Penn Treaty Village, developed by Core Realty and developer Michael Samschick, is a burgeoning apartment and townhome community on the Northern Liberties waterfront and the heart of this newly developing neighborhood is called the Pennthouses, managed by TCS Management and being rented by The Condo Shop. The Pennthouses are in two eight-story former warehouses just off of North Delaware Avenue, at Brown Street. These warehouses were once vacant and derelict, except for a popular nightclub on the top floor known as The Eighth Floor. The newly renovated buildings have luxury amenities and luxury units for rent right now.
The units available for rent in 800 North Delaware Avenue are one-bedroom units ranging from 802 square feet to 1,079 square feet and $1,845 per month to $2,425 per month. In the Brown Street building, there are several dozen units available for rent, with two-bedroom units available ranging from 1,228 square feet to 1,439 square feet and $2,550 per month to $3,100 per month and three-bedroom units ranging from 1,577 square feet to 2,215 square feet and $3,300 per month to $3,950 per month. The units have cherrywood floors; cabinets; and vanities, granite countertops and marble bathroom floors and walls, Whirlpool kitchen appliances, spa shower systems and jacuzzi tubs, Whirlpool washers and dryers, large closets, automated smart systems, and large floor-to-ceiling windows which offer incredible views of the Center City skyline, the Delaware River, Petty’s Island, and the Ben Franklin Bridge.
The Pennthouses apartment complex has a large resort-style heated pool, a fully equipped fitness center, a conference center and meeting space, resident lounges with wifi access, 24-hour concierge service, and a furnished rooftop with a walking track and dining area and a flat screen TV, as well as, expansive 360 degree views. Off street parking is available for $50 per month.
The Penn Treaty Village will eventually include more development along Canal
Street up to the Fillmore entertainment complex and Punchline Comedy Club, which are both where Canal Street, Frankford Avenue, and Delaware Avenue intersect. The neighborhood includes much entertainment, including music venues, a bowling lounge, a new rock climbing gym, restaurants, a casino, nightlife, and Penn Treaty Park. Further south, Penn’s Landing has fun things such as Spruce Street Harbor Park in the summer, the FringeArts building, Dave & Buster’s, and the new Cherry Street Pier. Northern Liberties also has much nightlife, trendy shopping, and restaurants. The Pennthouses at Penn Treaty Village puts you in the middle of the action of the busy Delaware River waterfront and its most popular neighborhoods.
To find out more about The Pennthouses at Penn Treaty Village, contact Angela and her team at email@example.com or stop by at Delaware Avenue and Brown Street.
By, Gabriel Gottlieb