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448 N 10th Street

... the devil is in the details


448 North 10th is a 7-story, 50,000 SF building constructed in the early 1900's as the Haverford Cycle Company. It is one of the last industrial buildings of its kind in the Spring Arts district. Adjacent to the Reading Viaduct, 448 North 10th has unhindered views of the proposed Rail Park and the city skyline. The building's historic facade, location, and open floor plan hold potential opportunities for redevelopment and prospective tenants. 

448 N 10th Street... one of the cooler looking buildings in the area
— Naked Philly of the Loft District’s surviving industrial buildings that is yet to be fully redeveloped.
— Philaphilia

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