Inquirer staff writer Peter Mucha reports:
“The most expensive luxury condominium ever sold in the history of Philadelphia” has fetched nearly $7.7 million, according to the Residences at Two Liberty Place.
The four-bedroom home on the 46th floor — one of 20 floors with living quarters — has 5,850 square feet of space, including billiard room, a “custom gourmet kitchen,” hand-finished walnut floors, and more than 2,000 square feet of balcony.
That’s the “highest residential outdoor space in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania,” according to a news release.
Only One Liberty Place and the Comcast Center, the city’s tallest building, rise higher in Philadelphia.