Two Liberty Place Condo

The highest priced high-rise condominium sold in the city of

Philadelphia is located on the 46th floor of the Residences Two Liberty

Place. The Philadelphia Inquirer reported the exact amount of the sale

at $7.678 million.

While a spokesperson of Residences at Two Liberty Place indicated that

company policy is to not divulge the names of any of its affluent

residents, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer article, the buyer of

the 5,850-square-foot condo is media magnate H. Chase Lenfest, chairman

and CEO of Lenfest Enterprises and son of renowned philanthropist H.F.

Gerry Lenfest.

The current most expensive condo in Philly features a 2,000-plus-square

foot balcony and a large area indoors for entertaining. There are four

bedrooms. The bathroom of the cavernous master bedroom includes a

Jacuzzi and a steam shower. The unit also offers a full-gourmet

kitchen. Flooring throughout the dwelling is hand-finished walnut.

Celebrity Residents of Two Liberty Place

The biggest or most famous celebrity residents of Residences at Two

Liberty Place are Bon Jovi's lead guitarist Richie Sambora and the 2008

World Series MVP and Philadelphia Phillies' ace pitcher Cole Hamels.

Originally, there were 90 luxury residences on the floor plan at Two

Liberty Place. However, since some buyers purchased more than one unit

and merged those into super-sized single units, there are 80 residences

at the high-rise luxury condominium in the center of Philadelphia.

With sales of other units on the same floor, it is unlikely the

transaction?s record will last. Another transaction soon to close is

already reported to being sold at a higher amount. Penthouse units on

the 56th floor are expected to sell for more than $15 million. Two

Liberty Place residents enjoy views from the highest point in the city

along with unparalleled luxury amenities and great proximity to all the

finest attractions and offerings of the City of Brotherly Love.

Luxury condominiums begin at $1.1 million. For more information, visit James Rothaar