Philadelphia's Highest-Floor Residences,
Priced to Sell. Only 1 Remains.
Private access to R2L restaurant
58 floors/122 units
Mostly 2- and 3-bedroom units
Some units with gas fireplaces
Most units with wood floors
European kitchen cabinetry
Outstanding views & Highest residential floors
Select units with terraces
Miele, Sub-Zero appliances
Very convenient to business district, City Hall
Walk to dozens of fine restaurants
Philadelphia Airport - approx. 20-minute drive
Surrounded by city's top shops and boutiques
Walk to Rittenhouse Square
30th Street Station train service - approx. 8-minute drive
Photo above by J. Smith for Visit Philly
Enjoy the views amid luxurious surroundings and amenities.
Two Liberty Place and its predecessor, One Liberty Place, truly changed Philadelphia’s skyline when they were completed in 1990 and 1987, respectively. They were the first skyscrapers to break a gentleman’s agreement that existed in Philadelphia that no building should rise above the height of William Penn’s hat on top of City Hall — yes, this is why super high-rise skyscrapers were in short supply in Philadelphia until the 1990s, and why the city’s skyline very quickly became one of the East Coast’s most beautiful. Two Liberty Place, originally built as office space and Philadelphia’s fourth-tallest tower, plays an important role in that skyline. Now, you can own a signature penthouse in this notable building for less than $900/square foot.