Philadelphia is alive with innovation and variety, and provides the perfect location for Center City’s premier residential address. The Phoenix, located directly across from the "newly renovated" Love Park, at the heart of the Parkway Arts District and the “Museum Mile”, compliments the spirit of art, culture and architecture with the energy of Philadelphia.
The Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Rodin Museum, The Academy of Natural Sciences and The Franklin Institute are The Phoenix’s acclaimed neighbors. Equally distinguished are the nearby Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Free Library of Philadelphia and the home of The Barnes Foundation and Calder Museum.
The Phoenix is steps away from Fairmount Park, the activities along Kelly Drive, Boathouse Row, the Pennsylvania Convention Center and Reading Terminal Market, as well as a comprehensive network of schools and renowned doctors and hospitals. Philadelphia’s style—fine dining and sidewalk cafes, shops and boutiques, delis and markets—awaits residents a block or so away. With an uptown approach to Center City living, The Phoenix lifestyle pairs Philadelphia neighborhood charm with vibrant culture.
Fairmount Park, one of the United States’ largest and oldest municipally-owned and operated park systems, surrounds The Phoenix. The 9,200 acres provides endless opportunity for recreational activities—jogging, running, rowing, horse back riding, rollerblading, biking and hiking. The Park is host to 215 miles of recreation trails, 139 picnic sites, 34 miles of waterways, six golf courses, as well as hundreds of athletic fields and outdoor courts. It offers limitless options for sports, exercise, and simple relaxation.
Fairmount Park also contains hundreds of historic properties and cultural institutions, with several new ones on the way. The Phoenix stands tall at the Gateway to the culture-rich “Museum Mile” abounding with art, history, music and sculpture. Visit the Academy of Natural Sciences, the Franklin Institute, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Please Touch Museum, or the Rodin Museum, all steps away from The Phoenix. Or, view the beautiful park sculptures and fountains including “Love” by Robert Indiana, the “Frank L. Rizzo Monument” by Zeno Frudakis, “Galla Placidia” by Joyce Kozloff, the “Monument to Six Million Jewish Martyrs” by Nathan Rapoport, “Kopernik” by Dudley Talcott, “Jesus Breaking Bread” by Walter Erlebacher, the “Shakespeare Memorial” by Alexander Stilling Calder, the “Civil War Soldiers and Sailors Memorial” by Herman Atkins MacNeil, the “Gates of Hell” and “The Thinker” by Auguste Rodin, “Spirit Dance” by John Dowell, Jr., “Neons for Buttonwood” by Stephen Antonakos, or “Video Arbor” by Nam June Paik.
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