We know home values are on the rise in 19123, which goes roughly as far south as the Race Street Pier, as far north as Thompson, and west from the Delaware to Broad Street. New construction dots the northern reaches of the map, and conversions, flips and other renovations are rife throughout the zip code. These are three of the most expensive properties on the market in 19123.
901 N. Penn St., F2004, Philadelphia
Monthly taxes: $124 (two years remaining on tax abatement)
Tell me all about it: This “mini-penthouse” at Waterfront Square features walls of windows and panoramic views. The four-bedroom home also boasts 300 square feet of private, outdoor living space. Inside, the kitchen features high-end appliances and a built-in wine fridge. The building includes its own fitness center, outdoor jogging area, and putting green Bonus: Swarovski sconces light the unit.
1009 N. Orianna St., Philadelphia
Monthly taxes: $206
Tell me all about it: This four-bedroom home has a lot to boast about. Inside, the finished basement is a great entertaining space. Upstairs, the kitchen features a 15-foot island and two of each of the high-end appliances. The master suite has a whirlpool tub for two. Outside, there are wooden chandeliers and a lush lawn at ground level as well as a huge deck.
622 N. Bodine St., Philadelphia
Monthly taxes: $1,297 (tax abatement pending)
Tell me all about it: This four-bedroom home is brand new and features two entirely separate roof decks (plus two other private decks). The home boasts a private elevator, two-car attached garage parking, and the highest of high-end appliances. We love the master suite, with a spa-like bath featuring heated floors and a huge soaking tub.