In the heart of Philadelphia’s Brewerytown, the historic F. A. Poth Brewery Complex has now reopened as the Poth Brewery Lofts. The project is part of the Brewerytown Historic District, which contains the largest surviving cluster of buildings associated with the city’s golden age of brewing in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Named for founder Fredrick A. Poth, the complex functioned as a brew house, refrigeration house, wash house, storage and stables during its time as the Poth Brewery. Developer MM Partners completed their rehabilitation of the complex, which now includes loft apartments, as well as commercial, gym, event space.