School District: The School District Of Philadelphia
Property Type: Commercial Lease
ONE OF PHILADELPHIA’S FIRST TAVERNS AVAILABLE FOR LEASE. 127-29 Spruce St is a 2,832 +/- SF, 3-story building with 49’ of frontage on Spruce St. Zoning: RMX-3. Looking for creative uses for one of Philadelphia’s most historic buildings & one of the city’s first taverns, “A Man Full of Trouble”. A Man Full of Trouble is Philadelphia’s only surviving pre-Revolutionary War tavern. Constructed in 1759 on the north side of Little Dock Creek near 2nd and Spruce Streets, it is also one of the city’s oldest buildings. According to the earliest history of Philadelphia, the tavern’s original name was “A Man Loaded with Mischief,” after a notorious English pub.
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