A brightly-lit loft with soaring ceilings in the heart of Philly’s bustling city center, just dropped on the market (again) for $429,900. That’s a slight jump from its last listing, when it sold for $390,000 in 2016.
The home has one and a half baths and one bedroom area. It boasts 877 square feet of space and ceilings that stretch over 17 feet high. A front door opens to a kitchen, with sleek granite countertops and a window that looks over the sunny living area beyond.
There’s a reason for how well-lit the home is—a huge Palladian window takes up most of the living area’s exterior wall, letting in tons of light and gazing over City Hall. Upstairs, there’s a carpeted bedroom area, with a bathroom and tons of closet space.
The Building, called “The Phoenix” was built in 1925 and sits right on the Ben Franklin Parkway, just off LOVE Park. Its amenities are an added bonus—there’s a fitness center, media room, conference space, and rooftop terrace. In addition to its asking price, the home requires HOA fees of $550 per month.
- 1600 Arch Street, #2010 [Janice Manzi, Elfant Wissahickon Realtors]