Luxury Homes: Soon, Philadelphians will be able to enjoy New York-style luxury living in the heart of their city, courtesy of the Residences at Two Liberty Place. Two Liberty boasts 57 floors, and these spectacular condominiums will occupy the top 20. Since most Philly skyscrapers top off at about the 40th floor, the lowest-elevation condo will be the highest-elevation residential unit in the city. In addition, Two Liberty will represent the first time that office space has been converted to condominiums in a world-class downtown office tower.
One-bedrooms will start at 1,150 square feet, two-bedrooms at 1,550 square feet, and three bedrooms at 2,300 square feet. Many of the units will feature multiple dens. There will also be one full-floor penthouse available, with 7,200 square feet and breathtaking 360-degree views of the City of Philadelphia. All units will offer Snaidero Italian kitchen cabinets, Sub-Zero and Miele appliances, marble baths with Kohler fixtures and massage tubs, granite countertops, and exotic hardwood flooring. Other customizations, such as in-ceiling speakers, are also available.
The 37th floor will be dedicated to a private Owners' Club, offering multiple fitness areas and spa treatment rooms, a media room, a private dining room, and more. An executive concierge staff will be available to tend to residents' every need, from making restaurant reservations to walking residents' dogs. Residents don't even need to leave home to go shopping; The Shops at Liberty Place, at street level between One and Two Liberty, offer over 60 upscale shops and restaurants, including J. Crew, Jos. A. Bank, Victoria's Secret and Aldo.
A total of 122 units are planned, with approximately 40 scheduled for move-in by the fall of 2007. To request information and see the panoramic views available at Two Liberty, visit their Web site.
For LxM Teresa Rothaar
Company: The Residences at Two Liberty Place
Business: Luxury Condos
Location: 2 Liberty Place, 50 S. 16th St., Philadelphia, PA
Contact: (877) 414-1600
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