27 North 3rd Street, also known as The Manufacturer~s National Bank Building, was designed by John Fraser, Frank Furness, and George Hewitt, and built in 1870. Frank Furness, a prolific architect, is also known for designing many other prominent Philadelphia buildings including Broad Street Station and The Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. Twenty-foot tall front doors and a massive, intricately designed skylight are signature of the building~s unique architectural style. 27 North 3rd Street totals just over 8,000 useable square feet and features 8 offices spread out over the building~s five floors. It provides the ideal opportunity for an owner-user or investor looking for a signature location. Located in Philadelphia's Old City neighborhood, one of the most historic in the country, which is home to Independence Hall, Elfreth~s Alley, the Betsy Ross House and many more historic sites. The neighborhood also contains a diverse mix of dining establishments, independent retailers, world-class museums, and art galleries. The building is conveniently located close to public transportation, with the Market-Frankford El less than 2 blocks away.
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