Welcome to Philadelphia, and to our hippest new neighborhood - the Loft District! Live in a brand new studio apartment in a contemporary landmark building designed by renowned Philadelphia architect Edward E. Agoos.
Beautiful Art Museum area studio –sunny and spacious with king-size bed, 2 futon sofa beds (full-size), mirrored wall, private bath, shower, mini-fridge, microwave, and outdoor patio with table/chairs. Just a few blocks from many great attractions including museums, restaurants, parks, and much more! Easy access to public transportation. Fantastic location!
“The first thing you need to know about Valerie’s place Is that you’re dealing with the real owner and not some remote person by phone. She was there to greet me and let me in and to show me exactly how to work the fans and everything there. Next thing you need to know, is the place is perfect for a couple, and maybe even for a few others because it’s very spacious and super convenient to museums and restaurants. Third thing you need to know is the bed is so comfortable. It’s also a king size bed which you rarely find in an Airbnb. Valerie was super responsive to any text or call we made and even let us check in early, which we really appreciated. When we needed help figuring out how to work our TV or needed a set of wine glasses, she went beyond the call of duty and brought them over and fixed the TV. I would call her a super host and will consider returning in a blink of an eye. This is a great place!”
Quiet end of street with plenty of free parking spots, in safe Black/African American neighborhood less than 1 mn' walk from Buses, Trolley/Subway, convenient access to Philadelphia Center City, 30th Street Station Megabus/Trains and Greyhound Bus Station. Just 8mn drive from Philadelphia International Airport and walking distance to the University of Pennsylvania and the school of Sciences. Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen Restaurant and food store just across the street. Keyless access.
“Very convenient, comfortable place. It is a great location. Some people mentioned that it is in a "scary" or "bad" neighborhood, but that isn't true. It is a working class black neighborhood that has been somewhat neglected by the city (unfortunately, a common problem in the US) but it is very safe and you can really tell the neighbors truly watch out for each other if you talk to them. There are a lot of places within walking distance of the area (convenience stores, Popeye's, etc.).”