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A peek inside Asset-Map’s new Old City offices

The fintech company moved from Bala Cynwyd to a 3,200-square-foot office in The Bourse in a bid to join Philadelphia's “vibrant tech community.”

The windows overlook the bustling Bourse. (Courtesy photo)

In a self-admitted attempt to plug into Philly’s startup community, fintech company Asset Map moved into a 3,200-square-foot office in Old City.
The company parted ways with the Bala Cynwyd office it had lived in since 2008 and took over Slice Communications’ old office in The Bourse, which has been itself in a push for the startup world.
(Slice, a PR firm with 16 full-time employees, moved back in September to a 6,000-square-foot office in Old City’s Stanley Building.)
Asset Map released a statement saying the move was geared at joining the “vibrant tech community of innovators in the city,” along with access to a broader talent pool.
“Many of us have lived and worked in the city for years and love the Philadelphia culture; we wanted to bring our business back into the heart of our home town,” said Asset Map CEO H. Adam Holt.
Here are a few shots of the new office:

Cozying up by the window. (Courtesy photo)

Cozying up by the window. (Courtesy photo)


Standing desks are an option. (Courtesy photo)

Standing desks are an option. (Courtesy photo)


The prerequisite foosball table. (Courtesy photo)

The prerequisite foosball table. (Courtesy photo)

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