Apartment Living in the Philadelphia, PA Area

philadelphiaPhiladelphia is rich in history, culture, and entertainment. Philadelphia is one of the largest and most populous cities in the United States. It is home to many venues and attractions, as well as beautiful parks and awe-inspiring scenery. Despite its size, it is a big city that's small enough to feel like home. If you’ve ever thought of renting the perfect apartment in the Philadelphia area, Home Properties has a variety of apartment communities for you to consider!

View Philadelphia Area Apartments for Rent

Renting your new apartment at Home Properties puts you close to all the action Philadelphia has to offer. We have one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments throughout the Philadelphia area including Bensalem, Bryn Mawr, Conshohocken, Devon, Downingtown, Jeffersonville, and West Chester. We also offer communities in the Lehigh Valley, including Allentown, Bethlehem, and Whitehall. Leasing at one of our apartment communities allows you to enjoy scenic living with easy access to the city – the best of both worlds! 

Philadelphia Area Apartments for Rent

Home Properties apartments in the areas surrounding Philadelphia offer a variety of amenities to make you feel right at home! Most of our leased properties include a swimming pool, fitness center, in-home washer & dryer or on-site laundry area, air conditioning, as well as your own private balcony or patio. Combined with a pet friendly policy and Our Pledge to ensure you're satisfied in your new apartment, Home Properties could be the perfect place to lease your new apartment home in the Philadelphia area. 

Philadelphia History
Philadelphia is one of the oldest cities in the United States. Both the Declaration of Independence and U.S. Constitution were signed here and, at one time, it was this nation's capital. Founded in 1682 by William Penn, the “City of Brotherly Love” was home to such famous names as Ben Franklin and Betsy Ross.

Philadelphia Features and Attractions
Philadelphia features an 8,900-acre park system with lots of recreation options, a picturesque riverfront dotted with collegiate boathouses, Rittenhouse Square, the Reading Terminal Market, the Philadelphia Flower Show, annual Mummer's Parade, and much more. Restaurants rival the best in the country and the music scene ranges from classical to original jazz, rock, folk, and hip-hop. Philadelphia is home to Eagles football, Phillies baseball, Sixers basketball, Flyers hockey, and the U.S. Pro Cycling championship. It is also home to the Independence National Historic Park and the giant Fairmount Park.

Philadelphia Neighborhoods
The city features many well-known neighborhoods, including City Center, Manayunk, and the Parkway Museums District. Perhaps the most popular among tourists is City Center, which is home to the National Constitution Center, Independence Hall, and the Liberty Bell. Manayunk offers many restaurants and even more chic boutiques. Numerous museums, including the famous Philadelphia Museum of Art, are located in the renowned Parkway Museums District.

Other Locations near Philadelphia
Philadelphia is close to New York City, Atlantic City casinos and the Jersey Shore, the Pocono Mountains, and Washington, DC. The vast network of buses, trolleys, subway, and trains make transportation fast and easy throughout the city and the region.

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