Об этом жилье
For the CEO, celebrity, or connoisseur of the best of the best, the 3500sf two-story penthouse on Washington Square is steps from Independence Hall. The ultra luxury, modern apartment has a double-height living room, large windows throughout, and expansive 270-degree views of the park, river, bridges, and the city. Even the shower in the master bathroom has a view of the park.
Upon arrival you will be greeted by one of the building's uniformed doormen, who will assist with your luggage and take you up to your penthouse, as you would expect from any five star hotel.
This deluxe penthouse residence showcases a minimal but tastefully designed interiors. Newly constructed in a 1927 meticulously restored Art Deco building, the apartment has all the urban comforts you would expect, and more, to make your stay very comfortable.
The 20 foot high living area allows plenty of natural light through the massive windows on three walls and ceiling skylight. The big and comfy L-shaped sofa and large ottoman invite you to take a quick rest from your long trip or tiring day.
There's a dining table that comfortably seats six people, but feel free to expand it to seat ten when you have a dinner party. Cook for the family or your guests using the penthouse's well-appointed kitchen, fitted with Meile appliances. There's a full range of dinnerware and cookware for the chef at heart, or have your dinner party catered. There's plenty of room for guests and staff.
A large, separate office on the first floor keeps you up to date with work but it also doubles as another entertainment area, complete with a huge television, which can also serve as a large computer monitor for video meetings.
A printer and wireless internet is available for your use and the whole penthouse is wired with 26 speakers in six zones (including two sub-woofers hidden in the living area) to allow you to stream the same music throughout the house or separately in each zone. Just plug your device into the in-wall jack in each room or download the Sonos app.
There's a balcony with expansive city views. On a warm, sunny day, you can enjoy al fresco dining or simply lounge outdoors and enjoy the blue skies of Philadelphia during the summer--or build a snowman in the winter.
Three bridges to New Jersey are visible from the apartment and the streets light up at night for miles, something you'll have to see for yourself to appreciate.
There are two junior suites with full baths, one on each level, with the bath of the first floor suite doubling as the guest bathroom.
The master bedroom is upstairs in a spacious white shag carpeted room with a glass wall that overlooks the living room and has the same distant views as in the living room itself.
Here, there's a minimalist black box gas fireplace with white glass surround for when the night gets cold. There's also an automatic black out shade that lets you completely shut 100% of the light from the glass wall, which is great when you really need to sleep.
The master bath has double sinks, twin shower heads, multi-jet showers, and even a steam. There's even a separate, private toilet room.
Next to the the master bathroom is a a massive walk-in closet, which is great if you are planning to stay a long time, that is thoughtfully designed to handle wardrobe of any diva--including enough shelves for 50+ pair of shoes!
Guests will be provided with a dongle to securely access the elevator to the penthouse and the building's gym. There is a 24 hour doorman and a full-time concierge during the day.
Общение с гостями
Guests will interact with my assistant and the building's doormen and concierge during the stay and during check in/check out.
Другие важные подробности
Yeah... it's expensive. It's a very special place. There's nothing like it anywhere in the city! I only stay there a few weeks every quarter, and I enjoy every minute, so it seems like a waste to not let others enjoy it as much as I do. (There are no personal items in the apartment... it's "hotel guest ready" as all times.)
No smoking! No parties with more than 10 people. And no pets...unless the pooch wears designer diapers...or is incredibly well behaved and has a deathly allergic reaction to white carpet! Use your judgement.