Naval Square

1 Academy Circle, 100-500 Admirals Way, 100-400 Captains Way, 600-700 Commodore Ct. Philadelphia, PA 19146

With so many unique floor plans to choose from, these Philadelphia condominiums and townhomes at 24th and Grey's Ferry are perfect for every lifestyle. These residences are located in an exclusive gated community and are filled with amenities from high ceilings to private parking garages. They offer a fitness center and a community room and are just a short walk to both Center City and University City. Naval Square is a pet-friendly condo association - Two pets allowed per unit.

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Quick Sales Stats
2022: 22 Sales, Top price $900,000
2021: 32 Sales, Top price $860,000
2020: 20 Sales, Top price $845,000
2019: 24 Sales, Top price $870,000
2018: 26 Sales, Top price $850,000
2017: 26 Sales, Top price $744,500
2016: 24 Sales, Top price $677,000

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Naval Square is a gated neighborhood of Southwest Center City Philadelphia that served as the first United States Naval Academy from 1834 to 1845 when the Naval Academy formed in Annapolis. Purchased by Toll Brother's over twenty-five years ago, the parcel sat vacant until early 2000 when construction began. The first units became available in 2004, and Toll continued to build and sell the complex until early 2014. With a total of 601 units built- the complex offers the widest possible rarity of townhomes and condominiums within its gates. Almost all units include Parking, and some units have storage areas. The center building in the complex has a concierge who can collect daytime deliveries and dry cleaning. Naval Square offers a seasonal pool and a year-round gym, which is probably one of the better-sized gyms in town. Naval Square sits on 20 acres of manicured grounds with some lovely classic architecture.

All units in the complex are designated as condominiums- even the four-story townhouse styled homes. There are some stacked townhouse styled units (one unit lower, one unit upper) and the main center building known as Biddle Hall houses studio, one and two-bedroom condos. Also, there are several newer buildings (four in total) that each house approximately 40 units each.

I have always appreciated the gated community aspect of this complex, as it feels secure to many of my buyers who visit. I think the fit and finish is strong and varied. The association maintains the gardens, and this is one community that seems to have more green open spaces than paved driveways and parking lots. U of Penn is going hog-ass wild in the neighborhood along the banks of the river and bringing more services, bodies, and traffic to the area, which I think is perfect in terms of resale ability and value retention over the long haul.