$1,495 – $2,570
Home Details for 117 N 15th St
117 N 15th St A Philadelphia Art Deco landmark rises 26 stories into the center of the city'
s skyline. The twin-tower masterwork residencies were designed by famous French architect Louis Jallade in 1926. Original limestone details and the iconic 1920s Metropolitan sign on the exterior are matched inside with a spacious new lobby, a state-of-the-art gymnasium, designer kitchens with stainless steel appliances, and sleek rooftop terrace. With impressive views and a minute walk to Dilworth Park, the Metropolitan apartments are made for city dwellers.
Features – The Metropolitan Apts*
- Fitness Center
- Garbage Disposal
- Washing Machine
- Air Conditioning
Pets Allowed: Cats, Small dogs, Large dogs
*Certain features are not guaranteed in every unit. Contact the property for more details.
3 Floorplans and Pricing
|0 Bedrooms (1 Units)|
|Studio||0 bd||1 ba||518 sqft||$1495 - $1640 /mo||Check Availability|
|1 Bedroom (1 Units)|
|1 Bed 1.5 Bath||1 bd||1.5 ba||913 sqft||$1950 - $1995 /mo||Check Availability|
|2 Bedrooms (1 Units)|
|2 Bed 2 Bath||2 bd||2 ba||1220 sqft||$2160 - $2570 /mo||Check Availability|
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