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Sunset in the Loft District. I’ve always loved the starkness of the industrial landscape and think I was destined to live here. I bought my place 15 years ago and have watched my neighborhood transform from no-man’s land to a hipster paradise. I like the influx of restaurants, bars and yoga studios, not to mention @therailpark 🌃 I just hope The Loft District (aka @callowhillneighborhood & #eraserhood) can continue hold onto some of its David Lynch-esque charm #nostalgia #loftdistrictphilly #callowhillphilly #philly #industriallandscape
As we’ve said who knows how many times before, surface parking lots are the worst. To their credit, the owners of this property are of the same mind, and they’re eliminating the surface lot, in a manner of speaking. That’s the construction that we noticed the other day, a structure that’s currently framed up to four stories. The building is technically an addition to the existing twelve-unit building, and it will include six more apartments. The parking is sticking around on the ground floor, and we’re not sure that whether this will be interior parking or the parking area will remain open to the elements.
At Love City Brewing, the beers are meant to be accessible, including everything from lagers to stouts to (God forgive them) a pumpkin seasonal. The flagship is the Eraserhood — a hazy, juicy “Northeast-style” IPA.