2601 Parkway Condos

2601 Pennsylvania Ave. Philadelphia, PA 19130

2601 Parkway Condos are a great addition to the Art Museum Area. Amenities include a Center City Shuttle, 24-hour security and staffed front desk, bike room, community room with free wifi, fitness center, and onsite storage locker. Just steps from Kelly Dr., 2601 is situated in a great location for bikers, runners, rowers, and athletes. There is also a popular playground across the street. This high-rise also has a laundry room and dry cleaning service onsite!

2601 Amenities

Fitness Center

2601 Additional Information
  • Five Fast Facts about 2601 Pennsylvania Ave Condos:
    1) This building was a rental until 2004 when it was converted to condos
    2) 2601 has a heavy Art Deco style influence inside and out and was built in the 1940s
    3) 2601 houses 494 residential units- from studios to 3 bedroom penthouses
    4) The building does house some parking spots- but they are rare indeed
    5) 2601 offers a plethora of floor plans- one of the largest varieties in town
2601 Floorplans

2601 Management Company

Firstservice Residential

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The vast marble lobby at 2601 Parkway features a remarkable mural created by American painter and longtime professor at New York’s Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, Nicholas Marsicano, and Dutch ceramicist, Francis Serber. Both were members of the U.A.A., a historic labor union formed in 1934 by artists employed under the Federal Art Project of Franklin Roosevelt’s New Deal. The mural runs the length of the lobby. It depicts the history of humanity from early civilizations, through Classic, Middle, and Renaissance Ages, present-day, and a glimpse of the future. The motif of “progress” had precedents at several World’s Fairs of the 1930s. While the mural depicts a western narrative, it is much more ethnically inclusive than most others of this period. Influence of the Surrealist and Avant-Garde movements in art and design gained momentum in North America in the late 1930s. Many artists, including Marsicano, were known for their depictions of the female form. This influence is evident in 2601’s Lobby ceiling design, which features a stylized and curvaceous abstraction of the female form, also reflected in the floor tile pattern below.