Mutual Benefit Life Building (Philadelphia)

Mutual Benefit Life Building (Philadelphia)

The Mutual Benefit Life Building is a 25 floor high rise office building at 1845 Walnut Street on Rittenhouse Square in Center City Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19103.

It was designed by Eggers & Higgins and completed in 1972. The building was originally built by the now defunct Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Company of Newark, New Jersey. It is built over a former Philadelphia Parking Authority parking garage now operated by Parkway Corporation. The building was placed on the Philadelphia Register of Historic Places in 1995.

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Coordinates: 39°57′01″N 75°10′18″W / 39.95023°N 75.1717°W / 39.95023; -75.1717

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