The Ellington Condominiums is Philadelphia, with a new kind of style.
The Ellington is an elegant condominium with fabulous views, right in the heart of Center City: A true Philadelphia classic. Indulge in a host of incomparable amenities and services designed to complement your modern lifestyle.
A state-of-the-art fitness center will get your adrenaline pumping.
Gather your friends in the beautifully designed clubroom with library and plasma screen TV.
A 24-hour concierge is at your service to assist with all manner of requests.
Video monitoring and intercom allow for added security and peace of mind.
Each residence is wired for digital cable and is Internet-ready, for those who demand the latest technology.
24-hour maintenance assures prompt resolution to life’s unavoidable problems.
Adjacent parking means never having to hunt for the perfect spot.
All homes will enjoy the benefit of a tax abatement.
Whether you choose a one- or two-bedroom residence, no other building in Center City can match the sophistication and elegance of The Ellington. Soaring ceilings, gourmet kitchens, sumptuous baths — it’s about whatever gets you jazzed.
- Soaring 10′ ceilings provide an open, airy feeling.
- New, oversized, fully operable windows are equipped with energy efficient panes.
- Architectural glass block windows grace selected homes.
- Full size GE washer and dryer are included in every home.
- A spacious vanity area features an elegant cultured marble top.
- Oversized medicine cabinets offer convenient storage for all your personal items.
- Stylish Kohler fixtures provide a modern yet classic motif.
- Impressive city views are enjoyed from many homes.
Floors (above ground) — 21
Floors (underground) — *
Renovation end — 2000
Units — *
Structure in General
Construction Type — high-rise
Current Status — completed
Structural Material — steel
Main Usages — residential condominium
The Franklin Trust Building was converted to apartments and changed its name to Pennsylvania House in 2000.
Another conversion occurred in 2006, with the building becoming owner-occupied condominiums. The new name is the Ellington.
Companies involved in this building
Architect: DeArmond, Ashmead & Bickley, John Torrey Windrim, Max Arthur Bernhardt