Pyramid Lofts

Philadelphia , PA
Cost: $11.7 Million | Previous Use: Warehouse | Current Use: Apartments

Project Details

MM Partners rehabilitated the Harry C. Kahn & Son Warehouse, also known as the Pyramid Electric Building, located in Philadelphia’s Brewerytown neighborhood.  The 1922 Commercial Style warehouse had been vacant for decades prior to the rehabilitation. Sited at the former Pennsylvania Rail Line at the edge of the neighborhood, the building has become a recognized landmark in Brewerytown .


MM Partners transformed the long-vacant warehouse into 50 unique lofts with commercial space at the ground floor. The rehabilitation incorporated graffiti which was tagged on the interior of the building during the period of vacancy, with distinctive works in many of the units. In addition, new industrial style windows were installed throughout the building and the iconic “Pyramid Electric” signage was restored.


Incentives Utilized:


  • Federal Historic Tax Credits
  • Pennsylvania State Historic Tax Credits (Pennsylvania Historic Preservation Incentive Tax Credit Program)


Photo Credits: Alcove Media