Transatlantic Building Makes Its Debut in Northern Liberties

PRDC Properties and D3 Development hosted a Winter Showcase last Saturday, December 10 featuring the re-development of the TransAtlantic building into 41 luxury apartments. (420 Fairmount Avenue) Thanks to Mike Hirata for shooting this event for PCC


This historic redevelopment features beautiful units that include hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances, exposed brick, high ceilings, amazing views and much more! Some units have outdoor space.


Right in the heart of Northern Liberties, you are in walking distance to some of the city’s best restaurants, boutiques, parks, and vibrant nightlife


Rebecca Cureton of Grey Dolphin Fitness and Wellness



Developers David Perlman and Greg Hill.


Once coined one of the 10 most distinctive empty buildings in Philadelphia, the TransAtlantic  has been transformed into a beautiful boutique-style residential loft apartment building in the  heart of Northern Liberties.


Arvind Balaji and Tori Moore.


PRDC Properties and D3 Development have maintained the historic charm of the building by  restoring the original facade and designing unique floors that feature interior brick, iron doors,  high vaulted ceilings with original beams and views in all directions.

Brooke Ziegler, Nanci Ziegler, and Brent Ziegler on the outdoor deck.


Heather Baumgardner and Brandon Morrison.  


Zack Miller and Mitch Rosenthal.


Most notably, the 3 bedroom penthouse apartment with elevated roof deck is privately located  on the 5th floor. The penthouse features a striking entryway lined with sky light windows down  the center hallway. The open floor plan presents incredible views from the living, dining and  kitchen rooms. This loft is the true definition of “light and airy”.


One bedrooms are between $1,575-$1,990
2 bedrooms range between $2,050-$2,900
Penthouse Unit (3 beds/2baths) with private roof deck and 2 designated off-street parking spaces $4,500
Commercial Space – $2,500


Arvind Balaji and Bre Dillon.


Becky Goldschmidt owner of Random Tea Room.


Rebecca Nenno of Mind and Body Wellness.


Jon Thomas, President of PRDC Properties, expresses great enthusiasm for the project, “we  have beautiful units to share in a convenient location right off the main strip of Northern Liberties  near local bakeries, bars and restaurants. PRDC and D3 Development were able to pull  together a great team to revitalize an iconic building that clearly needed a new life.”  For those looking to purchase a new home, there’s a place for you too! The TransAtlantic  apartment building is flanked by 25 luxury row homes, with 6 still available.

This shot is looking towards the Delaware River.
Check out Naked Philly for before pixs and sketchings of the property