Iron Hill Brewery is Coming to Market East!
Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant today announced that it has leased 8,450 square feet, becoming the newest tenant to join the transformative East Market project located in Center City Philadelphia owned by National Real Estate Development. Founded in 1996 by Kevin Finn, Mark Edelson and Kevin Davies, Iron Hill is the Mid-Atlantic region’s most awarded and fastest growing collection of brewpubs. Scheduled to open in spring 2018, Iron Hill Center City (1150 Market Street) will mark the company’s highly-anticipated debut in a major metropolitan hub, setting the stage for further brand expansion along the East Coast.
The addition of Iron Hill to East Market will bring one of the most enduringly successful craft brewers in the United States just steps from the Pennsylvania Convention Center and Reading Terminal Market. It will also serve as one of only a handful of full-scale breweries within the city limits of Philadelphia.
“We’ve long wanted to join Center City’s exciting and diverse restaurant scene, but we wanted to be part of something from the ground up,” said Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant President and Founder Kevin Finn. “There has been tremendous population growth as places like East Market draw new residents to Center City. We take great pride in embracing the communities we serve, and that is especially true in Philadelphia. We look forward to opening our doors and raising a pint with our new neighbors and friends in spring 2018.”
What’s Inside the New Market East Location
To create the comfortable dining areas, open kitchen and exposed microbrewery that have become the hallmarks of Iron Hill, it has enlisted Street Sense, a design firm with offices in Bethesda, MD and Washington, DC. Street Sense has created a vibrant, sleek design allowing for all-access views of the brewery, which is highly visible behind the bar and enclosed in glass.
Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant currently operates 12 locations throughout Delaware, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. In 2016 Iron Hill received an investment from A&M Capital, which positioned the company to continue its 20-year expansion from one brewpub to now its 13th location at East Market.