Surrounded by colleges, museums and a number of shopping and entertainment hotspots, Philadelphia’s University City neighborhood is an on-trend community for students, professionals and young families. And the neighborhood just got a major upgrade with the opening of 3601 Market, a luxury complex in the heart of the district. The building offers 363 residential units that range from chic 427-square-foot studios to expansive 1,543-square-foot penthouses.
Priced between $1,525 and $4,041 a month, the homes are outfitted with stainless steel appliances, hardwood floors, quartz countertops, 12-foot ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows. Penthouses have elevated features including Bosch washers and dryers. Occupying 16 floors of the 28-story, West Philadelphia tower, each apartment is said to offer exceptional views of the surrounding cityscape.
Property amenities include a heated saltwater poor on the tower rooftop, an outdoor grilling station and fire pit, an outdoor lounge area with TVs, a game room, and a 24-hour fitness center with Matrix equipment, a yoga studio and complementary fitness classes. On the ground floor, residents will find 15,600 square feet of retail space that includes restaurants, shops and convenience stores. Access to the residences are controlled by a professional doorman.
For those who prefer to walk to bike around town, numerous parks, metro stations, museums, restaurants and grocers are situated near by. A farmer’s market is held in the neighborhood park every week, sporting events are held in the nearby Franklin Field and The Awesome Fest Outdoor Movie Series is held every summer just a few blocks away.