About this listing
WHAT: Fully furnished, large bedroom, within a 2 bedroom unit.
Building security; password entry at all entrances - all modern amenities inside unit (washer/dryer, dishwasher, central air/heat, gas stove, microwave) -Intranet
The ceilings are high giving you that great city living and walking distance to many, restaurants, convention center, train station, along with easy access to all major highways. If you Looking to view temple this is perfect location.
7 minute walk to Reading Terminal Market VERY accessible via ALL modes of transportation: - bus stop outside of building - Broad Street Subway: Race or Spring Garden stops - 10 minute walk to Septa Market East Train - I-676 access nearby to I-95 and I-76
WHERE: Loft District. East-facing, excellent views of Ben Franklin Bridge.
WHEN: Availability based on calendar
WHO: Looking for someone who is. . . - clean and responsible - small dog friendly - gay friendly - career oriented or full time student, anyone who is respectful of their surroundings.
HOW: Email if interested in seeing the apartment or need more information. Thank you.
Local Places: Chinatown, Reading Terminal, Cafe Lift, Prohibition Taproom, Bufad and many more.
Opposite Broad Street from Fairmount and Spring Garden lies Callowhill, a neighborhood where edge and verve keeps the creatively inclined blood pumping.
With Spring Garden and Vine streets as its north and south borders and Sixth Street cutting off the ‘hood to the east, this is a spread-out, historically industrial enclave just north of Chinatown — the tight rowhomes that characterize so many other Philly nabes are not present here.
Callowhill’s also called “The Loft District,” a shout to its stylish modern high-rises and factory residences, or “The Eraserhood,” as filmmaker David Lynch’s bizarro-world opus Eraserhead was inspired by the area. Don’t worry, there are no terrifying radiator ladies to scare you here — just some of the city’s best live music venues, a steady-growing restaurant identity and a fascinating cluster of independent art venues.