30th Street Station
30th Street Station
30th Street Station

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About 30th Street Station

In 1988, SWH Management, Inc., a subsidiary of Hines, was hired to manage the renovation and restoration of the 30th Street Station train station in Philadelphia. The $75 million project included the restoration of the main concourse area with its 90-foot-high coffered ceiling and massive marble columns; refurbishment of the building's exterior; rehabilitation of 280,000 square feet of office space; and the conversion of a former mail handling facility into a 420-car underground parking garage.

The renovation of 30th Street Station was completed in the spring of 1991.

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  • 30th and Market Streets, Philadelphia, PA


  • West bank of Schuylkill River at the intersection of 30th and Market streets


  • Restoration Architect Dan Peter Kopple & Associates

Building Details

  • 435,000 square feet
  • 8 floors


  • AGC Build America Award in recognition of the outstanding restoration effort
  • The award is a part of the International Illumination Award Program (IIDA)
  • ASID Interior Design Project Award