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A COLLECTION OF BOUTIQUE APARTMENTS

OVERVIEW

Harbisons Dairy is a collection of
boutique apartments refashioned from
a historic dairy plant.

Our vision is to create a place where residents and neighbors
alike can find culture and community, all while recognizing the
soul and spirit that has made this building so beloved.

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BUILDING

Honoring the Past with New Life

Original details, amenities that nurture and connect, and access to transportation and culture are just the beginning. Harbisons Dairy is a home base for those who want more than a place to live, but a place that brings new life.

SEE THE BUILDING

OVERVIEW

Harbisons Dairy is a collection of
boutique apartments refashioned from
a historic dairy plant.

Our vision is to create a place where residents and neighbors
alike can find culture and community, all while recognizing the
soul and spirit that has made this building so beloved.

CONTACT US

BUILDING

Honoring the Past with New Life

Original details, amenities that nurture and connect, and access to transportation and culture are just the beginning. Harbisons Dairy is a home base for those who want more than a place to live, but a place that brings new life.

SEE THE BUILDING

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INTERESTED IN US?

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NEIGHBORHOOD

Tucked beside The El & all of Fishtown—with dining, recreation, and culture at your doorstep.

NEIGHBORHOOD

Tucked beside The El & all of Fishtown—with dining, recreation, and culture at your doorstep.

HISTORY

A Mark of Industry in
Philadelphia

Harbisons Dairy was constructed in the late 19th century when the neighborhood was known for its working-class character. In 1865, Robert Harbison moved his family from Gwynedd, PA to Kensington to start his dairy empire.

“The reactivation of this building will help turn Kensington back into an industrial powerhouse while maintaining its history.”
-Sterling Wilson, Developer

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HISTORY

A Mark of Industry in
Philadelphia

Harbisons Dairy was constructed in the late 19th century when the neighborhood was known for its working-class character. In 1865, Robert Harbison moved his family from Gwynedd, PA to Kensington to start his dairy empire.

“The reactivation of this building will help turn Kensington back into an industrial powerhouse without destroying its history.”
-Sterling Wilson, Developer

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HARBISONS TEAM We are developers, designers,
builders, and makers. Turning a historic
dairy plant into a home.

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HARBISONS TEAM We are developers, designers,
builders, and makers. Turning a historic
dairy plant into a home.

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FOR CREATIVES. BY CREATIVES.