Built in 1928 for N.W. Ayer & Sons, the country’s first advertising agency, The Ayer stands as a monument to the power of mass communication and the age of art deco. Located at the vibrant nexus of Society Hill, Old City and Center City, The Ayer overlooks 6.4 acre Washington Square – one of five laid out by William Penn in 1682. As in 1929, The Ayer of today exists in resolute harmony with its environment – a tribute to the enduring power of urban resistance.
210 West Washington Square, Philadelphia PA