Saturday, April 21, 2012
Another one of Philadelphia's ex-factories will become a modern, sustainable apartment building
Formerly known as the Goldtex building, you've probably seen this place before while riding in your car through Center City. If you were riding East on 676 and looked to your left (north) about halfway between 76 and 95, this building towered as a blown out, graffiti ridden billboard (much like the Divine Lorraine still does today; but hopefully, not for much longer).
The good news is that this eyesore is no more.
Construction has already begun to convert this vacant building into something great; 163 sustainable, luxury apartments in Philadelphia's ever-growing North Center City market.
Read on to learn more about the current multifamily market in Philadelphia.