SoPhilly Spotlight: PARC edition

Normally we wouldn’t highlight a property without pics of the inside, but this one jumped out at us for two reasons.

What luxuries hide behind this facade?

One: $1,200 for a 750-square-foot 1-bedroom (a bit high?). Two: it’s offered by PARC, available now.

Granted, it’s big on amenities:

Features: Hardwood Flooring, Central Air Conditioning, Washer/Dryer, Beautiful kitchen with stainless steel appliances (dishwasher, gas range, refrigerator, microwave and disposal), Outdoor terrace with city skyline view–perfect for bar-b-ques and relaxing, Fire alarm system, private entrance with intercom

Power to apartment is supplied by solar panels mounted on the roof—-how does $40/month for an electric bill sound during this long summer heatwave?

Sounds pretty good to us, but searching around Craigslist, it appears this apartment is the most expensive 1-bedroom below Washington Avenue. And since the listing says it’s available Sept. 1, that means it might be too rich for an East Passyunker’s blood. This two-bedroom bilevel a block away is not nearly as nice, we would imagine, but it’s also $200 less a month. What do you think?

2 thoughts on “SoPhilly Spotlight: PARC edition

  • September 5, 2012 at 6:43 pm

    This apartment has been leased for $1200/month. The new tenant moves in on Friday.

  • September 6, 2012 at 2:33 am

    That’s great news! Good to hear the hood can attract that kind of tenant.

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