Enjoy unrivaled craftsmanship and sophistication in a historic Beaux Arts building, soaring 22 stories over Center City’s Avenue of the Arts.
An immaculate archetype of Beaux Arts style completely reimagined from the inside out by starchitect Rafael Vinoly, The Atlantic heralds the arrival of Billionaire’s Row-class composure and lifestyle amenities to Philadelphia. From the exceptional quality raw materials to the exquisite interior finishes, every element of The Atlantic has been meticulously engineered, bearing the collective wisdom of the design team to represent the epitome of modern refinement.
The Atlantic has a rich history that began with its design in 1922 by architect Joseph F. Kuntz as the headquarters of its namesake, the Atlantic-Richfield Oil Company. Rising 22 stories above the renowned Avenue of the Arts, The Atlantic’s exterior character makes it one of the most recognizable buildings in Philadelphia. With a foundation of timeless tradition and prestige the property was transformed in 2018, recreated for every element of exquisite living.
Designed to LEED Gold standards, The Atlantic is completely powered by wind-generated electricity, reducing the building’s carbon footprint to almost non-existent. As an adaptive re-use of an obsolete building, The Atlantic building was a large scale recycling project delivering new world-class residences at a fraction of the environmental impact of new construction. Responsibly sourced building materials including locally made cabinetry and Forest Stewardship Council certified hardwood flooring have very low emissions of Volatile Organic Compounds, for the highest standard of indoor air quality. With a rebuilt building envelope far more efficient than a new glass curtainwall highrise and the most efficient HVAC system available, Energy Star everything, all LED lighting, and every other green feature imaginable, The Atlantic has been designed to meet the highest levels of sustainability.
1401 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102 | (215) 839-1007