Seller offering one year’s pre-paid parking. The Victory Building and Philadelphia City Hall are examples of the Second Empire Architecture Style, featuring engaged columns, pilasters, balustrades and arcades. Built in 1873 for the New York Mutual Life Insurance Company and located in the “Market East Neighborhood.” Originally built with three stories and a Mansard Roof, the top three stories were added between 1890 and 1891. In 2003, J.K. Roller Architects did the renovations and it’s as stately and polished as when it first opened in the late 19th Century. Today this landmark features a 24-hour concierge, elevators and fitness center. Our one bedroom space showcases oversized windows, white Shaker kitchen cabinets, granite tops with an island serving as breakfast bar, hardwood floors, tiled bathroom and plenty of closets. We are across the street from Jefferson Hospital and University. Bus station, parking all within 3 blocks.
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