This magnificent glass tower includes an 8,900-square-foot, bi-level penthouse that was sold last year for a staggering $17.85 million — the most expensive residential transaction in the city so far. And The Most Expensive Homes is about to show why it worth every single penny on the price tag. CHECK IT OUT!
The mesmerizing 26-story residential tower has been the talk of the town way before it opened its doors, that’s why more than two-thirds of the residences have been sold before its official opening.
But if still interested in calling the striking 500 Walnut “home sweet home”, as prices for the remaining units at Philadelphia’s remarkable new glass tower start off at a cool $3 million.
Full-floor residences cover4,300 square feet of luxurious living areas and feature floor-to-ceiling windows, fireplaces, private elevator access, and spacious balconies complemented by wonderful views of Philadelphia.
Developed by Scannapieco Development Corporation and designed by Cecil Baker and Partners, 500 Walnut had only 35 private residences up for the grabs, with just one or two units per floor.
Future residents may also benefit from the 4,000-square-foot landscaped outdoor terrace, the skylit 50-foot lap pool or go for a work out in the tower’s state-of-the-art fitness center.
The building also includes automated robotic parking and many other bespoke amenities, adding to the comfort and exclusivity of this place.