2601 Parkway Condominiums – Prestige… Beauty….Location….Quality of Life. Built in 1940 and located across from the Philadelphia Museum of Art, 2601 Parkway Condominiums is an impressive landmark among Philadelphia’s classic buildings. Designed by French architect Paul Phillipe Cret, the driving force behind the Benjamin Franklin Bridge, the Rodin Museum and the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, 2601 Parkway has retained its grandeur through its timeless style and incomparable location. The vast marble lobby presents an inviting entrance and is adorned with an exceptional tile mural created by painter Nicholas Marsicano and ceramicist Francis Serber, employed under Roosevelt’s New Deal. The building itself offers breathtaking views of the Museum of Art, Fairmount Park and Boathouse Row, as well as numerous amenities including a fitness center and shuttle service. Continuously updated with contemporary styling and conveniences, 2601 Parkway offers prestigious living within a welcoming community. With nearly five hundred units vastly ranging in size, 2601 Parkway is home to diversity. 2601 Parkway Condominiums resident life is enhanced through planned events, regular communications and self-governance through a Board of Directors which is elected on a rotating basis every year 2601 Parkway is staffed with management, maintenance, and front desk personnel who are attentive to residents’ needs.
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