1706 Rittenhouse Square

Building Info

  • Parking: YES
  • Pets: YES
  • Balcony: YES
  • Doorman: YES
  • Gym: YES
  • Pool: YES

Address:

1706 Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia, PA 19103
Rittenhouse Square

More about 1706 Rittenhouse

Overview

If you believe an intimate, private and exclusive address is only available in New York City, your perception of Center City Philadelphia is about to change forever. In 1706, the premier Rittenhouse Square neighborhood, Scannapieco Development Corporation proudly presents an entirely unprecedented opportunity – an elegant enclave of 29 spectacular full-floor residences in a 31-story tower. 1706 is not a renovation, but a no compromise, brand new building designed by the acclaimed architectural firm of Cope Linder and Associates. There will be no retail space at 1706 Rittenhouse, and you will not share the lobby, health club or elevator with hotel guests and hundreds of other residents. The doorman, concierge and porter at 1706 will know every resident personally in a residence that will offer privacy and exclusivity unavailable in any other building in Center City.

1706 Rittenhouse offers the combination of luxury and ultimate privacy. This exclusive residence of Rittenhouse Square is a 31 story, 31 unit building, each offering 4200 sq ft of living space. Each luxurious unit features floor to ceiling windows open to expansive views, two terraces for each unit, Wolf, Franke, Dombracht, Sub-Zero, Bosch and Joanne Hudson designed kitchens and other top quality finishes. Duravit and Dornbracht bathrooms. Common amenities at 1706 Rittenhouse include state of the art fitness center with sauna, massage rooms, hot tub, lap pool, private boardroom and garden. Architects are Cope Linder and Interior Designs are by Karen Daroff of Daroff Design State. Included in each 1706 Rittenhouse unit price is one parking space in a state of the art automated parking system, underground garage. Enjoy living in the most prestigious building with unparalleled service in Philadelphia. 1706 even offers a 10 year tax abatement.

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Current Condo Listings at 1706 Rittenhouse

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1706 Rittenhouse Square Unit 2401 Philadelphia, PA 19103

Price $6,495,000
Beds 4
Baths 4
Living Area SqFt 4,166
Status Active
MLS # PAPH866926
Property Type Condominium
 
 

1706 Rittenhouse Square Unit 301 Philadelphia, PA 19103

Price $1,350,000
Beds 2
Baths 2
Living Area SqFt 1,453
Status Active
MLS # PAPH831742
Property Type Condominium
 
 

1706 Rittenhouse Square Unit 801 Philadelphia, PA 19103

Price $5,799,000
Beds 4
Baths 3
Living Area SqFt 4,166
Status Active
MLS # PAPH100399
Property Type Condominium
 
 

1706 Rittenhouse Square Unit 2201 Philadelphia, PA 19103

Price $5,500,000
Beds 4
Baths 4
Living Area SqFt 4,166
Status Pending
MLS # PAPH782110
Property Type Condominium
 
 

1706 Rittenhouse Square Unit 1001 Philadelphia, PA 19103

Price $3,750,000
Beds 3
Baths 3
Living Area SqFt 4,166
Status Active
MLS # 1009622080
Property Type Condominium
 
 

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