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THE ARSENAL IS A HISTORIC MUNITIONS R&D AND PRODUCTION CAMPUS IN PHILADELPHIA

5 multi-story loft buildings encompassing 208,000 sq. ft.

BLDG 209 - 3 floors, 38,622 sq. ft.

ARSENAL OVERVIEW

Today, the Arsenal is being reimagined by Alliance HSP as dynamic showroom, creative office, urban manufacturing and specialty distribution space just 15 minutes from Center City

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Campus
Arsenal Campus

210,000 SQ. FT. OF
INDUSTRIAL LOFT
BUILDINGS

5 MULTI-STORY LOFT BUILDINGS
ENCOMPASSING 208,000 SQ. FT.

Loading Dock

Freight Elevator

1 GUARDHOUSE
CONVERTED INTO
1,700 SQ. FT. OF
RETAIL SPACE
Workspace

HIGH-Caliber Workspace

The Arsenal’s flexible layouts are perfect for local businesses that want to combine high-quality creative office space with production, distribution, or showroom services under one affordable roof. Featuring high ceilings, concrete floors, expansive windows, and industrial architecture, tenants can customize their space to suit their needs.

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Expansive, customizable floorplans

Flexible Layouts Built For:

CREATIVE OFFICE

Showroom

Urban Manufacturing

Speciality Distribution

BLDG

101

RETAIL

ACTIVATING  The
Community

BLDG 101 is a
campus anchor
and local hub
We designed Bldg. 101 to serve as the central hub for the Arsenal campus. When opened in early 2019, Bldg. 101 will be a place for all of the community to come together and enjoy food and drink in a relaxed setting.
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HISTORY

Home to dynamic
HISTORY

Established in 1816, The Arsenal served as a staple to the industry and economy not just of Philadelphia—but of the entire country.

Once the center of U.S. military ammunition design and development, the space was a pivotal player in the Civil War, World War I and II, and the Vietnam War. The people who worked within these walls were artisans, engineers, physicists, inventors, and innovators. They did more than make ammunition, they made history.

POSITION
Engineer

A pioneer for African-American and women engineers, Yvonne launched her career at Frankford Arsenal.

Yvone Clark

POSITION
Maker

Alfreda helped break the color line during WWII as an ammunition and uniform maker at Frankford Arsenal.

Alfreda Macon

POSITION
Physicist

Herbert Fusfeld was a physicist studying the internal friction of metals.

Herbert Fusfeld Frankford Arsenal Tenant

Herbert Fusfeld

POSITION
Military

age 21, shown inspecting end of 40mm artillery cartridge case at Frankford Arsenal. ca. 1941

Bertha Stallworth Frankford Arsenal Tenant

Bertha Stallworth

LOCATION
Regional Rail
Delaware River
City Hall
Market-Frankford Line

THE FUTURE AT
FRANKFORD ARSENAL

GENERAL INTEREST

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