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Tom Hanks and Antonio Banderas' Philadelphia Loft Asks $719K

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Constructed in 1920 as a Phillies Cigars factory, this building was converted into residences in 1984, and played a starring role in the 1993 film Philadelphia, as the loft that Andrew Beckett (Tom Hanks) and Miguel Alvarez (Antonio Banderas) shared. The two-bedroom loft, asking $719,000, boasts 15-foot ceilings, insulated windows, 3/4 inch thick wide plank oak floors, an upgraded kitchen, and two staircases that ascend to a mezzanine level den/office with a large master bedroom suite. Also - a spiral staircase leads to a huge open studio basement with 11-foot ceilings and direct freight elevator access. Indoor heated parking is also included.
· Philadelphia film locations [Movie-Locations]
· 700 South 10th Street, Unit 1A [Estately]