This beautifully orchestrated condominium in the highly coveted Symphony House is located in the heart of Center City Philadelphia and the Avenue of the Arts! This rarely available oversized, 948 sf condo is one-bedroom, one-bathroom and is fitted with a tray ceiling, engineered Brazilian cherry flooring, carrara marble bathroom, and a oversized master bedroom with a walking-in closet. The boutique chef inspired kitchen has LED lighting and a spacious, granite countertop. The kitchen includes GE Monogram stainless steel appliances, large kitchen range and refrigerator, additional under cabinet lighting and plenty of kitchen cabinet storage for the chef at heart. The Bosch stackable washer and dry is discreetly and conveniently located in the hallway closet near the bedroom entrance. The living and dining area overlook a brilliant, scenic north facing view of downtown Philadelphia! Also boasting panoramic city views, the bedroom is outfitted with a fabulous oversized walk in closet and custom window treatments that are complete with electric shades. The spacious bathroom features gorgeous carrara marble, walk-in shower and separate bathtub. Attached to the living and dining area is an outdoor oasis. The Northern exposed terrace boasted spectacular city views that include the renowned Kimmel Center. The unit comes with one deeded storage space and one deeded indoor parking space in the building's garage. One of the city's premier condo buildings, the Symphony House offers luxurious services and amenities, including 24/7 concierge and doorman, 65' heated indoor lap pool, steam and sauna, fitness center, library, club room, wine cellar, gourmet catering facility, and bike share. Located right in Philadelphia's vibrant cultural center, you are steps away from the Kimmel Center, Academy of Music, fine restaurants, shopping, and all the best of Center City living!
Back in 2008-2009, developer Carl Dranoff was putting the finishing touches on Symphony House on the Avenue of the Arts, aka Broad Street. Residences were selling quickly. Many suburban residents had been coming to Philadelphia for years specifically to enjoy the Philadelphia Orchestra, live theater,...Learn More
The Avenue of the Arts really took shape in the early 1990s as arts, entertainment and business groups came together to rename a section of Broad Street, the city’s main North-South artery, and promote the area as an arts corridor. Its territory includes Broad St. and one block east and west, north to Glenwood Ave. and south to Washington Ave. The Avenue of the Arts corridor had some notable...
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