Iron Stone Real Estate Partners (Andrew Eisenstein, Jason Friedland, Matthew Canno, Michael Pearson and Sam Patterson), has transformed 4601 Market Street into a dynamic and sustainable home for nonprofit and for-profit driven resources that strengthen individuals, families, communities and the local economy. Anchored by The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP), a world leader in pediatric care, research and development, Public Health Management Corporation, the region’s public health institute, and KIPP Philadelphia Octavius Catto Elementary, The Provident Building serves as a hub of commerce, collaboration, and community-driven public health and education services.

Iron Stone Real Estate Partners is a diversified, full service real estate company. Iron Stone and its related entities develop, own and manage educational, institutional, medical/healthcare, life sciences, commercial, residential and mixed-use properties in the Philadelphia Metropolitan Area. Over the course of its 30-year history Iron Stone has used its experience to recognize and support emerging and underserved markets and create a diverse portfolio that is managed to benefit its tenants and the community. Iron Stone’s expertise lies in aggressively pursuing underutilized, underperforming and undervalued real estate, creating a plan of action to resolve site-specific issues and realize the highest and best use.

About PHMC

For more than 45 years, PHMC has served as a leader in public health innovation and the delivery and management of critical programming throughout the region. PHMC has a network of 350 programs, a dozen subsidiary organizations and more than 2,500 employees offering critical services, including physical and behavioral health, child and family social services, criminal justice and education, to our region’s most vulnerable populations.
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