Bank Building Omni Hotel at 421 Chestnut Street in Philadelphia
At A Glance Bank Building
Year Built: 1857
Parking: Yes
Fitness Center: No
Doormen: Yes
Pet Friendly Yes
Pool: No
Smoking: Non-Smoking
  • Building Features
    • 20 units/6 floors
    • Doorman
    • Valet parking
    • Fitness center
    • Housekeeping services
    • Across from Independence Hall
    • Concierge services
    • Spa services
    • Pool
    • Room service
  • Residence Features
    • High-end finishes
    • Wood floors
    • In-unit washer/dryer
    • Original architectural details
    • Barrel-vaulted ceilings
  • Area Highlights
    • Independence National Historic Park
    • Washington Square Park
    • National Liberty Museum
    • Museum of the American Revolution
    • Historical streetscapes of Society Hill
    • National Constitution Center
    • National Museum of American Jewish History
    • Wide array of top-rated restaurants
  • Description

    Historical details, high-end finishes and hotel services.

    The Bank Building at the Omni Hotel is in a historical hotspot directly across from Independence Hall. This building was designed in 1857 by architect John M. Gries (who died in 1862 in the Civil War) for Bank of Pennsylvania, later to become Philadelphia National Bank. It went through a number of alterations but has largely remain unchanged since 1908. The Bank Building’s residents benefit from the services of the attached Omni Hotel — similar to the Residences at the Ritz-Carlton. Room service, housekeeping services and such amenities as an indoor pool, fitness center, concierge desk and valet parking are shared between the hotel and condos.

    There are 20 units in the Bank Building. Only a few have been on the market in the past five years. Each of the 20 condos has high-end finishes juxtaposed against exposed-brick, barrel-vaulted ceilings, some exposed-brick walls and mostly custom kitchens and baths. Those who have been in the market looking at condo buildings likely will spot the higher quality in the Bank Building’s finishes. Almost all the condos have an open-plan main living space with kitchens open to living/dining areas. Some has gas fireplaces. The units facing Chestnut Street have tall, arched windows. The view toward Independence Hall and the park is exceptional – living at the Bank Building really does put one at the epicenter of our nation’s birth, and many neighborhood landmarks will remind one of the importance Philadelphia played in turning colonies into an independent democracy.

Bank Building

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Philadelphia’s Society Hill is one of the most popular and picturesque residential neighborhoods in the city, and really, fans of Philadelphia will tell you, on the entire East Coast. Blocks of restored historic brick town houses and cobblestone streets take visitors back to earliest days of the United States. The neighborhood's walkable proximity to both Old City and Center City and its overall gentility make it...
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