Condo Building of the Week
Over the next few weeks, we’ll be revisiting a blog feature from August 2012 – “Top 10 High Rise Condo Buildings,” which highlighted several of Philadelphia’s luxury properties. This time around, we’ll take a more in-depth look at each building’s history, amenities & current vacancies. Last week, we featured the historic Society Hill Towers. This week, we continue with the Symphony House condominiums.
Address: 440 S. Broad St. Philadelpha, PA 19146 [Broad & Pine]
Neighborhood: Avenue of the Arts
History, Design & Location:
Philadelphia-based development firm, Dranoff Properties, miraculously transformed a parking lot into one of Philadelphia‘s prime residencies. Completed & opened in 2007, the Symphony House incorporates design techniques from “the grandeur & romance of the 1920s,” with a contemporary twist. The luxury high-rise provides an ideal setting for arts fanatics, situated right next door to the Kimmel Center, and just one block from the Academy of Music. Not to mention beautiful cityscape views!
For further insight on the Symphony House design & layout, take the virtual tour.
Specifics & Amenities:
- 31 stories, 167 total units
- On-site self parking
- Pool access
- Fitness Center
- Washer/Dryer in unit
- Doorman, Concierge
- Luxurious sundecks
Awards & Recognition:
Named “best high rise condo” by Multi-Family Executive Magazine in 2008.
Listings range between $500,000 & $2,000,000. For further details: http://bit.ly/14bODEZ.
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