3601 Market Officially Opened – A Bathroom with a view of Center City, Salt Water Pool, and a Jimmy John’s

3601 Market officially opened earlier this month, a $110 million, 28-story residential tower,  363-unit apartment building developed by Southern Land Company, and the first of many projects they’re working on in Philadelphia.
Father/Son Tim Downey and Dustin Downey of Soutland, cut the ribbon at the grand opening with Joe Reagan of Wexford Science + Technology,
The resort style roof-top salt-water pool

featuring a fire pit, grilling area 
and private lounges with outdoor televisions.
Brian Sewell, Paul Neuroth and PJ Littleton
Jazmin Singleton, Mark Dent, and Bianca Gee in a one bedroom
 Janine LaMarca and Rebecca Devine, Co-Founder of Maven Communications.
 One bedrooms start at $1556, 2 bedrooms $2722 t o $3306
 Jeremy Cyr, Vice President – Multifamily Development at Southern Land Company and Gretchen Mast, Landscape Architect at Southern Land Company

 Julie Moreningstar, Michael Prifti, Robert Lubas, Nicole Dress and Jennifer Burnside
  24-hour fitness center featuring top of the line Matrix equipment along with Yoga and Spin studios.
 Michelle Allen, Dr. Ayana Allen (Ayana moved in in late Summer, and loves the building. The amenities and location are perfect for City living) and Annie McCormack, 6ABC reporter
 Michael Yetterberd, Matt Ritsko and Brian Sewell

 David Erikson and Bonny Patel
 Jesse Dayton, Jordan McKinney, Cindy Defrancesco and Rod Fortner of Southern Land Company
 I love how interesting the juxtaposition of 3601 Market is, on a slant at the corner of 36th and Market Streets, with amazing views of the City. I liked the building too, it was modern, a little more spacious then you’d find in the Center City new high rises, and not horribly over priced. The location is great too, but there’s no need to travel into Center City proper as University City has really become a hot bed of development over the years near Drexel and UPenn. 3601 doesn’t accept undergrads either, so no crazy parties.
 Tim Downey presented Kathy Desmonds, Peoples Emergency Center a $5,000 check for the organization that helps the underserved.

 Casey and Jason Kranning Rush


 Did I mention the views this place has?

 And then there’s the salt water pool. I asked why a salt water pool, they told me that it was the perfect pool to have to achieve Leed Certification, which they have. It’s very green.
3601 Market will feature a Jimmy John’s
and Dunkin’ Donuts as including Schmear It, fancy Asian restaurant called Danlu  and Herben Quality Eats, a fast-casual healthy food concept based out of the nearby Enterprise Center, and caterer for the evening.