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Contemporary Old City home in converted cigar box factory lists for $3.3M

It even has four-car parking

Via Alon Seltzer, BHHS Fox Roach

Old City is a neighborhood known for its, well, old buildings. Most of the structures are worn, colonial brick pieces steeped in history.

In a way, 115 North Orianna Street is no different. The building, which sits just blocks from the National Constitution Center and Independence Mall, dates back to the late 1800s and was once used as a cigar box factory.

But step inside, and it’s a whole new world. The building has been repurposed into homes and now holds a sleek, super contemporary, three-bed, three-bath home that just listed for $3,299,000.

The 4,200-square-foot apartment is accessible via private elevator entrance and it features oak flooring and some exposed brick.

But the real stunner of the home is the kitchen, which sits in the middle of the open space, featuring a Poggenpohl black wood backdrop and ceiling, as well as a long quartz island.

The apartment’s contemporary style continues in the master bedroom, where industrial-style light fixtures hang from the ceiling and grey drapes conceal four windows—two facing south and two facing west—that have skyline views.

The master bathroom features a deep concrete sink and a travertine shower.

There’s are several added bonuses to the place: no HOA fees and four-car parking.

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