The Philadelphian Best Buy. Bright ~ Open ~ Spacious. The entire unit faces the Art Museum with Center City Views.Unit features a welcoming foyer, 10 ft ceilings, two bedrooms, two full tile baths, 1976 square feet, tons of customized closets, separate laundry room, beautifully finished hardwood floors throughout with floor to ceiling windows surround. One of the largest decks (17 Feet) off of the living room. The eat in kitchen is well equipped with plenty of cabinet and counterspace, double sink and double wall oven. A Separate large dining room off of the kitchen (perfect setting for a dinner party with low lights and The Art Museum as your backdrop or eating El~ fresco on the wonderful deck).The very generous main suite is terrific and big enough to have a sitting room + a huge walk in completely fitted out closet. Talk about a shoe area, we have Imelda Marcos covered. A full tile bath with a large vanity and wall of mirrors. The second bedroom has three windows. Full Tile Hall Bath with a walk-in shower.About the Philadelphian: 776 residential units + the convenience of anything you can dream of, need or want can be found on the first-floor commercial corridor.It sits on the Parkway facing the Art Museums, greenery and Center City. Close to all major transportations and highways.The association fee covers all utilities, basic cable + a bus that goes throughout the City six days a week.This is a wonderful building in the best neighborhood.Please note: Designer Ray Grenald designed the lighting in this unit. He is famous for his lighting of Boat House Row.
About this Building
The Philadelphian at 2401 Pennsylvania Avenue in the Art Museum Area/Fairmount is something of a world unto itself. You could live here and almost not have to leave the building — this behemoth with 757 units has a grocery store, a bank, a travel agency, a dry cleaner, drug store, a restaurant,...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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