Steeped in history, culture, education and corporate abundance, Philadelphia endows everyone who lives there with a most inspired lifestyle.
And CAS offers furnished corporate apartments in three of the most coveted areas of the city.
Philadelphia: Bringing its Famous Slogan to Life
Philadelphia is known far and wide as “The City of Brotherly Love.” Despite being the second-largest city on the East Coast and fifth-largest in the country, Philadelphia has a small town, neighborhood feel that embodies its famous moniker. Philadelphia feels and functions like a collection of individual neighborhoods, each with their own personality, where people know each other and local businesses thrive.
Major Corporate Hub and Healthcare, Education Mecca
Philadelphia has a wide array of economic sectors including manufacturing, oil refining, food processing, health care and biotechnology, tourism and financial services. Global brand leaders have proudly made their headquarters in Philadelphia for decades. These include corporations such as Aramark, Comcast, GlaxoSmithKline, Urban Outfitters, and many others. The city served as the capital city of the United States, before the construction of Washington, D.C. The federal government also has several facilities in Philadelphia including the East Coast operations of the United States Mint and federal courts.
Philadelphia is an important center for medicine, a distinction that it has held since the colonial period. The city is home to the nation’s first hospital, Pennsylvania Hospital, founded in 1751 by Dr. Thomas Bond and Benjamin Franklin "to care for the sick-poor and insane who were wandering the streets of Philadelphia." The city’s healthcare heritage also extends to the nation’s first medical school at the University of Pennsylvania (Penn). The city's largest private employer, Penn also runs a large teaching hospital and extensive medical system. Philadelphia is an unrivaled college town, drawing hundreds of thousands of students to area every year. In addition to Penn, there over 15 four-year colleges in the area, including Temple University, LaSalle University, the Moore College of Art and Design, and others.
Experience Philadelphia’s Neighborhoods Up Close via Exclusive Corporate Housing
Corporate Apartment Specialists, Inc. can connect you to the rich charm and historical beauty of Philadelphia’s neighborhoods through our array of luxury furnished apartments, ideally suited to meet your temporary housing needs.
In the Center City district, look at 1500 Locust or the Franklin Residences, both within walking distance of popular gathering spots for Philadelphians, including Rittenhouse Square, Logan Circle, and numerous dining, entertainment, retail and public transportation options. From here, you can also easily make your way to the Philadelphia Museum of Art, where you can climb the steps like Rocky. For another diverse neighborhood experience try 777 South Broad Apartments, which puts you just steps from the famous open air stalls and restaurants of Philadelphia’s Italian Market neighborhood. Just outside Center City are the Charter Court apartments, which offers corporate apartments in the beautiful East Falls neighborhood, with easy access to many of the area’s attractions.
Enjoy Historic Attractions, the Great Outdoors, Fine Dining and More
From any of our corporate housing locations, you’ll be exposed to everything Philly offers. Beyond its neighborhood charm, the city offers its residents a rewarding and dynamic lifestyle filled with world-class entertainment options, chef-owned restaurants, a diverse arts and cultural scene, and other benefits of being in a major metropolitan area.
Venture to the prestigious Avenue of the Arts (Broad Street) in Philadelphia and the world-renowned Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts to take in a performance of the Philadelphia Orchestra or Philly Pops. Nearby are numerous theaters, jazz clubs and night spots, and some of the world’s finest restaurants. The city’s professional sports complex, home to the Eagles (NFL), Phillies (MLB), 76ers (NBA), and Flyers (NHL), is further south on Broad Street, less than 10 minutes away by taxi, car or subway.
Philadelphia is also famous for being the cradle of American history; where the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution were signed and the Liberty Bell proudly sits in Independence Hall. No other city packs more history into its streets than Philly.
If you love the outdoors, then pack a picnic lunch and head to Washington Square Park near the city’s famous Society Hill neighborhood. For more adventure, head one hour to the North to enjoy some skiing in the Pocono Mountains. When the calendar turns to summer, the Jersey Shore’s beaches are just an hour away to the East.