Welcome home to Center City One! This contemporary, pet-friendly building is in one of the city's most desirable locations. The Avenue of the Arts, Washington Square West, the Center City Business District and Rittenhouse Square are just steps away! Enter the building through the secure lobby, staffed 24 hours per day with a doorman. Continue up to the eighth floor and step into the unit. The bright, open living/dining room and kitchen area are flooded with light from the floor-to-ceiling windows. The new maple hardwood flooring and crown molding accent the freshly-painted walls. In the recently upgraded kitchen, the Corian counters, a gas stove, built-in microwave and dishwasher are at the ready to be used to create gourmet meals! There is ample cabinet space and recessed lighting, and the space flows directly to the dining area with new chandelier lighting and plenty of room for seating. Enjoy concealed pull-down shades in the living and dining rooms and the comfort of the new April Aire central humidifier. The highly efficient floor plan provides a bedroom and an bathroom on each side of the unit. Each bedroom has recent rewiring and new dimmer switches, large walk-in closets with custom shelving and huge windows. One bathroom provides a tub and one provides a large shower, and each have been recently updated with contemporary features. The building is pet-friendly and includes a cable package with HBO GO and basement storage. Making this unit your new home will mean enjoying the efficiency of being located on several Septa routes, having a convenience store and a dry cleaner at the base of the building, an on-site handyman and available optional parking. Bicycle parking/storage is available from the building for an annual fee. A vehicle parking spot is available for an additional cost from the seller.
About this Building
Center City One
Built in 1974 as an apartment complex and then converted to condominiums in 1982, Center City One features 182 units. The bulk of them are for-sale condominiums, but about 60 are rentals. Located on Spruce Street, just around the corner from the Avenue of the Arts, otherwise known as Broad Street,...Learn More
Like so many of Philadelphia’s neighborhoods, Washington Square is rich in historical landmarks dedicated to Pennsylvania’s long heritage. One of five original squares for Philadelphia as planned by William Penn and his surveyor, Thomas Holme, its original name was Southeast Square. Just a minute’s walk from Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell, the park itself is included...
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