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Arthaus is the Luxury Destination You’ve Been Waiting For. Here’s Why.

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The sweeping city views are the first to captivate you in an Arthaus residence. Every home in Philly’s newest luxury high-rise is a corner unit with floor-to-ceiling windows—it’s easy to imagine early morning coffee or an after-work old-fashioned soaking in the endless skyline views, which stretch from the Schuylkill River to Society Hill and beyond.

Arthaus is the crowning achievement of trailblazer Carl Dranoff, a real estate developer with deep roots in the Philadelphia region, in partnership with internationally renowned architecture firm Kohn Pedersen Fox (KPF). The Avenue of the Arts project is the culmination of Dranoff’s work in luxury living, bringing together his 45 years of experience as well as insights from his other Center City condominiums, including 10 Rittenhouse Square, Symphony House, One Riverside and The Residences at Two Liberty Place.

Drawing from a playbook decades in the making, Dranoff Properties has reinvented what it means to have an Avenue of the Arts address. With unobstructed vistas, thoughtfully designed residences and 36,000 square feet of amenities available to residents, Arthaus is the epitome of urban luxury. Here’s a look inside.

Unsurpassed Floorplans and Finishes

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Choose from 14 different spacious floor plans ranging from 1,600 to 5,500 square feet—including three penthouses. Residents can select from a unit with two to four bedrooms, giving them the freedom to make the space their own.

In addition to the unmatched views and natural light-soaked rooms, the units all showcase superior materials and finishes. The professional-grade kitchens feature German-made Poggenpohl cabinets and top-of-the-line Sub-Zero, Wolf and Asko appliances and Havwood European white oak flooring, along with a spacious island with a breakfast bar and Calacatta marble countertops. In addition, you’ll find ample closet space, standalone soaking tubs in the spa-like bathrooms and other fine-living essentials. The open floor plan that joins the dining and living rooms, as well as the wind-screened balcony, make it a natural fit for entertaining at home.

Bringing the Outside Inside at Arthaus

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Dranoff and his team wanted to include unparalleled, five-star amenities — here’s a closer look at life at Arthaus that includes white glove services like valet parking, 24/7 concierge and a chauffeured town car.

Arthaus delivers 36,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenities and green spaces designed to spark creativity, encourage wellness and facilitate life’s simplest pleasures like entertaining those you love.

There’s a rooftop greenhouse and planting beds for gardening enthusiasts. What’s more, the wellness-minded will enjoy the spa facilities including the private salon, and will find serenity relaxing on the outdoor terrace, adorned with seating, fire pits and a reflecting pool.

Arthaus’ 75-foot lap pool is complemented by a fitness center overlooking the Kimmel Center, furnished with state-of-the-art fitness equipment and machines, a yoga lawn and a sunning deck. Even canines can stay active and social at the Arthaus dog run—which, of course, offers spectacular views.

Entertaining outside the home is also made easy (and elegant) thanks to a catering kitchen for private dinners and a café with a demonstration kitchen.

In addition, Arthaus also caters to day-to-day personal needs. The moment you return home to your condominium, you can drive up to a porte-cochere entrance, where a valet will park your car. The Arthaus town car will whisk you around Center City and a 24-hour concierge will help with any need.

Arthaus Life on the Avenue of the Arts

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When you move into a new luxury living space, your address should carry prestige. It’s why Arthaus is located in the heart of Philadelphia’s cultural district and within walking distance of many renowned performance venues.

On any given night, you can take in a show at the Academy of Music, the Miller Theater, the Suzanne Roberts Theatre or the Kimmel Center, itself just a 61-step walk from your front door. Of course, Philadelphia is also known for its thriving culinary scene, so you’ll have plenty to choose from when home cooking just won’t do. Stroll along 13th Street and find a place to eat—or use your Sunday to walk over to Rittenhouse Square for some world-class shopping.

Come see the decorated models starting at $2 million. Open House daily: Monday – Friday, 10 AM-5 PM, Saturday 10 AM-2 PM, and Sunday by appointment. For more information about Arthaus, visit arthausphila.com or call 215-375-7200.