Designed to meet the needs of both emerging and established collectors, the modern development at 2400 Market Street enhances the auction buying and selling experience for Freeman's local and international clientele. Situated along the Schuylkill River with quick access to 30th Street Station, Freeman's new gallery will host a year-round season of focused fine auctions across multiple disciplines. Freeman's also plans to cultivate the space as a premier cultural venue and is currently developing a program of events set to begin in Spring 2020 that will invite the Philadelphia community and beyond.
The gallery, located on the ground floor in Suite 105, is best accessed from the Aramark Building's East Promenade, entered by foot from either the South side of Market Street or the North side of Chestnut Street. Corporate offices are located in Suite 304, accessed through the main lobby.
Hourly parking lots are conveniently located at 23rd and Market and 2979 Arch Street - 30th Street Station
Freeman’s Southeast is our regional office in the historic capital city of Richmond, Virginia. This location provides the area with a local connection to the global art market through auction and appraisal services as well as cultural events and community involvement. With a combined 30 years of auction house experience, the Freeman's Southeast staff provides the full gamut of auction services; from complimentary verbal estimates to written appraisals for all purposes including estate-planning, estate tax, charitable donations, gift tax and insurance.
With over 200 years of history in the Greater Philadelphia region, Freeman’s is proud to offer a Main Line consignment inquiry office and showroom gallery, conveniently located in Wayne’s Eagle Village Shopping center on Lancaster Avenue. The mission of Freeman’s luxury Main Line office is to make consigning, auction registration, and appointments a convenience for our valued clients in Montgomery, Chester, and New Castle counties.
Freeman's second Philadelphia location is situated within the Civic Building—an adaptive reuse residential/retail space at 1600 West Girard Avenue. This venue will feature sales catered more specifically to emerging markets and young collectors. The space will allow Freeman's to process and sell items of more modest value with greater frequency and to an appropriate audience. This space is also home to our Books & Manuscripts department. All operations related to the processing of property—including drop-offs & pick-ups, billing & payment, cataloguing & photography—will be managed through this location.
The gallery's main entrance, located on the ground floor in Suite C2, along with Freeman's loading zone is best accessed from the building's West side, immediately adjacent to the onsite parking lot.
A short-term parking lot is conveniently located onsite on the building's West side, entered from Girard Avenue