Urban Pace, a Long & Foster company, recently opened the doors to a premier townhouse community along the Delaware River in Philadelphia. Known as Northbank, this one-of-a-kind neighborhood, developed in partnership with Concordia Group and D3, is the largest residential development ever built along the Delaware River.
The 35-acre property, located off Beach Street, was a former industrial site. The inclusion of metal in the design of the homes serves as a nod to the area’s history, while modern features and options meet the desires of urban dwellers. Buyers can choose between five floorplans, ranging from three to five bedrooms with spacious rooms, open chef’s kitchens, and welcoming rooftop decks with fantastic views. Prices start from the mid-$400s.
Northbank offers distinction and luxury at a new residential landmark in a natural waterfront environment with easy access to shopping in Fishtown or Center City. The neighborhood is adjacent to Graffiti Pier, a cultural monument to graffiti art, which the city is currently transforming into a public park.
Well-designed, the front of each townhome opens to common green areas and the community includes a nearly one-acre park. Street-level retail space provides convenience for residents to shop or dine. It will be easy for residents to get coffee, then stroll along the community’s waterfront trail enjoying pristine riverfront views, which include a look at Petty Island, a wooded nature preserve in the middle of the Delaware River.