A national leader in the revitalization and construction of urban residential skyscrapers, Dranoff Properties has transformed a former parking lot into the beautiful Symphony House Condominiums. Symphony House condominiums is a one of a kind building that combines the best architecture styles from the 1920’s and today. Offering 1,2,3,4, and 5 bedroom units on 31 different floors, the Symphony House is perfect for every type of lifestyle in a perfect location. Situated directly in the middle of the Avenue of the Arts, the Symphony House condominiums is within walking distance of some of the best art, music, restaurants, and shopping Philadelphia has to offer.
Features of the Symphony House Condominiums
Rivaling the amenities of all other condominiums in Philadelphia, the Symphony House offers features that few others can. With a total of 163 condos on 31 different floors the Symphony House is luxurious and spacious, as there are a maximum of just nine units per floor. Each unit is equipped with high ceilings, large glass windows, beautiful views of the river, and the beautiful surrounding city of Philadelphia. Not only is each unit spacious, but virtually every residence has access to a balcony or a walkout terrace, which is open year round.
Inside of the Symphony House condominiums is a premier level spa and fitness center, which includes a heated sixty-foot pool, five-lane lap pool, and the best cardio equipment and free weights available. On the eighth floor of the Philadelphia Symphony House condominium is an amazing amenity floor that features everything a resident would want in a private retreat. Even the rooftop has something to offer at the Symphony House condominiums, as it features a beautiful garden unlike any other in the city.
Local Avenue of the Arts Attractions
Located right next to City Hall in Philadelphia, Symphony House condominium residents do not have to go far to see some of the best sights the city has to offer. One of the best attractions in the Avenue of the Arts area is the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, which is internationally known for their 19th and 20th century American painting and sculptures. Right down the street is the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts, which is home for the Philadelphia Orchestra and often hosts some of the best plays on Broadway. Right around the corner from the Symphony House is the historic Masonic Temple. Built in 1873, the Masonic Temple was designed in medieval Norman style and receives thousands of visitors a year. The Masonic Temple was entered as a national historic landmark in 1971.
Whether you are looking for a high class luxury condominium or a place to experience our city’s rich history or culture, the Symphony House condominium is the perfect place for you. Located on the Avenue of the Arts, the Symphony House is also the best place to escape the bustling city and relax in your own personal retreat.