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Divine Lorraine to host open house for last remaining units

Here’s your chance to go inside the historic building

The Divine Lorraine is opening its doors to the public.
Photo by Melissa Romero

It may be hard to believe, but people have been living in the newly restored Divine Lorraine for nearly a month, after the first tenants moved in January 1.

As of right now, TCS Management tells Curbed Philly that nearly half of the 101 apartments have been leased, and 55 units are still available.

That’s why Eric Blumenfeld’s team is hosting an open house for potential renters on Saturday, February 4 from 12 to 3 p.m.

Yup, this is your rare chance to go inside the historic Divine Lorraine, which aside from the apartments, is still very much a construction zone as the lobby and rest of the building undergoes restoration. (The restaurant tenants for the lobby and basement levels have not yet been announced.)

Here’s what you can expect at the open house: Tours of the units—they range from 1- and 2-bedrooms—as well as a free lunch.

The remaining units start at $1,400, but the open house is waiving application fees and is offering a discounted security deposit of $750 (Typically, it’s a full month’s rent.). There’s also the option to sign up for a longer lease at a locked-in rental rate.

Here’s a sampling of floor plans to peruse over before the open house at 699 N. Broad Street.