Supreme elegance and true livability

The AF Bornot Dye Works Lofts was originally constructed in 1901 by the architecture firm of Baker & Dallett to serve as the corporate headquarters for the AF Bornot Brothers Dye Works Company.  This landmark building is now available to a discerning few seeking to live at Fairmount’s' most coveted address. 

This spectacular project features 17 distinctive one, two and three bedroom loft residences ranging from 900 square feet to 1650 square feet and reflects the absolute best that Fairmount has to offer. 

With ceiling heights over 11 feet in the residences, featuring modern luxurious finishes combined with many exposed original details, the AF Bornot Dye Works Lofts combine supreme elegance and true livability in close proximity to the best Philadelphia has to offer.


  • 24/7 Fitness Center

  • Hot Yoga Studio

  • Washer/Dryer

  • Private Storage available

  • Modern Kitchen With Stainless Steel Appliances and Quartz Counter Tops

  • Soaring 11’+ Ceilings and Large Architectural Windows

  • Exposed Original Ceilings and Columns Integrated As Design Elements

  • Large Walk In Closets

  • Generously Sized Bathrooms w/ Jacuzzi Tubs & Separate Shower’s

  • Central Heating & Cooling

  • Private Parking 

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                                                                           AF Bornot Dye Works Lofts Press

Some History of the Building Behind the A.F. Bornot Lofts

July 17, 2016, Alan J. Heavens, - Philadelphia Inquirer

Brewerytown: David Waxman, MM Partners Building Up Brewerytown

June 3, 2016, Jordan Gunselman and Jeseamy Muentes, Philadelphia Neighborhoods

Where to Rent In Philly Right Now

May 26, 2016, Melissa Romero, Curbed Philly

Mixed-Use Projects Are As Challenging As They Are Necessary

May 26, 2016, Mathew Rothstein, Bisnow

Hubbub Coffee Coming to AF Bornot Dye Works

May 16, 2016, Kenneth Hilario, The Business Journal - Philadelphia

MM Partners' David Waxman On Mixed-Use Development and The Brewerytown Revival

May 11, Matthew Rothstein, Bisnow

Inside the AF Bornot Dye Works Factory Transformation

May 4Melissa Romero, Curbed Philly

ULI Case Study: AF Bornot Dye Works--Phildelphia

May 2, 2016, Payton Chung, Urban Land Institute

From Industrial Space Comes MM Partners' Lofts/Retail Project

April 18, Alan J. Heavens,



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