The Ritz-Carlton hotels built their brand on service. Guests’ comfort — their every wish — is the priority at these “five-diamond” accommodations around the world. The condominiums offered under the Ritz-Carlton brand are no different. In Philadelphia, the Residences at The Ritz-Carlton are in a new-construction, 48-story glass tower adjacent to the Ritz-Carlton hotel. It is one of the best places in the city to take in views of City Hall — no need to set an alarm clock when City’s Hall’s magnificent clock tower is your neighbor. The 270 residential units range from approximately 850 square feet to 2,045 feet with full-floor and half-floor, fully customizable penthouse units available. The Residences at The Ritz-Carlton is one of the tallest residential buildings in Philadelphia.
Condominiums are finished with open living/dining spaces, wood floors, top-grade cabinetry in kitchens and baths; stainless appliances and stone countertops. All have good, if not exceptional, natural light as they have curtain walls of windows. The views include the aforementioned City Hall close-ups, views of Dilworth Plaza and cityscape vistas.
While condo residents enjoy their own fitness center, pool, meeting rooms, media room and lounge, they have ready access to the same level of service that hotel guests have, including housekeeping, dry cleaning and laundry service, wine storage, room-service and catering from the hotel’s restaurant and spa services.
The location of the Residences At the Ritz-Carlton is convenient to the city’s business district on Market Street and the city’s major performance venues on Broad Street, among them the Kimmel Center and the Academy of Music. It’s also a quick hop to the Reading Terminal Market and the Pennsylvania Convention Center, not to mention the Art Museum Area and to the southwest, Rittenhouse Square.