Welcome to your next home in the sky with nearly 2, 000 square feet of neutral and impeccable easy living spaces. You will be smitten both day and night by the city lights and 180 degree unobstructed views as you enjoy the sounds of classical music from the Kimmel Center below. This turn-key sun-filled 27th floor residence at the coveted Symphony House offers 1, 953 square feet with one of the most desired floor plans in the building. Two car deeded parking! Spacious three bedroom, plus Den, three full and one half bath residence with soaring ten foot ceilings, beautiful hardwood floors, and breathtaking 180 degree views. Gourmet chef's Kitchen with granite tops and commercial grade Viking appliances provides an ideal open layout perfect for entertaining without compromising any space. Gourmet Kitchen is open to the spacious Living and Dining rooms with floor to ceiling windows, a gas fireplace and private balcony with views as far as the eye can see. The balcony is a great space for a morning cup of coffee or intimate dinner. The oversized master suite provides His and Her walk-in closets with built-ins and a stunning marble master bath suite with soaking tub, walk-in shower and double sinks and linen closet. Two additional spacious bedroom suites with full marble baths, walk-in closets and city views. The third bedroom could also be opened into the main living area. There is also a Den with built-ins and provides flexibility of an office or additional sleeping area. Parking for two cars in the building's private garage and a storage locker are included with the residence. Offering the finest services and amenities, white glove service, 24/7 concierge and doorman, 65' heated indoor lap pool, hot tub steam and sauna, state-of-the-art fitness center, bike share, beautiful outdoor terraces, Library, Clubroom, dining areas, wine cellar and Chef's catering facility. Perfect location in the city's vibrant theatre district, steps to the best restaurants, boutique shopping, museums, transportation and Rittenhouse Square!
About this Building
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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