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Inside Beaux Arts building The Atlantic’s new renovations

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With over 200 rental units

Nearly five years ago the Post Brothers development group bought this Beaux Arts stunner, located smack-dab in the middle of Center City, with plans to renovate it for luxury condos and apartments.

And now it looks like that plan is finally coming to fruition.

The building, called The Atlantic, is a 21-story residential building on Broad Street, with over 200 rental units ranging from studios to four-bed penthouses. The original idea—to have a mix of condos and rental units—has since been abandoned in favor of all rental spaces. Though the space is nearly finished, there’s still work to do on several units. Post Brothers hopes to hold a rooftop launch this spring to celebrate the renovations.

Full details on pricing were not immediately available Friday, but the largest units—four-bed penthouses—will reach about 5,000 square feet at $20,000 per month.

For now, take a look through the units and some of the amenities below:

The apartments come in two color palates: soft pastel colors or a cooler look. The kitchens have an open layout with marble countertops, double ovens in the two and three-bed apartments, and “extra large” refrigerators, according to The Atlantic’s website

The Atlantic was built in 1922 as the headquarters of the Atlantic Richfield Oil Company. In its new life as a residential space, the building will also have ground floor retail.

Also, for reference, check out the renderings of the building’s amenities, like the fitness center, which includes a moss wall and marble pillars, and the rooftop, with seating and views over Center City: