3rd Street


THIRD STREET runs north and south, parallel to the Delaware River. Several notable buildings are on 3rd Street corners, but carry the east-west street address, such as the Security Trust Building at 301 Market Street, and the Mickle Tower Apartment House, at 200 Mickle Boulevard.


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    THIRD STREET runs north and south, parallel to the Delaware River. Several notable buildings are on 3rd Street corners, but carry the east-west street address, such as the Security Trust Building at 301 Market Street, and the Mickle Tower Apartment House, at 200 Mickle Boulevard.

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