Built in 1940, 2601 Parkway was originally an apartment complex until its conversion to condominiums in 2004. The building underwent major renovations
in the early 1990s which included the revitalization of its grand lobby, marble floors, murals and decorative lighting.
2601 Parkway Condominiums is home to a diverse population within nearly 500 residential units. Residents range in age from newborns to seniors. The building is pet friendly.
The ground floor commercial units currently include Isabel BYOB,
a Mexican restaurant; Made You Look, an upscale consignment shop and
Fairmount Family Integrative Medicine.
Amenities within the building include:
- 24-hour security and staffed front desk
- On-site management
- Spacious marble lobby with seating, a grand piano for resident use, and free Wi-Fi
- Fully equipped gym
- Shuttle service to Center City
- Art Room for resident crafts and projects
- Bike storage
- Laundry room
- Dry cleaning service
- Community room with free Wi-Fi, large screen TV, and a small sharing library, which can be reserved for private events.
Resident life is enhanced through planned events, regular communications, several committees and self-governance through an elected Board of Directors.
The building borders both the neighborhood of Fairmount and the culturally rich Parkway Museum District. It is located just off the Benjamin Franklin Parkway at 2601 Pennsylvania Avenue. The building stands across from
the Philadelphia Museum of Art and at the base of Kelly Drive which is home to Boathouse Row and the Schuylkill River Banks path. Residents can walk to many restaurants and small businesses. Center City is easily accessible via public transportation.
Management Office: 215-232-2741
Front Desk: 215-232-0484
2601 Pennsylvania Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19130