The Philadelphia Eagles and coopers hawks have agreed to a three-year lease for a $1.1 million apartment at 1033 W. Broadway in the Midtown area, sources told Fox Sports.
The deal, which was announced on Thursday, is expected to close in the next few days.
Coopers, the largest real estate brokerage firm in the U.S., has owned the building at 1083 W. Broad Street for almost three decades, with the first tenant, the New York Times Co., moving out in 1999.
Cooper was a leading bidder for the property, which also includes a home at 10th and Broadway.
The building was also owned by the Uptown-based brokerage Cooley, which sold it to The Biltmore, the latest in a string of tenants in the building.
Coors also owns the vacant property at 541 W. 16th St. and has been exploring leasing it out.