Riverwalk Apartments Residents Enjoy Museums and Culture
A few blocks east of Riverwalk Philly sits Rittenhouse Square. William Penn built Rittenhouse Square in 1663 as one of Philadelphia’s five original squares. Originally known as “Southwest Square,” it was renamed in 1825 to commemorate David Rittenhouse, an astronomer, clockmaker, Revolutionary War supporter, and son to the creator of Philadelphia’s original paper mill. Today, the neighborhood is home to Philadelphia’s best museums and culture.
At Riverwalk apartments, you’ll also be mere blocks away from the famous Parkway Museum District. In a short afternoon walk, you can view impressionist art, see Rodin sculptures, and climb the famous Rocky Steps at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Stroll down the stately JFK Parkway to visit the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Barnes Foundation, or the Academy of Natural Sciences. Immerse yourself in the sounds of Philadelphia at the Curtis Institute of Music, the Kimmel Center, and the Academy of Music. Pass City Hall as you cross the Avenue of the Arts and learn about Philadelphia’s rich history in Old City and Society Hill. It’s all just steps away from Riverwalk Philadelphia, home to your luxury apartment in West Rittenhouse.
Ready to Call Riverwalk Philadelphia Home?
Make a Riverwalk Philadelphia home with the help of an experienced realtor at Maxwell Realty. If you’re looking for a luxury one-bedroom or two-bedroom in Philadelphia, it doesn’t get better than Riverwalk apartments. Enjoy more than 50,000 square feet of high-end amenities without leaving the building. Or when you do want to leave, you have all of West Rittenhouse at your doorstep.
Maxwell Realty is ready to help you live in style at the Riverwalk Philadelphia today. Call one of our agents to learn more about the leasing opportunities at the newest Philadelphia luxury apartment building.