Ideas Put to Work

On 11th and Chestnut, the Swartz Building is home to four floors of open concept office space for creative tech companies and two restaurant/retail spaces.


A History of Evolution

Formerly used as a furniture store, hat store, and engraving company, among others, the building has a long history of turning ideas into inventions. Now, with amenities including a roof deck and two restaurant and retail options, the Swartz Building plays a key role in revitalizing Midtown Village as a place to work, shop, live, and relax.

A Well-Crafted Design

The Swartz Building was built around 1841 to house the G. Vollmer Store for furniture, curtains, and upholstery. Over the years, it has been home to numerous shops and retail stores for quality crafted goods, including:


E.A. Wright Bank Note Company

For engraving, printing, and stationery


John B. Stetson Co

Hat manufacturing company est. 1865


S. Kind & Sons Jewelers

Fine handcrafted jewelry and sterling silver est. 1872

Swartz Furniture

Local furniture retailer est. 1946

Creative Offices

4 Floors | 2,225 - 8,920 SF

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Restaurant & Retail

2,000 - 8,000 SF

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