Symphony House Condos at 440 S. Broad St. in Philadelphia

Symphony House Condos

440 S. Broad St. Philadelphia, PA 19146

Standing an impressive 350 feet above the Avenue of the Arts is a very successful new addition to our skyline, The Symphony House Condominiums at Broad and Pine Streets have been selling very well, concerning its competition. With condos ranging from one-bedroom flats to four-bedroom penthouse units (848sq ft- 2232 sq ft). The Symphony House offers a wide variety of Center City condominiums. Onsite parking, 24-hour concierge, as well as onsite pool, gracious gym, and community room areas, the Symphony house sits in the heart of Center City Philadelphia. With a maximum of nine condominium residences per floor, good ceiling height and some floor to ceiling glass wall windows, the units are bright and cheery. They offer a wide range of customization options. We have always found the staff to be very polite and helpful, and the proximity to cultural activities on the Avenue of the Arts is incomparable. Give me a call, and let’s see the Symphony House condominiums at Broad and Pine Streets!

Symphony House Amenities

Fitness Center

Symphony House Additional Information
  • Year Built: 2005-2007
  • Doorman: 24 hour Doorman building
  • Spread of Units: One to Four Bedroom Condos
  • Number of Units: 163
  • Amenities: Pool / Gym / HVAC / Community Room (Board Room, Library, Catering Kitchen)
  • Condo Fees Include: Master Insurance Policy / Management / Common Building Maintenance / 24 hour Doorman / Pool / Gym / HVAC / Water and Sewer / Amenities Floor
  • Extra Fees For: $50 per year for each bike (on 6th and 7th floor) / $150 per year wine storage locker - holds up to 34 bottles / $50 per hour (IF over 4 hours) for use of board room or catering kitchen
  • Owners Pay: Electric and Cable
  • Unit Sizes: 848-4663 sq. ft
  • Heat: Forced Hot Air
  • Height: 30 Stories
Symphony House Map Location
Symphony House Floorplans

Symphony House Management Company

Camco Management
(215) 735-2010

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I used to live right around the corner from what was a gas station sitting on the southwest corner of Broad and Pine Streets. Adjacent to that gas station was an open parking lot. Carl Dranoff bought both parcels and erected the Symphony House Condominiums around 2006. The lobby is very inviting and on a cold winters day even more so with a fireplace that keeps the area pleasant and toasty. Condos at the Symphony House range in size from 848 sq ft to an enormous penthouse at 4663 sq ft. A total of 163 units in the Association. I believe there are about a dozen floorplans at the Symphony House condominiums. A 31 story high rise sitting on the Avenue of the Arts (Broad Street), the condos range from one-bedroom to five-bedroom condos. A maximum of nine condos per floor and the condos feature floor to ceiling windows. Adjoining is a 400 seat theater and a parking garage. The Symphony House condos had one of the best pre-sale records in town- due in large part to the location, design, and the developer who is well known and respected in Center City Philadelphia. The 8th floor is the amenities floor for the Symphony House and has a great pool, a community room, conference rooms, and a wine storage facility. One of the most thought out, best designed common residence floors in town and seems to get good use for a good reason. Twenty years ago, Broad St. was kinda’ dead at night. Today, the aptly renamed Avenue of the Arts is alive with activity and a place I enjoy visiting.