Wolf Commercial Real Estate said it was recently appointed as the exclusive leasing agent for 900 Haddon Ave., a freshly revitalized office property that promises to redefine the essence of work-life balance.
Under the new ownership of Station House Holdings LLC, this property has undergone an extensive renovation that has breathed new life into the building, making it innovative and modern.
The rejuvenated 900 Haddon Ave. offers state-of-the-art facilities, expansive communal areas and sophisticated meeting rooms. The property encourages tenants to thrive in an environment that nurtures both professional and personal growth.
900 Haddon Ave. offers customizable suites designed to cater to the diverse needs of professional, office, creative and medical tenants alike, with spaces ranging from cozy offices to expansive layouts, accommodating up to 17,000 square feet.
900 Haddon Ave. also offers an innovative coworking space designed to fulfill tenant “must-haves.” Colls Suites provides the convenience of flexible lease terms with the option to choose from private offices tailored to accommodate up to three employees. The coworking area has unlimited access to shared amenities, including a fully equipped kitchenette and lounge areas.
Located just minutes away from Philadelphia, 900 Haddon Ave. provides tenants with seamless access to Center City. 900 Haddon Ave. has direct access to the PATCO High-Speed Line, allowing for a quick and convenient commute, making this building the ideal choice for professionals seeking the best of both worlds.
The driving force behind this renovation are the new owners, Eyal Reggev and Roy Raiter of Station House Holdings LLC. As innovative entrepreneurs, they are committed to revitalizing properties and fostering community growth. Their passion for uplifting spaces and creating opportunities has breathed new life into this once-forgotten office building, elevating it into a symbol of progress for Collingswood.
As Reggev explains, “We recognized the potential in this property and aimed to revitalize it, bringing something new to the community.”