.S. General Services Association and Nelson Worldwide.


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