247 Broad Street

Progress Building

Year Built: 1929

Square Footage: 27,200

Space Description: Restaurant, Retail, Loft Office

The Progress Building was built in 1929 and was originally the home of Montgomery Ward. The Spirit of Progress emblem was featured on many of the Montgomery Ward buildings across the country. The emblem featured a woman balancing on a globe and holding a torch and was based on the Spirit of Progress statue designed by sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens. The building was eventually home to Parks –Belk and featured a new façade. The original façade was restored in the 1980’s. Urban Synergy has made multiple improvements to the building since it acquired the building in 2006.

Building Features:
Perfect space to get out of your house or office to start your business
Prime Broad Street address
Elevator access right to your door
Energy-Efficient Art-Studio Lighting
Free access to High-Tech Conference Room
Move-in Ready
Ample parking within a one-block radius
Restored Original Maple Hardwood Floors and Acid Stained-Concrete Floors Throughout the Common Area
Men's and Women's Handicap Accessible Restrooms
Fully Sprinklered

Floor Plan: information to come