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Dalian on the Park, Whole Foods at Rodin Square to open Friday

Folks have already moved into the apartments

A brightly lit kitchen with white cabinets and a butcher’s block in Dalian on the Park in Philadelphia.
The apartments at Dalian on the Park at Rodin Square are move-in ready.
Photos by Ray Cavicchio Photography for Bozzuto

The grand opening isn’t until next week, but folks have already moved into the Dalian on the Park apartments at the highly-anticipated Rodin Square development.

Victor Rodin of the Rodin Group and International Financial Company tells Curbed Philly that the grand opening of the Dalian on the Park will be celebrated on Friday, October 14 in conjunction with Whole Foods Market, which will open at the ground-level of the $160 million mixed-use development.

Rodin wouldn’t specify current occupancy rates, but says that " leasing has been very strong."

Although people have already moved in, some of the apartments are still under construction. A number of rentals aren’t available until November, according to the property’s website.

There are 293 units in the MV+A Architects-designed residential project, and all of them feature floor-to-ceiling windows. And if living above a Whole Foods—plus four other all-star restaurants—wasn’t enough, there’s a roof-top pool and lounge area for residents.

The rents for studios, 1-bedrooms, and 2-bedrooms range from $1,899 to a staggering $7,250.