Located steps from the final resting place of Benjamin Franklin, National Realty Investment Advisors, LLC (NRIA) is proud to present the 10 luxury units at Lippincott Alley in Olde City, Philadelphia. This area is one of the most historical neighborhoods country wide. The street are literally filled with memories of our Founding Fathers. Not to mention, every amenity and job opportunity that city life can offer are right outside your door. This complex is minutes from a series of restaurants & cafes. Plus, tenants can capitalize on the excellent proximity to mass. Families will also benefit with nearby schools, including Thomas Jefferson University.

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Each unit at Lippincott Alley is built with all of the top of the line, modern conveniences expected in a high end luxury home, including exclusive modifications not offered in this market to help produce greater monthly rental income and higher return on investment when selling.

Additional amenities include:

  • 4,752 Total Sq. each unit
  • 4 bed rooms
  • 5 bathrooms 4 full 1 Half Bath
  • 10ft+ ceilings
  • Sub Zero/Wolf Custom Gourmet Kitchens
  • 2 car garage
  • Finished Basement
  • Media room
  • Large 2nd FL Balcony
  • 5th Floor Indoor Wet Bar with temperature controlled wine frig, quartz counter top and imported cabinetry
  • Large Roof Deck with Azek Composite wood decking
  • Panoramic City Skyline Views
  • 6 Stop Private elevator (from basement to Roof deck)

The luxury investment homes at Lippincott Alley have achieved premium resale value and rent valuations and offer a minimum of $630,000 of built-in equity for resale, a positive economic cash flow, 5 years of guaranteed rents to cover all expenses at breakeven (rents are $9,000 a month), and 10 years of no property tax – all of which make an investment at 44-50 N. 3rd St. investment homes an absentee owner’s dream return! Visit NRIA.net for more details or call (201) 210-2727 to find out how you can own a piece of history today!

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