Allan Domb to Debut Boutique Rental Units at the Alison Building in July
Hot off his successful bid for City Council At-Large, Allan Domb is set to unveil the first round of super high-end rental units inside the Alison Building at 1805 Walnut Street, with some overlooking Rittenhouse Square. Set betwixt 10 Rittenhouse and 1801 Walnut Street (the corner building the that houses Anthropologie), the Alison Building is anchored by a three-story Barnes and Noble. The residences above will feature a 24-hour doorman and command rents between $2,650 and $7,950 per month.
Work began on the upper floors of the building in the fall, and a rep from Allan Domb Real Estate says the first round of what will be 19 luxury units will be delivered July 1. Floor plans range from 515-square-feet all the way up to 5,900-square-feet for the penthouse (more on that in a bit).
Here is the breakout, minus the penthouse (more on that in a bit, we promise):
- One bedrooms start at 725-square-feet and start at $2,650 per month
- One bedrooms plus dens start at 1,485-square-feet and start at $5,250 per month
- Two bedrooms start at 1,326-square-feet and start at $5,000 per month
- Two bedrooms plus dens start at 1,920-square-feet and start at $7,950 per month
Designed by Joanne Hudson Associates, the Residences at The Alison Building will boast maxed out kitchens with Downsview matte lacquer cabinets, Casesarstone quartz counters and either a package of Bosch stainless steel appliances or a combo of Sub-Zero, Wolfe and Miele stainless steel appliances. Marble baths, hardwood floors throughout and in-unit washer and dryers are also on the packed list of amenities.
The penthouse is exactly what you’d expect from any top flight unit overlooking Rittenhouse Square: 3,756-square-feet of interior space and 2,144-square-feet of private terrace space overlooking the Square. The rep tells us it’s already been rented, but was on the market for $20,000 per month. Please, read that last sentence one more time. Now, breathe. Now let your imagination run wild.
The rest of the units are expected to be delivered by the end of the summer.