MARLTON, NJ—Hill International has signed alease with Brandywine Realty Trust forapproximately 60,000 square feet of trophy-class office space atOne Commerce Square located at 2005 MarketStreet in Philadelphia, PA.


Hill will be moving its global corporateheadquarters from Marlton, NJ and consolidating space with itsexisting Philadelphia office in May 2015. The 12-year lease is forthe entire 17th and 16th floors of the 565-foot high skyscraper,the seventh tallest in Philadelphia. Newmark Grubb KnightFrank's Anne Klein and WayneFisher are handling Hill's account. Hillhas retained the architecture and interior design firmL2Partridge to design its new space.


"We are excited to be moving our global corporate headquartersinto this world-class building," says David L.Richter, Hill's president and chiefoperating officer. "The ability to consolidate our two localoffices plus the many benefits of being located in the Center Citybusiness district make this a great move for our company."


Hill International has 4,400 employees in 100offices worldwide. The firm provides program management, projectmanagement, construction management, construction claims and otherconsulting services primarily to the buildings, transportation,environmental, energy and industrial markets.


Correction 9/23/2014, 4:35 pm: An earlier versionof this story omitted the names of the NGKFexecutives handling the Hill Internationalaccount.

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