Why The Laurel Rittenhouse Embodies the Philadelphia Luxury Market
5 Fast Facts About The Laurel
48-TheNumber of Stories
20-The Number of Stories Containing Rental Units
The Penthouses Are Full Floor Residences
1,700-9,000 The Square Footage Range of Penthouses
10-12 ft. – The Ceiling Height of Corner Residences
Separate private entry and lobby
Secure climate-controlled storage available for purchase
In-town car service/chauffeur
24/7 maintenance and security
Indoor pool and spa
Yoga and Peloton® studio
Locker rooms with showers, saunas and steam rooms
Lounge with club bar and catering kitchen opening to a terrace overlooking Rittenhouse Square
Guest rental suite
The Builder’s Remarks
Designed by the internationally renowned Solomon Cordwell Buenz (SCB) of Chicago and San Francisco, The Laurel soars to the pinnacle of Philadelphia’s skyline in a strikingly modern architectural statement. Solidly rooted in Philadelphia’s brick-and-stone traditions, the building’s pedestal forms a welcoming streetscape of carefully curated restaurants and retailers. The slender glass tower ascends 48 stories above the final parcel of land on historic Rittenhouse Square, reserving its uppermost floors for a private realm of exclusive condominium residences, lavish amenities and inspiring views.
The Designer’s Remarks
The graceful ambiance of The Laurel is being created by ForrestPerkins, award-winning interior design studio of the global architecture and design firm, Perkins Eastman.
Recognizing that luxury is in the details, the firm’s inspired selection of finishes, features, lighting and artwork sustain an artful balance of the classic and contemporary – from the impressive, two-story lobby to stunning club level amenities overlooking the city from the 26th floor.