#590P: Northern Liberties
A modern and luxurious apartment at a great price in a superb location. This 415-square-foot, two-bedroom, one-bathroom unit is ideal for folks who are looking to live in one of Philadelphia’s best neighborhoods. Hardwood flooring, large windows, and high ceilings are just a few of the magnificent features this apartment offers. Each bedroom is large enough to accommodate a full-size bed and can be furnished upon request. The eat-in kitchen features brand-new stainless appliances, a wall-mounted TV, and beautiful countertops. This pet-friendly apartment comes equipped with central heating and air conditioning, high-speed WiFi, and smart locks. Everyone has their own personal wireless bedroom lock they can lock outside and inside. Known today as a thriving community of artists, designers, college students, and young adults, you would most likely never guess this was once a major industrial area of Philadelphia. Revisioned in the 1990s, Northern Liberties has become a hipster hotbed located approximately two miles outside of Center City. Popular due to its proximity, it is currently one of the city’s most desirable places to live. “NoLibs” is a walkable, bike-friendly neighborhood served by SEPTA’s Market-Frankford Line. Flush with craft breweries, gastropubs, cafes, and an assortment of various cuisines, this neighborhood is sure to please. Situated just off the main commercial thoroughfare in Northern Liberties, this sixth-floor apartment is a walker’s paradise. If you are planning to commute into Center City, this is the perfect place for you. A 10-minute walk will get you to Girard Station. For those who drive, paid garage parking is also available. Residents have access to a gym, laundry room, two lounges, and a roof deck. The building is also equipped with an elevator to make your move that much easier. You have the option of renting a room or the entire apartment if available....
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