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The Old Quaker Building Apartments

3514 Lancaster Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19104 (University City) See your commute times
  • Studio - 2 Bedrooms
  • 1 full Bathroom
  • Apartment

Home Details for 3514 Lancaster Ave

3514 Lancaster Ave 3514 Lancaster Avenue Ideally located in the heart of University City, these two buildings, complete with detailed brickwork, expansive windows, and wood flooring, draw attention with an impressive dome that rises atop the landmark apartments. With views of the wide lawns and walkways captured by each apartment, open space is pulled inside to conjure an urban environment indoors. The buildings' beautiful details are complemented with a host of contemporary amenities like stainless steel appliances, granite countertops and wood flooring. The historic Old Quaker Building has been reborn a...s a very special, luxury residential community.
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Drew Charles R School
Below Average

Drew Charles R School
Below Average

University City High School
Below Average
Features – The Old Quaker Building Apts*
  • Fitness Center
  • Elevator
Pets Allowed: Cats, Small dogs
*Certain features are not guaranteed in every unit. Contact the property for more details.
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5 Floorplans and Pricing
Name Beds Baths Sqft Rent  
0 Bedrooms (2 Units)
Studio - Alcove 0 bd 1 ba 460 sqft Contact for price Check Availability
Studio 0 bd 1 ba 620 sqft $1364 - $1625 /mo Check Availability
1 Bedroom (2 Units)
1 Bed 1 Bath 1 bd 1 ba 600 sqft $1550 - $1945 /mo Check Availability
1 Bed 1 Bath - Bi-Level 1 bd 1 ba 820 sqft Contact for price Check Availability
2 Bedrooms (1 Units)
2 Bed 1 Bath 2 bd 1 ba 825 sqft Contact for price Check Availability

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