Built in 1991 and situated just around the corner from Rittenhouse Square, this 333-unit condominium building was designed to offer very good, if not, spectacular views, from most residences. Architect John M. Dickey created floor-t0-ceiling bay windows, and this feature is indeed a major design element on all four sides and on each of the corners. There are 32 floors to this building plus some attached townhouse units accessible via Chancellor Street. Amenities include a 24/7 doorman, rooftop pool, rooftop fitness center, sauna, community room for parties and garage parking for sale or lease.
With the Walnut Street shopping district at your front door, as well as many of the city’s favorite restaurants, Wanamaker House’s location is excellent.
After someone moves to Rittenhouse Square, long Philadelphia's most exclusive neighborhood, it seems the Square has a way of becoming the center of their universe, the sun around which everything else revolves. OK, perhaps that's an overstatement, but talk to long-time residents and they are quite clear that this is the only place they would consider buying a luxury condo in Center City Philadelphia.