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Corner condo next to Rail Park wants $540K

There’s so much light

The asking price of this Callowhill condo in the Rebman Building is $540,000.
Photos courtesy of Sivel Group

A sunny condo in the 110-year-old Rebman Building in Callowhill has hit the market, this time to the tune of $540,000. That price tag buys a 1-bedroom corner unit right next to the future Rail Park.

That price tag for a 1-bedroom make cause a double take, but for reference, a condo in this building that was set up as a studio recently sold in January for $610,000—$11,000 above its original asking price.

This condo is pretty spacious, too. It clocks in at 1,678 square feet and has 13-foot-tall ceilings. And given that it’s a southern-facing corner unit, expect plenty of light streaming through the many windows. (There are views of City Hall’s William Penn statue peaking out above the roof tops.)

Storage doesn’t seem to be an issue, either. The bedroom, which is separated by a room divider, has bed with a whole wall of cherry cabinets built around it. There’s a ton of storage in the kitchen as well, where an additional set of cabinets have been installed above, nearly reaching ceiling height.

And because living in these old warehouses and factories can be quite loud, the condo has a custom sound-dampening system installed in the ceiling and the floors.

Monthly HOA fees are $468 and the condo comes with a parking spot in the garage.