25 Aug global IDX
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2079 N 63Rd Street 105, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania PA19151-2609
1 Total Baths 1,139 SqFt 0.690 Acres
Welcome to the Elm! Your premier apartment residences located in the Overbrook section of Philadelphia. Conveniently located by St. Joes University, this building is home to 111 apartments, a mixture of studio to 1-4 beds, 4 commercial spaces, and 43 parking spaces. Be welcomed by three planted courtyards that provide The Elm residents with green spaces to connect them to outdoors and nature. The main central courtyard plaza is welcoming, active, and used as a communal gathering area; it also serves as the main entrance to the apartment units. The building incorporates a green roof, porous pavers, and interior vegetated areas including beautiful trees that have been newly planted in the interior courtyards beside its existing foliage. Never worry about finding parking with access to a driveway that leads to a private and concealed lot behind and under the rear of the building. Look forward to 6129 sf of commercial space oriented towards 63rd street. Each commercial space has direct access to the street and the have access from the central courtyard plaza. Grab coffee right outside your door before heading to class or on your way to study. On the site there is also a historically contributing building, which The Elm has been designed around. Residents will love the 2- story building that has plans to be renovated and used as a gym and meeting space for the residences. Enjoy all the neighborhood has to offer within minutes of your new home. Grab a cheesesteak at Bustys Tavern, Happy Hour at the Great American Pub, or catch the game at Brownies Sports Bar. Journey into Center City by hopping on Septa at Overbrook station or enjoy local parks like Wynnewood Valley, Carroll, and Morris Parks. Shop till you drop at City Avenue Shopping Center where TJ Max and Ross deals await. Ready for Move in June 2023!
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