The Perks of Living at Super-Luxe Two Liberty Place
We’ve already written about the major renovations going down at the iconic Two Liberty Place (think: a revamped lobby, brand new unit layouts and a redesigned activities floor), but we’ve yet to dive into the hotel-worthy amenities and details that outfit the residences. And if resort-like living smack in the middle of Center City sounds enticing (of course it does), you’ll want to listen up — and check out the slideshow after the jump.
One of the most readily apparent characteristics of the Residences at Two Liberty Place is the jaw-dropping attention to detail, from the marble concierge’s desk in the lobby to the intricate, space-maximizing floor plans upstairs. No luxury is nixed in the iStar-developed, Cope Linder Architects-designed building.
The Skyline Collection residences — two- and three-bedroom units on floors 48 through 53 — feature bright, airy interiors. This openness is a feat of the architects, to be sure, but it’s also magnified by contemporary additions that complement the space. In the kitchen, you’ll find Calacatta marble, a thick, artful stone, alongside striking Snaidero cabinetry (Snaidero himself flew from Italy to consult on the project) and crisp, minimalist tile backsplashes (see slide 3). The kitchens are completed with sleek Miele appliances that are not only highly efficient but also merge seamlessly with the rest of the space’s design. Meanwhile, you’ll find intuitive Nest thermostats throughout.
The Penthouse Collection residences on floors 54 through 57 boast the same luxe kitchen features amongst added square footage. Perhaps most prominent in the penthouses, though, is the artful design that gives way to sloping, angular windows and sweeping views (see slide 2). These units also boast fireplaces, a rare find in high-rises.
The luxuries aren’t limited to the living and entertaining spaces. All of the bedrooms are complemented by massive closets, while master bedrooms feature en-suite bathrooms outfitted with oversized tubs, generously sized showers, sinks and counter space.
Head downstairs to the amenities floor for an entire space dedicated to the needs of Two Liberty Place residents. You’ll find: a yoga room, fitness center, billiards room with television, full-sized conference room, lounge area with a view of Billy Penn, an endless current pool, sauna, steam showers and massage rooms. Residents also have access to a private entrance to the adjoining R2L (see slide 4). Or, they can enjoy a complimentary pastry or breakfast assortment provided by R2L every morning the lounge area of the amenities floor.
With its prominent address and skyscraping 57 floors, it’d be easy to misidentify Two Liberty Place as an uber-luxe hotel (the concierge and bevy of on-site services don’t help matters either). But, as hard as it might be to believe, the Residence at Two Liberty Place are, well, residences. And that means you can snag one for yourself while they’re still available. Interested? Residences are ready for immediate occupancy. For more information about purchasing a unit at Residences at Two Liberty Place, or to schedule a meeting with the sales center, click here.This is a paid partnership between The Residences At Two Liberty Place and Philadelphia Magazine's City/Studio