Category: Commercial
Amazing New Commercial Listings in PHL

For more information on any of these properties, contact Christopher Plant ~ (215) 740-2339

5300-18 Wynnefield Ave, Philadelphia: $799,000

Prime newly constructed commercial space ready for long term, with the added bonus of a low maintenance ownership. No expense was spared in this project of a well-established and highly regarded construction company.

  • 5,785 square feet 
  • 9 individual office spaces 
  • Located on busy street in prime area- close proximity to City Ave and downtown PHL
  • Large parking lot 
  • 3 blocks from Wynnewood Train Station
  • New roof and fire suppression system 
  • Easily accessible from I-76

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82-88 (aka 90) E. Church Ln, Philadelphia: $599,000

This re-purposed commercial warehouse encompasses 16,000 square feet and is currently broken into 9 studio spaces. Occupied by various talented artists, woodworkers, sculptors and ceramicists, providing an annual income in excess of $53,000.

  • 15,696 square feet
  • 9 separate studio spaces 
  • Convenient location just off Germantown Ave
  • $45K worth of recent roof repairs 
  • Updated sprinkler system 
  • Corner property 
  • 4 minute walk to Chestnut Hill East Train Station 

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6120 Ridge Ave, Philadelphia: $365,000

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Great commercial opportunity. This property boasts a combined 9 private offices and kitchenette, and has convenient access to Lincoln Drive, I-76, Manayunk and the Main Line.

  • 2,790 square feet
  • 4 private offices on 1st floor, includes large conference table 
  • 3 offices and kitchenette on 2nd floor
  • 2 offices on 3rd floor 
  • basement entry
  • 2 large picture windows on facade 

 

For more information on any of these properties, contact Christopher Plant ~ (215) 740-2339


Old A.F. Bornot Dye Works Building Getting a Facelift

Bornot Dye plantWe just love to see life breathed back into old vacant buildings here in Philly. There’s something to be said about recognizing the potential of a building with really great bones, and even more to say about taking that recognition and turning it into action. That’s why we’re excited to hear that the Bornot Dye Works building (17th & Fairmount) is getting a much-needed second chance at the hands of MM Partners. Historically, MM Partners typically sticks close to their Brewerytown roots, but we’re so glad they’ve ventured north of Logan Square and given this diamond in the rough a shot.

Back in the eve of the 20th century, the building plans, designed by architect Werner Trumbower, were noted in the 1919 edition of Cleaning and Dyeing World, a publication on the Who’s Who of the dye world.

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The folks at MM Partners have big plans for this space that will bring even better things to the already great Spring Garden neighborhood, largely populated by more recent arrivals to the city who sought out reasonably priced roomy homes. The 75,000 sqft warehouse will be converted into both a retail and commercial space (some highlights expected include a bank branch, yoga studio, and coffee shop), as well as 18 residential apartments with 2 high-end lofts. Work has already begun on the massive project and is expected to wrap up late summer/early fall 2015.

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Commercial/Residential Property in Philly’s Busiest Tourist Attraction

South Street (particularly  between Front St. and 10th) in Philadelphia is a cool place; buzzing ’round the clock with an eclectic bunch of visitors and residents alike. As one of Philly’s busiest tourist attractions, swing by this ‘hood to see bohemians and business people mingling with the masses any day of the week. A stone’s throw away is the ever popular Washington Square West and Society Hill.

What happens when you mix such a fantastically diverse crowd with over 300 shops and over 60 bars, restaurants and cafes, and sprinkle in the perfect touch of fringe theater and live music? The answer: A really stellar spot for a commercial property.

Lucky for you we’ve got just the spot.

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428 South Street highlights a 3-story brick commercial/residential property that boasts over 2,400 square feet of space- including an 800 sq. ft. retail space and two residential apartments.

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See full listing here.