Phoenix Condominiums in Philadelphia at 1600 Arch St.
At A Glance The Phoenix
Year Built: 1925
Parking: Yes
Fitness Center: No
Doormen: Yes
Pet Friendly Yes
Pool: No
Price per SqFt: $641
Fee per SqFt: $0.71
  • Building Features
    • 24/7 doorman
    • 24/7 concierge service
    • Starbucks on site
    • Philadelphia Federal Credit Union (PFCU)
    • Valet shoe shining service
    • Weight room
    • Private conference room w/dining facilities
    • Private storage lockers available
    • Receiving room for mail/package delivery
    • 24/7 valet parking
    • 24/7 access to Suburban Station Regional Rail Concourse
    • Tir Na Nog Irish Bar & Grill
    • Valet dry cleaning service
    • Fitness center featuring personal training
    • The Phoenix Club Room
    • Wi-fi in all common areas
    • Rooftop terrace
    • Steps away from a Wawa!
  • Residence Features
    • Good natural light with broad windows
    • Wood floors in main living spaces
    • Breakfast bar
    • Granite counters in bathrooms
    • For most units:
    • Neutral tile in kitchen
    • Granite countertops
    • In-unit washer/dryer
  • Area Highlights
    • Truly in the center of the city
    • Philadelphia Museum of Art
    • Rodin Museum
    • Free Library of Philadelphia
    • Eakins Oval
    • Tree-lined Ben Franklin Parkway
    • Boathouse Row
    • Walk to business district
    • Barnes Foundation
    • Franklin Institute
    • Academy of Natural Science
    • Swann Fountain
    • Fairmount Park
  • Description

    A National Historic Landmark building with exquisite details.

    The Phoenix at 1600 Arch Street is the one place you can live in Philadelphia and travel to Europe without stepping foot outside. With the ability to walk from your residence to Suburban Station’s concourse without going above-ground, you can catch regional rail to wherever you need to go — whether it’s to the Philadelphia International Airport or 30th Street Station to hop on Amtrak. But that’s not the primary reason people love The Phoenix. It’s simply one of the most beautiful residential buildings in the city with a full suite of amenities.

    Added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1978, The Phoenix has long been recognized for its Georgian Revival design created by architects Stewardson & Page. In 1926, the year after the building was completed as the headquarters for the Insurance Company of North America, its design earned a gold medal from the Philadelphia chapter of the American Institute of Architects.

    Fast-forward to 2002. The building underwent a dramatic but sensitive renovation as it was converted to 267 condominiums with several floors of commercial space at street level. All the features that conveyed stability and safety — key for an insurance company — are still there, from the enormous bronze entry doors and window surrounds to the Kasota and Carerra marble floors and granite columns to foot-thick concrete floors. Intricate millwork and moldings, coffered ceilings, bronze-paneled elevator doors — the building is a masterpiece.

    Residential units range from studios to two bedrooms, some with a den that can serve as a guest room in a pinch. There are, more or less, 32 floor plans. Many of the residences have wood flooring in the main living area and neutral carpet in the bedrooms. Some have had updates made to kitchens and baths. Some have outstanding views of City Hall and the skyline while others look toward the Art Museum Area. Even if an apartment doesn’t have a prime view, the roof deck on the building provides a perch from which to take in dramatic city views.

    The location of The Phoenix at 1600 Arch places it at the intersection of several neighborhoods – an unusual position. We’re calling it “Art Museum Area,” as it’s at the front edge of the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, but it also is very close to Logan Square and the Avenue of the Arts. For the person who wants to be close to the museums, close to the business district and not too far from Rittenhouse Square, the Phoenix is an ideal option.

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The focus of the Art Museum Area/Fairmount neighborhood is self-evident: The Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Rodin Museum, the Barnes Foundation, the Franklin Institute, the Academy of Natural Sciences,  and the Please Touch Museum -- let's see, have we forgotten any? -- are all located in this vibrant, beautifully planned part of the city.Bordered on the west by Fairmount Park, the largest landscaped city park (4,100...
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