Every now and then, a row house has to be more than a house. From the beginning of urban development, people have worked and live in the same buildings. Larger row houses are perfect for this intimate commerce. Below are a few of our favorite examples and we’ll be adding more as we come across them.
Zinc Bistro & Wine Bar
Zinc is a local French bistro restaurant and occupies the first floor of a Greek Revival tenement-style row house.
246 South 11th Street, Philadelphia, PA
Blendo Boutique sells vintage and unique gifts and occupies the first floor of a Federal Revival row house. Pine Street is known as antique’s row and most of the shops occupy row houses.
1002 Pine Street, Philadelphia, PA