Monday, October 5, 2015

Southern Land Company Celebrates Grand Opening of 3601 Market

by Steve Lubetkin,
Southern Land Company held a grand opening of 3601 Market, University City’s much anticipated luxury residential and retail community on September 30.

“We are thrilled to bring this vibrant and exciting community to University City,” says Tim Downey, Southern Land Company CEO. “With its sleek design, resort style amenities and high quality restaurants, 3601 Market sets a new standard for design and livability in one of the most dynamic neighborhoods in Philadelphia.”

3601 Market is a 363 unit, 28-story luxury mixed use community built by Southern Land Company in partnership with Redwood Capital Investment, and the University City Science Center.  Designed by BLT Architects and The Harman Group as structural engineers, 3601 Market marks the first residential offering located on the University City Science Center’s 17 acre campus.

“The opening of 3601 Market is a key milestone as we transform our campus into a 24/7 innovation community,” says University City Science Center president and CEO Stephen S. Tang, PhD, MBA.

Opened in August 2015, the project includes 15,600 square feet of restaurant and retail space, featuring local and national retailers such as Herban Quality Eats, a fast causal restaurant focused on fresh ingredients and healthy food; Danlu, an Asian influenced bar and restaurant; Schmear It, a socially conscious bagel shop; PWS, a local pizza joint; Dunkin Donuts and Jimmy John’s sandwich shop.

3601 Market offers studio, one and two bedroom units and penthouses ranging from 415 square feet to 1,525 square feet. Residential amenities include a resort-style saltwater rooftop pool, doorman service, 24-hour fitness center with designated spaces for yoga and spin classes, private resident lounges with flat-screen TVs and onsite parking for vehicles and bicycles. Apartment homes come equipped with stainless steel appliances, quartz countertops, hardwood flooring, a washer and dryer, and panoramic city views – many with private balconies.

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