All condos and co-ops have rules.
There are some pet friendly buildings but I don't know of any that will allow 6 cats.
Your best option would be to buy a townhouse. There are several available in that immediate area throughout Washington Square West, Avenue of the Arts, Bella Vista, and Queen Village.
I grew up on the 1100 block of Rodman St., between 11th & 12th Sts, and Lombard & South Sts. It is a great area with so much to offer and easy walking to all parts of Center City & South Philadelphia. You may be surprised by what is available for the same money you are budgeting for a condo.
Why are you looking for a condo vs house? Please feel free to call me to discuss your situation. I'd be happy to assist you in acheiving your real estate goals here in Philadelphia.
Have a Happy Healthy & Prosperous New Year. Looking forward to speaking with you soon.
All the best,
Larry Lichtman, CNE
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If you are finding it difficult finding a condo community that fits your lifestyle, then it may be in your best interest to look into the single-family home option. That way, the only person whose rules you need to live by are your own.
I would be happy to sit down with you and review all of your options.
Joshua Stein, REALTORÂ®
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I would like to wish you a happy & healthy new year.
All condos have rules whi h vary from condo to condo. Supply me with a list of the condos. You are interested in & I will call them to find what their pet regulations are.
It would be a good idea to consider purchasing a single family home then you won't need to be concerned with regulations; pet- wise all any others.
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