Condos for Sale in
Rittenhouse Square

Wake up each morning to a spectacular view of Philadelphia’s skyline from one of several luxurious condominiums in Rittenhouse Square. Take a short walk at the historical park right in front of your condo residence. Or maybe, with a coffee mug in hand, just sit in one of the park’s benches to watch people and savor your surroundings. As you exit your condo building, a doorman greets you and opens the door for you. You enter the open-space park originally designed by William Penn. Trees line up paths that wind through manicured gardens that resemble those found in Paris. Nearby, you will find a famous sculpture of Billy the Goat. It is a replica of an original that has been kept away from the elements for posterity. You will hear tunes played from the Curtis Institute of Music which is right at the corner of Locust Street. It is just one of several places to see near your condo in Rittenhouse Square.

Rittenhouse Square condo kitchen with island proposed design; proposed bathroom design with tub and shower
High-end condo kitchen with island and stainless steel appliances

Hotels, cafes, restaurants, bars, art galleries, condos and spas surround Rittenhouse Square. Shops such as Lululemon, Lagos Jewelry, Barnes & Noble, Omoi Zakka, Anthropologie, and Di Bruno Brothers also dot the area. Not far and along Delancey Place is the Rosenbach Museum & Library. You can see rare books and documents including, an original copy of “Alice in Wonderland.” Also, close to Rittenhouse Square are City Hall, the University of Pennsylvania, Drexel University and the central business district. If you have children, there’s a Main Line school pickup service for the Rittenhouse area.

Rittenhouse Square might be just the place you are looking for. Right in the center of Philadelphia, the area was home to many wealthy families from the 19th to the early 20th century. Most of the mansions from that era are long gone but these have been replaced by elegant residences. Rittenhouse Square remains a desired address. There are numerous perks to condo living. Condos are easier to maintain because the space is just right and you’ll get fast access to a number of amenities, and the commute is also very easy. Condos are best for people who live a fast-paced life and people who are always on the go. If you are planning to buy a condo unit give us a call and we’ll talk. We will help you find the best condo unit in Rittenhouse Square. Call us at (215)546-6000.

Luxury bathroom in condominium

Wake up each morning to a spectacular view of Philadelphia’s skyline from one of several luxury condominiums in Rittenhouse Square. Take a short walk at the historical park right in front of your residence. Or maybe, with a coffee mug in hand, just sit in one of the park’s benches to watch people and savor your surroundings. As you exit your building, a doorman greets you and opens the door for you. You enter the open-space park originally designed by William Penn. Trees line up paths that wind through manicured gardens that resemble those found in Paris. Nearby, you will find a famous sculpture of Billy the Goat. It is a replica of an original that has been kept away from the elements for posterity. You will hear tunes played from the Curtis Institute of Music which is right at the corner of Locust Street. It is just one of several places to see near the Square.

High-end condo kitchen with island and stainless steel appliances
Ultra modern kitchen

Hotels, cafes, restaurants, bars, art galleries, and spas surround Rittenhouse Square. Shops such as Lululemon, Lagos Jewelry, Barnes & Noble, Omoi Zakka, Anthropologie, and Di Bruno Brothers also dot the area. Not far and along Delancey Place is the Rosenbach Museum & Library. You can see rare books and documents including, an original copy of “Alice in Wonderland.” Also, close to Rittenhouse Square are City Hall, the University of Pennsylvania, Drexel University and the central business district. If you have children, there’s a Main Line school pickup service for the Rittenhouse area.

Bathroom interior design

Rittenhouse Square might be just the place you are looking for. Right in the center of Philadelphia, the area was home to many wealthy families from the 19th to the early 20th century. Most of the mansions from that era are long gone but these have been replaced by elegant residences. Rittenhouse Square remains a desired address. If you want to find your dream Rittenhouse Square residence, we at Maxwell Realty Company, Inc. can help you! Please call us at (215)546-6000.

Rittenhouse Square Apartments Kitchen

Wake up each morning to a spectacular view of Philadelphia’s skyline from one of several luxurious condominiums in Rittenhouse Square. Take a short walk at the historical park right in front of your residence. Or maybe, with a coffee mug in hand, just sit in one of the park’s benches to watch people and savor your surroundings. As you exit your building, a doorman greets you and opens the door for you. You enter the open-space park originally designed by William Penn. Trees line up paths that wind through manicured gardens that resemble those found in Paris. Nearby, you will find a famous sculpture of Billy the Goat. It is a replica of an original that has been kept away from the elements for posterity. You will hear tunes played from the Curtis Institute of Music which is right at the corner of Locust Street. It is just one of several places to see near the Square.

Bathroom interior design