27 N 3rd Street
27 North 3rd Street, The Manufacturer’s National Bank Building, totals 8,022 useable square feet and features eight offices spread out over the building’s four floors. It provides the ideal opportunity for an owner-user or investor looking for a signature location. 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. 20-foot-tall front doors and a massive, intricately designed skylight are signatures of the building’s unique architectural style. The Old City neighborhood, one of the most historic in the country, 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 two blocks away. Property tours are available by appointment only. Please contact Daniel Gummel to schedule at firstname.lastname@example.org or 610-212-9997.