Philadelphia, PA - Mobile Offices, Storage Containers, Modular Buildings

360 Mobile Office is a nationwide leader in temporary/modular space and storage. Our service provides fast delivery to Philadelphia and it's surrounding area via our qualified supply partners.

Mobile Office Trailers

Mobile Office - Austin

8’ x 20’: 400 sq. ft.

10’ x 30’: 2160sq. ft.

24’ x 60’: 8400 sq. ft.

+ Other Sizes

Typical Lease Price: $180-$350

Uses: Construction Office, Sales/Retail Office Space, Disaster Recovery

For Sale, Rent or Lease


Storage Containers

storage container - Austin

20ft Standard

30ft Standard

40ft Standard

+ Other Sizes

Typical Lease Price: $75-$150

Uses: Construction Equipment & Material Storage, Excess Inventory

For Sale, Rent or Lease


Modular Buildings

modular building - Austin

10’ x 40’: 400 sq. ft.

36’ x 60’: 2160 sq. ft.

140’ x 60’: 8400 sq. ft.

+ Other Sizes

Typical Lease Price: $850-$3000

Uses: Classrooms, Offices, Medical Buildings, Retail Space

For Sale, Rent or Lease

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Philadelphia, PA

We Serve:
Philadelphia, Harlesville, Landsdale, Norristown, Pottstown, Wilmington, Chester, Woodbury, Pennsville, Vineland, Glassboro, Hammonton, Marlton, Trenton, Levittown, Riverside

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Featured Philadelphia Mobile Office, Container, and Modular Space Suppliers

Acton Mobile

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3655 Market Street
Aston, PA 19014

Philadelphia, PA
Branch Location

Anjer Container Sales

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901 Woodbine Avenue
Bensalem, PA 19020

Philadelphia, PA
Branch Location

Commonwealth Building Company

modular office complex

104 Potters Way
North Wales, PA 19454

Philadelphia, PA
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About Philadelphia

In a city rich with history, it’ no wonder people are drawn to Philadelphia, PA. This metropolitan area has nearly 6 million residents, with aspirations to grow even larger in the coming decades. The economy is focused on shopping centers, media outlets, and many other diverse business models, making this another town which suffered less during the recession. Though Philadelphia, PA certainly did not go through the economic downturn unscathed, it seems that their long history of persevering helped them manage to come out strong. In June 2010, the average housing listing price only dropped slightly, signaling the continued growth of the area. However, the median sales price of homes between March 2010 and May 2010 rose by over 8%, showing that people are ready to begin spending money again.

This is a good sign for businesses who want to come to the area. Those who are looking at setting up shop in Philadelphia, PA will want to explore the many building opportunities available, including on site steel storage, modular buildings, and mobile offices. With these convenient and unique building ideas, you will be able to create the space you desire, rather than having to adjust to the space that is available. The richness of Philadelphia, PA may not sound from the Liberty Bell anymore, but the continued success of the businesses shows that history always prevails in the end. What does this mean for real estate investors? More opportunities, better prices, and more stable values - just what everyone wants from a town.