Lower Northeast Church Site

1001 W Wingohocking St Philadelphia, PA 19140

1001 W Wingohocking St, Philadelphia, PA, 19140
1001 W Wingohocking St, Philadelphia, PA, 19140
Property Type:
Other Special Purpose
Last Verified:
Mar 14, 2021


  • Amazing location
  • Excellent retail location
  • Off Roosevelt Boulevard
  • Easy access to Route 1
  • Few blocks to Broad Street


1001 W. Wingohocking St. has been a church for at least 100 years. The most recent ownership has been in the last 45 years of one denomination at this location.
This building shows an improvement space of 22,000+ square feet according to city records, However I believe the square footage is closer to 30,000 ft.² based on touring the site.
The building is being offered in as is condition and the seller will make no warranty or guarantees of anything on the property. The sale of this property includes 4504 & 4506 North 10th Street.

This property is located in the lower north east Logan section of Philadelphia. Just a few blocks from Broad Street, The site Is at the corner of Roosevelt Boulevard (RT1 South) and West Wingohocking St with street to street fronatge.

Building Size: 22650sq ft
Lot Size: 0.3 acres

Map of 1001 W Wingohocking St, Philadelphia, PA, 19140

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