1919 Market Street Celebrates the Completion and Debut of their Club Floor
Earlier this month I was contracted to shoot the opening party for the new roof deck at Philly’s newest, luxurious, apartment building at 1919 Market Street. I was taken aback at how beautiful, and well constructed the apartment complex was; over the past couple years I’ve watched it being built. Was ecstatic that it complementary to the Blue Cross Building next door. They also share a courtyard, which is ecstatically pleasing to the eye. There’s a parking garage as well for residents and the public. I tweeted a photo of the prices in the summer; definitely the best public parking deal in the neighborhood, it was under $20 for 24hr parking. That’s a deal. The party photos ran in PHL Business Journal. I ran a few atmosphere photos, but I saved some for PhillyChitChat. I’m go out on a limb and say of the apartments that have come on line this is my favorite – 1919 Market, quickly followed up by the Post Brothers Presidential Apartments, and then 3601 Market University City Apartments.
Jerry Sweeney, President & CEO and Trustee of Brandywine, Anne Fadullon is the Director of the Planning and Development Cabinet for the City of Philadelphia, Council President Darrell L. Clarke and Thomas O’Brien, LCOR President
- 24-Hour Concierge
- Lounge & Coffee Bar
- Parking Garage Available
- Bicycle Storage & Workstation Available
- Pet Wash
- Building-Link Resident Service Request System
The 28th Floor Club Level features a wide variety of indoor and outdoor activities
including a distinctive, open air infinity pool. (It’s not a full size pool, more of a socializing pool. AND IT’S HEATED!!)
- Screening Room with TV & Gaming
- Club Room with TV
- Sports Bar with TVs, Billiards & Shuffleboard
- Golf Simulator with Multi-Sport Capability
- Café with 360° Fireplace & Coffee Bar
- Chef Studio with Demonstration & Catering Kitchen & Dining Table
- Temperature-Controlled Individual Wine Storage
Brandon McMullin, 1919 Market Leasing Consultant and Anthony Barone, Regional Property Manager at LCOR
The kitchens were beautiful as you see, even the studios had full size kitchens, and weren’t overwhelming the space. Studios start at $1800
- 9 – 10’ Ceilings
- Solid-Core Wood Doors with Polished Chrome Hardware & Accessories
- MechoShade Window Treatments
- Floor-to-Ceiling Glass on Exterior Walls Available
- Bosch Washer & Dryer
- Walk-In Closets in 1 & 2 Bedroom Units
- LED Lighting Throughout
- Individually Controlled Heat & Air Conditioning
Fitness center is including in your rent
My trainer Jordan Hankins, The Fit Complex will be on hand to train you.
Many of the new apartment buildings have this structure columns in their units. This is one of my favorite ones as it’s on a slant, not taking up too much space
and kinda artsy even, AND it’s in the living room, not the bedroom like in other buildings.
The closets are spacious, and I like the organizational racks.
I hear the building is over 50% occupied already. Also that awesome new Wawa is opening crossed the street.
It’s near Fairmount Park, there’s a view of the Art Museum from the 28th floor, you’ll see the July 4th Fireworks.
You’re near Misconduct, James and Logan Tap House, my fav spots in that area.
Check out the floorplans and pricing here
Congrats – I believe this is one of the best apartment buildings in the City.