You Can’t Top This: 3 Levels of Luxury, 360-Degree Views, $7M

The Lanesborough Penthouse, 1601 Locust St., Philadelphia, Pa. 19103 | Images from Laurie Phillips

The Lanesborough Penthouse, 1601 Locust St., Philadelphia, Pa. 19103 | Images from Laurie Phillips

The building we now know as the Lanesborough was built in 1929 as the home of the Haverford Club and the Yale Club. Today, it’s home to choice luxury condos, and there’s none that’s choice-er than its stunning tri-level penthouse unit.

This totally up-to-the-minute Art Deco gem offers the best of everything in large quantities: 3,991 square feet of space on the inside and another 1,804 on the outside in the form of four spacious terraces that together offer a 360-degree view of your surroundings, especially from the upper-level one. Luxurious trim and finishes, including fumed white oak floors and custom LePage doors and windows. A kitchen that’s a chef’s dream, equipped with Gaggenau appliances. Elegantly outfitted bathrooms. And so on. Read more »