Once home to a custom hat manufacturer, this four-story warehouse has undergone a floor to ceiling renovation. Across the street from historic lofts and neighborhood fixtures like Café Lift and Prohibition Taproom, the block has a unique Philadelphia charm. Adjacent to the soon to be Reading Viaduct, an elevated park modeled after Manhattan’s High Line, the Warehouse Lofts are at the center of the neighborhood’s revival.
Enter the building from 13th st. and be greeted by marble inlay floors and cavernous ceilings. The first floor apartments have 16-foot high ceilings; successfully preserving the warehouse’s character. As you make your way up the wide oak staircase you will see cameras throughout the interior (as well as exterior) of the building.
Hamilton Square is a quick walk to Reading Terminal Market, Chinatown, premiere concert venues, Hahnemann Hospital, and the Broad St. Line, as well as minutes from I-95, 676 and West River Drive. You are less than a ten minute drive from Center City, Rittenhouse Square, Society Hill, Northern Liberties and New Jersey. Enjoy this calm and quiet setting within walking distance of many center city attractions.