The Historic Granary Building


The historic Granary, originally constructed in 1925 as a grain elevator, is a remnant of the industrial era in Philadelphia. It represents the last remaining grain elevator in the City of Philadelphia, the others having been demolished. This concrete building contains 72 silos which span the entire mid-section of the building. The building sits in the heart of the growing Logan Square neighborhood, just off of the Benjamin Franklin Parkway. The building was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.

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