Pat Toomey's Philadelphia office is moving

Sen. Pat Toomey speaks to editorial boards of the Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News in October.

U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey's Philadelphia office is moving.

Starting March 1, the Pennsylvania Republican's office in Philadelphia will be in the U.S. Custom House at 200 Chestnut St.

Toomey said the lease for his current office at 1628 John F. Kennedy Blvd. is expiring and his staff had been searching for space in a federal building.

Toomey embedded facebook post.

Toomey has faced criticism in recent weeks for a lack of accessibility to constituents. The senator, who held a "tele-town hall" on Thursday, has faced scores of activists regularly demonstrating outside his offices and flooding his phone lines with calls.

A growing number of protesters have been showing up weekly outside this Philadelphia office for demonstrations called "Tuesdays with Toomey."

Toomey also has district offices in Allentown, Erie, Harrisburg, Pittsburgh, Scranton and Johnstown, in addition to his Capitol office. 

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