At Arthaus on Avenue of the Arts, Sky-High Views and Top-Notch Amenities Set a New Standard of Luxury Living
Arthaus on the Avenue of the Arts is all about the views. Each exquisite condominium takes full advantage of the stunning panoramic vistas that make Arthaus one of the best places to see Philadelphia and marvel at its history.
Each exquisite glass-wrapped residence features floor-to-ceiling windows that allow natural light to pour into the living spaces. The floor plans are open with 10-foot ceilings, making the interiors feel even more spacious. With four or fewer homes per floor, each home occupies its secluded corner of the building for the ultimate in luxury and privacy.
The crowning achievement of Carl Dranoff in partnership with architecture firm Kohn Pedersen Fox, Arthaus is the most exciting address in Philadelphia, a culmination of Dranoff’s 45 years of experience across properties like 10 Rittenhouse Square, Symphony House, One Riverside and The Residences at Two Liberty Place.
At 47 stories, Arthaus is the tallest building on the Avenue of the Arts. Its slender glass frame with its iconic stepped-box top is a landmark for Philadelphia’s world-class performing arts district. The city lies quietly below while nestled in one of these dramatic sky-high homes. Still, within an elevator ride, you’re out on a bustling cosmopolitan avenue that’s alive with artists, arts patrons and students and pulsating with the excitement of live music, theater, film and dance. It’s an electric, high-energy, big city vibe elevating Philadelphia from its past.
Arthaus residents have 14 floor plans to choose from – ranging from 1,600 to 5,500 square feet with two to four bedrooms, chef kitchens and spa bathrooms. Most units feature in-home offices, and all have oversized wind-protected balconies, spacious closets and elegant laundry facilities.
Couple that with top-notch appliances like German-made Poggenpohl cabinets and top-of-the-line Sub-Zero, Wolf, and Asko appliances, Havwood hardwood flooring and Calacatta marble countertops, and it truly is a one-of-a-kind living experience.
Suds with a View
Loaded with marble and high-end finishes, the spa bathrooms at Arthaus have dramatic focal points like soaking tubs with breathtaking views of Philadelphia.
Arthaus Balcony Magic
At Arthaus, the outside space is as important as the inside spaces. The living rooms effortlessly transition to an expansive, wind-protected balcony with room for outdoor dining and chaise lounge seating. You can easily imagine curling up in a comfy chair, taking in daily sunsets and sunrises, sipping a coffee or cocktail, or enjoying a good read and letting the cityscape wash over you. It would certainly wow guests at your next dinner party.
Coming Home to Arthaus
From the moment you walk into Arthaus, you feel the serenity, and that’s intentional. Every architectural detail, design and staffing choice is orchestrated to put residents at ease upon returning home. The first thing you’ll notice when you enter the lobby is a stunning Monet-influenced wall mosaic designed by Sicis of Italy that’s composed of thousands of luminous hand-painted tiles, inspired by Monet’s “Water Lilies” period.
On the 6th and 7th floors, there’s an expansive private club for homeowners with flowing indoor and outdoor spaces that make every day feel like a vacation. Designed as an urban resort that is steps from it all, there’s a 75-foot pool and sundeck, fitness, spa, and salon facilities, grilling terraces and lawns, a dog park, and private event and meeting spaces for life’s most precious moments. There’s even a first-of-its-kind rooftop greenhouse to grow plants year-round.
The Kimmel Center and City Hall are visible from the rooftop amenities, and the fitness center, with its top-of-the-line equipment and machines, peers into the Kimmel’s Center glass dome.
There’s also an outdoor terrace with fire pits, soft seating and a reflecting pool. You could spend an entire afternoon tending to your garden or prepping your harvest for an al fresco dinner grilled by you. Arthaus has 36,000 square feet of amenities, so there’s always something to do and see everywhere you look.
Arthaus is a must-see destination. Visit the open house today and call 215.375-7200 or head to arthausphila.com for more information.This is a paid partnership between Dranoff Properties and Philadelphia Magazine's City/Studio