Live at park towne place apartment homes in center city philadelphia, and you'll be blocks from the center of nightlife in logan square and rittenhouse square. Unit features modern kitchens, quartz countertops, stainless steel appliances, in-unit washers and dryers, breakfast bars, pendant lighting, tile backsplashes, wood plank flooring throughout, walk-in closets. Stunning city and museum views are offered in a variety of floor plans! Mainstreet market and cafe, featuring gourmet coffee and tea and much more! Fitness center with technogym equipment, queenax boxing gym, yoga/spin studio with indoor/outdoor workout space. It boasts philadelphia's largest pools, an art studio, fitness center with boxing gym, yoga/spin studio, social lounge with demonstration kitchen, gourmet market and cafe, outdoor lounge with fire pit, 24-hour concierge, 24/7 package acceptance, resident shuttle service to center city and university city and more. Make whole foods as your second kitchen conveniently located just 1 block away. Our apartments are within one mile of several institutions of higher education: drexel university, temple university, university of penn, chop, moore college of arts, community college of philadelphia. You won't find a better building to live with amenities in the fairmount area. Park towne place includes 948 apartment and penthouse homes within four high-rise towers. The community is nestled between green acres on the benjamin franklin parkway in the heart of center city philadelphia's museum district. Park Town.~*Only available for a 12 month or longer term*
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Park Towne Place Penthouses
In the middle of the Philadelphia’s Art Museum Area neighborhood, one of the most scenic mixes of green space and public buildings along the East Coast, is the three-building apartment community called Park Towne Place. The complex sports the clean lines, blond brick and sharp corners representative...Learn More
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.
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