The Murano is a distinctive, curved luxury condominium tower in Philadelphia with a location that positions its residents for all points of employment and recreation in the city. Step out the door and in a few minutes’ walk you can be at some of the tallest office towers in the city (Comcast’s two behemoths, for example) and City Hall, or you can head west to 30th Street Station and hop on Amtrak or SEPTA to pretty much anywhere you need to go. The expanding Cira Centre complex of skyscrapers is just west of The Murano. Take out your bicycle and you’ll be in Fairmount Park in no time. Walk a few blocks south and soon you’ll be in Rittenhouse Square and its shopping and restaurant district. Farther west is University City with Drexel University and University of Pennsylvania campuses. This central location (with a Trader Joe’s next door) is a just one reason The Murano is so popular.
Its interior spaces and epic views are the other reason. Walls of glass, graceful and curving, frame magnificent long-distance views. Wood floors, ultramodern kitchens and bath, small terraces on many unit and airy, open main living spaces add to the building’s appeal. The Murano lobby features a doorman and concierge desk available to all residents. A large fitness center, pool, sun deck and parking garage are just some of the amenities in the building.
If The Murano sounds like a potential fit for your needs, contact our in-house expert, Jason Kravitz of Kurfiss Sotheby’s International Realty’s Rittenhouse Square office. He is a resident of The Murano and has handled dozens of resales and rentals in the building. He also has renovated and joined units in the building, so if you are considering buying and renovating, he has first-hand experience in that area as well.