The Wireworks Condominiums in the Old City Neighborhood! Every condo in this building has distinct character features that make it stand a part from its neighbor! Loft inspired studio condo boasts soaring beamed ceilings, beautiful exposed brick walls. Enter through a gracious entry foyer, around the corner and you hit the spacious living area with a separate sleeping nook, enter the kitchen through a brick archway. Tall factory style windows overlooking the treetops of the garden courtyard provide a tremendous amount of interior natural light. Storage is no issue here with wall of closets, oversized walk-in closet, Washer and Dryer Closet (w/d included). BIKE ROOM and Private STORAGE LOCKER INCLUDED and are located on the courtyard level of the building. Kitchen offers great cabinet & counter space. Three Piece Bath with Good Vanity storage, neutral wall tile in the tub, shower, and floor tiling! The Wireworks is a well-run building, healthy financials, Low Condo Fees, recently remodeled hallways and gracious lobby, Secured entry and intercom for easy communication with your guest, enter off a private lane, down the wooden bridge suspended over beautiful garden courtyard. Just a few steps to Sassafras Corner Market, Race Street Cafe~, Cafe~ Ole, enjoy views of the river from Race Street Pier or shop till you drop at one of the many boutiques, vintage clothing stores & art galleries that make this part of Old City so special! Easy access to major highways, Nj, public transportation including the Market Street Subway line. Multiple parking options available for additional fee, see garages for pricing! FHA & VA Approved & Pet Friendly!
About this Building
The many miles of wire produced at the c. 1900 Wireworks building at the turn of the 20th century helped to electrify the U.S. and connect thousands of telephones and telegraphs. Built by Alfred Fitler Moore (his grandfather had been producing wire in the U.S. since 1820 for women’s bonnets...Learn More
Old City is the sort of place where you might expect Benjamin Franklin to stroll past on his way to pay a visit to Betsy Ross at her home at 239 Arch Street. After all, the neighborhood is home to Independence National Historical Park and the many buildings where our Founding Fathers hammered out and debated the principles that guided the founding of the United States of America.
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