223-227 Chestnut Street

The two buildings at 223-227 Chestnut Street were built sometime between 1851 and 1872 and served as the consulate of the German Empire. Despite their historic significance, these buildings sat vacant for over 40 years due to abandonment and the failures of prior development attempts. Even when the building’s

The 1843 original Horn & Hardart Automat building was a 24,000 square foot historical landmark in Philadelphia that still stands today. Located in the heart of Philadelphia on Jewelers Row near Thomas Jefferson University, Horn & Hardart’s Automat’s revolutionized the way Americans ate when