Entire Floor of Center City’s Lanesborough for $2.5 Million

This enormous home at the Lanesborough in Rittenhouse Square is going to make someone who grew up reading Eloise very happy. The condo may not be quite at the “tippy top” of the luxury building, but the pink and purple murals in the children’s bedrooms are designed to delight children who enjoy high-rise living. The rest will delight the adults.

Among the grown-up amenities are private elevator access to the home, Brazilian walnut floors, nothing but high-end kitchen appliances and finishes and a marble bathroom with radiant heat floors and a built-in television facing the swoon-worthy soaking tub. The family room features its own mini kitchen with wet bar and separate wine refrigerator. Plus there’s a fireplace and a balcony. Obviously.




THE FINE PRINT
Beds: 3
Baths: 2 full, 1 partial
Square feet: 3,446
Price: $2.345 million
Listing: 1601 Locust Street #1500, Philadelphia, PA 19103 [Robin Gordon | PruFoxRoach]

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  • z2

    The headline says 2.5 but the fine print (and listing) say 2.35. I believe the former price came from the previous broker under Allan Domb (which is oddly still on his website). This has been on the market for a while now. Interesting that the owner goes from a broker that ignores the technological marvels of MLS to an agent located on the Main Line. Not that a Main Line agent can’t sell this place – the buyer’s are likely coming from that area. But why go from one disadvantaged broker to another?

    • C

      I am the townie owner and if you knew Robin Gordon you would know why we chose her!

  • z2

    The headline says 2.5 but the fine print (and listing) say 2.35. I believe the former price came from the previous broker under Allan Domb (which is oddly still on his website). This has been on the market for a while now. Interesting that the owner goes from a broker that ignores the technological marvels of MLS to an agent located on the Main Line. Not that a Main Line agent can’t sell this place – the buyer’s are likely coming from that area. But why go from one disadvantaged broker to another?

    • C

      I am the townie owner and if you knew Robin Gordon you would know why we chose her!