Liberty Square is the most elevated development in Philadelphia, featuring standout style, impeccable designs, and unparalleled luxury. Located at 236 W Thompson Street, in the vibrant Northern Liberties neighborhood, the 300,000 sq ft project will consist of three buildings above a 153 car underground parking garage.
Liberty Square will feature first floor retail and 201 opulently designed residential units which will cater to the discerning customer. Each unit will boast high end finishes, floor to ceiling glass, hardwood flooring, designer kitchens, and spacious rooms.
Each building will contain a rooftop terrace replete with plush greenery, hot tubs, and lounging areas, or you can relax on your own private balcony which oversees the beautifully landscaped plaza replete with gardens, seating areas, and a separate dog park. The development will include a grand lobby, fitness center, and ground floor retail space for shops, restaurants, bars, and boutiques, adding energy to this developing community.
Northern Liberties is known for its vibrant food, music, and nightlife scene. With international restaurants, gastropubs, and trendy boutiques, the area maintains a cool and artistic vibe where residents can live, eat, shop, work, and play, within a few city blocks. With easy access to public transportation, tenants will have everything at their fingertips.
Move in and enjoy!
I just like the way it looks inside I never live here before.
Pleasantly surprised by the location. Super close to the El, Frankford Ave. and 2nd St. Very close to the nice Acme and Reanimator. The surrounding streets are clean with lots of brand new row homes and nice neighbors.
Toured multiple units last weekend - they did a really nice job on this place. Not your typical 'cutting-corners.' Very nice finishes and views.
Let's be honest...this location is in "the hood"...Germantown and Girard Aves. Sure, this building looks pretty, the plans look pretty, but this area is NOT pretty...I didnt see anything about the community health center around the corner, or the methodone clinics up and down Girard Ave...Do your homework folks. Gentrification takes time. Definitely overpriced for this area.
I like the floor to ceiling glass and high-end finishes.