One Liberty Place
Structure in general
- First building in Philadelphia to break the gentlemen's agreement not to exceed the height of the William Penn statue on Philadelphia City Hall.
- The building's exterior features ice and snow melting systems.
- Cigna, one of the largest insurance companies in the United States, has its headquarters in this building.
- Sold to Philadelphia Liberty Property, L.P., on October 12, 1999, for $185 million. The land was also acquired at a cost of $28.2 million.
- One Liberty Place was the tallest building in Philadelphia and Pennsylvania from completion until surpassed by the Comcast Center in the first half of 2007.
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Developer, MEP engineering, Site agent, Light engineering, General contractor, Elevator supplier, Structural engineering, Construction company, Facade supplier, Property management
Features & Amenities
- One of the city's famous buildings