Stenton Guild is a 27,000sf brick and steel building located in the Germantown neighborhood of Philadelphia. This building was part of Philadelphia’s mighty industrial past and was built for the Norton Abrasives Company. Norton Abrasives is still in business today manufacturing sandpaper and grinding products for many industries.
The wide open space of the first floor features a woodshop with a full complement of professional woodworking machinery and a spray booth.
The second floor is suitable for office or artist studio space and features hardwood maple flooring, high ceilings, and abundant natural light from the many windows.
The dry open space of the basement is well lit and has the same high ceiling and square footage of the first and second floors. It is suitable for a variety of similar uses.
Amenities include key fob entrances, well lit fenced parking, video surveillance, air conditioning, and a 6000lb freight elevator. The indoor and outdoor loading docks can accommodate most delivery and shipping needs.
Keywords: Art Artist Artists Studio Studios Ceramics Sculptor Painter Woodshop Photographer