In 2001, it was vacated, a victim of the garment industry'sshift to overseas production.

The masonry and concrete block facility was built in 1946 andexpanded in 1964. It includes 12,000 sf of office space, ashowroom, and three dock-high loading doors. The office area isair-conditioned and the building has a full wet sprinklersystem.

Downtown's Old City section is currently being redeveloped and"gentrified" by factory conversions to residential, retail andoffice uses. The building is served by public transportation andoffers access to I-95 and the Benjamin Franklin Bridge.

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