Make your­self at home in any of th­ese six new pads lo­cated in some of the chicest parts of Philly.

River to river, luxe new res­i­dences are re­shap­ing the city sky­line.

Philadelphia Style - - CONTENTS - By The Ed­i­tors

Ride the Wave

The Waves Town­homes (for­merly known as the Monaco Ho­tel) is a 27-town­home com­mu­nity just min­utes away from the Mar­gate and Ocean City board­walks. De­vel­oped by PRDC Prop­er­ties, each five-bed, four­bath, 2,600-square-foot unit fea­tures a garage, el­e­va­tor, hard­wood floor­ing and four (or more) decks in each home. PRDC Prop­er­ties CEO, David Perl­man, de­scribes the project as one that “brings new en­ergy and pos­i­tive change to the board­walk and city of Vent­nor.” With ocean views in ev­ery town­house, there’s no doubt res­i­dents will feel as though they’ve suc­cess­fully es­caped the hus­tle and bus­tle of city life in this sleek and mod­ern beach­front oasis, priced at $699,000. PRDC Prop­er­ties, a Philadel­phi­abased de­vel­op­ment group, is be­hind city projects such as Lib­erty Square, The Con­dos at Six20 N. 3rd St. and the re­cently opened Lincoln at 12th and Lo­cust Street. 115 S. Lit­tle Rock Ave., Vent­nor City, NJ, prd­cprop­er­­waves

Wa­ter­front Won­der

The ne w lux­ury town­house de­vel­op­ment, Views at Penn Treaty, is mov­ing in south of Penn Treaty Park, over­look­ing the Delaware River and un­doubt­edly liv­ing up to its name. De­vel­oped by Alex Hal­imi and Saul Ma­zor of Gotham Be­drock LLC, a Brook­lyn-based de­vel­op­ment com­pany, buy­ers will be sure to en­joy New York City’s ex­trav­a­gance with­out the sky-high prices. “The re­al­ity of New York is that the cap rates are in­sane,” Hal­imi says. As their first ven­ture in the City of Brotherly Love, Hal­imi and Ma­zor prove that Phil­a­del­phia can be equally as lux­u­ri­ous as the Big Ap­ple: Each lux­ury town­home boasts high-gloss fin­ishes and ap­pli­ances, and ranges from 3,800 to 5,500 square feet. The prop­erty of­fers two-car park­ing, rooftop ter­races and el­e­va­tors for res­i­dents’ con­ve­nience. The town­homes are avail­able for pur­chase in early 2018, with prices start­ing at $1.7 mil­lion. 1199 N. Delaware Ave., the­viewsat­pen­

In­no­va­tive El­e­gance

Equipped with Scavolini cus­tom kitchens, Po­liform clos­ets, out­door ter­races and even a vir­tual door­man for to­tal pri­vacy, 2110 Wal­nut is home to nine lux­ury con­dos start­ing at $2.8 mil­lion, rang­ing from 2,817 to 5,743 square feet. The de­sign, which used the ex­ist­ing four-story brown­stone at 2108 Wal­nut as the foun­da­tion for the nine-story stone and glass struc­ture, makes this project a “flaw­less cel­e­bra­tion of mod­ern ar­chi­tec­tural de­sign with a his­toric struc­ture,” says Bruno R. Pouget, the lead bro­ker for 2110 Wal­nut. Set to fin­ish in the first quar­ter of 2018, this project’s power team in­cludes ar­chi­tect Ce­cil Baker + Part­ners, de­vel­oper As­to­ban Realty Group and in­te­rior de­signer Ur­ban Space De­vel­op­ment. Bonus: Out­fit your new pad with cus­tom au­dio-visual sys­tems from Bang & Olufsen, lo­cated on the ground floor. 2110 Wal­nut St., as­to­ban­re­­nut

Ur­ban Tower

The lux­ury high-rise at 1213 Wal­nut that boasts a 26-story, 300,000-square-foot apart­ment tower with 322 units is the ideal home for the so­phis­ti­cated Philadel­phian. Sit­u­ated in Cen­ter City’s Mid­town Vil­lage, this mod­ern ad­dress is leas­ing now for stu­dio, one-bed­room and two-bed­room apart­ments with floor-to-ceil­ing win­dows and open lay­outs. “To com­ple­ment the vi­tal­ity of the neigh­bor­hood,” Seth Shapiro, chief op­er­at­ing of­fi­cer for The Gold­en­berg Group, says that they’ve “cu­rated ex­cep­tional ameni­ties to en­hance the con­ve­nience and en­joy­ment of ev­ery­day life for res­i­dents.” Some of those ameni­ties in­clude in­door and out­door fit­ness cen­ters, an el­e­vated pri­vate dog park and an out­door ter­race over­look­ing Wal­nut Street. Th is project marks the first part­ner­ship for The Gold­berg Group, Hines and ASB Real Es­tate In­vest­ments. 1213 Wal­nut St., 1213wal­

The Name Game

With the city’s best shops and restau­rants only min­utes away, the ex­clu­sive bou­tique apart­ment build­ing, The Ali s on, is lo­cated right in the cen­ter of Rit­ten­house Square. Com­plete with lux­ury stain­less-steel kitchen ap­pli­ances like Sub-zero and Wolf and Miel, th­ese res­i­dences top off at $19,500 a month and range from 515 to 5,900 square feet. Ac­cord­ing to real es­tate de­vel­oper Al­lan Domb, each of the 19 homes avail­able boasts a unique de­sign by Joanne Hud­son and “fea­tures cus­tom kitchens and bath­rooms ap­pointed in floor-to-ceil­ing mar­ble,” mak­ing this con­do­minium build­ing an im­me­di­ate stand­out. An­other perk? Res­i­dents can en­joy the ameni­ties at 10 Rit­ten­house around the cor­ner. 1805 Wal­nut St., theal­i­

Heart of the City

High-end apart­ment high-rise 3737 Chest­nut is one more rea­son to make the move to rapidly chang­ing Univer­sity City. Com­pleted in 2015 by Rad­nor Prop­erty Group LLC of Rad­nor, then sold to Kor­man and the Car­lyle Group in July, the ad­dress con­tin­ues to cap­ture Philly’s at­ten­tion (and not just for the views). Geared to the young pro­fes­sional set, this 25-story tower has it all: an up­scale fit­ness cen­ter, cy­ber cafe, gar­den ter­race and a rooftop sun­bathing deck. 3737’s prime lo­ca­tion pro­vides its res­i­dents with easy ac­cess to pub­lic trans­porta­tion and nearby stores and restau­rants. De­vel­oper Dave Yea­ger says, “With the re­mark­able growth of the area, Rad­nor Prop­erty Group was ex­cited to bring a new cal­iber of lux­ury hous­ing to Univer­sity City with 3737 Chest­nut.” One- and two-bed­room units are avail­able with full walk-in clos­ets, hard­wood floor­ing, floor-to-ceil­ing win­dows and park­ing spa­ces lo­cated un­der­ground. Apart­ments range from 545 to 1,000 square feet and start at $1,865 per month. 3737 Chest­nut St., ko­r­

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