Perched above the Ben Franklin Bridge and offering sweeping views of beautiful Old City and the skyline, Bridge is your gateway to the old and new charm of Philadelphia.

Life at Bridge

Location, Location, Location

Bridge boasts a prime location at 205 Race Street in Philadelphia, making it an ideal choice for those who value convenience and aesthetics. Situated in the Old City neighborhood, you’ll find yourself surrounded by historic charm, a thriving arts scene, and a lively atmosphere. You’re just steps away from the city’s top restaurants, shopping, and cultural landmarks, including the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall.

Whether you rely on public transit, bike, or drive, you’ll find it easy to get around the city from Bridge. The Market-Frankford subway line and multiple bus routes are just a short walk away, and nearby highways connect you to the entire Philadelphia region. With a Walk Score of 90 and a Transit Score of 93, you can effortlessly get anywhere you need.

Modern Style in Old City

When it comes to choosing your new home, looks matter – and Bridge does not disappoint! The thoughtfully designed apartments feature modern finishes, high-quality appliances, and a spacious and inviting atmosphere. The interior design combines sleek contemporary elements with a touch of industrial chic, reflecting the neighborhood’s unique character and history. And that’s not where the aesthetics end, just wait until you see the views in person.

Bridge’s atmosphere strikes a perfect balance between comfort and cutting-edge design, making it a sought-after destination for those who appreciate modern style.

Amenities Galore

Bridge offers an impressive range of amenities catering to residents’ diverse needs and interests. You can break a sweat at the state-of-the-art fitness center, relax in the beautifully landscaped terrace, or socialize with neighbors in the lounge.

For residents with cars or bikes, there is a lower-level parking lot and bike storage area for residents’ convenience.

Co-working lounge with several chairs, couches, tables, and kitchenette with a sprawling view of the Ben Franklin Bridge out the floor-to-ceiling windows.
Fifth-floor co-working lounge

If you want a beautiful backdrop to your conference calls, you can work from the dedicated co-working space on the fifth floor. This hub was designed for residents who work from home and want a quiet, bright, and relaxing place to work.

Also located on the fifth floor is a fully equipped fitness center with cardio and strength training equipment, free weight stations, and wide windows with skyline views of downtown Philadelphia.

Fantastic Views

Who doesn’t love lounging on a beautiful garden terrace or having incredible views from every vantage point?

On the fifth floor, residents will find an expansive landscaped terrace with views of the Ben Franklin Bridge, Delaware River, and the quintessential neighborhood streets of and historic landmarks of Old City. And with six private, reservable barbecue nooks, you can even enjoy a space all on your own. Whether you’re making dinner with friends or finding time to start that book you’ve been meaning to read, you’ll love hanging out on the terrace.

Garden Terrace outside of Bridge. Table, lounge chairs, and a grill with lights and heaters. Surrounded by flowers and greenery. View of the Ben Franklin Bridge.
Beautiful garden terrace with unmatched views

In addition to the fifth-floor terrace, Bridge residents also have access to a beautiful rooftop terrace overlooking the Ben Franklin Bridge with the option to reserve additional private cabanas. Experience the Philadelphia skyline from a perspective you can’t get anywhere else.

Beautiful rooftop terrace with several tables and chairs, lounge chairs, and greenery. Overlooking the Ben Franklin bridge at dawn, city lights in the distance
Rooftop terrace for relaxing and socializing

Gone Green

At Bridge, our unwavering commitment to sustainable living and reducing our environmental footprint takes center stage. We’re proud to be LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Gold. This means that Bridge has met rigorous sustainability and environmental performance standards set by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC). It indicates a high level of eco-friendliness, energy efficiency, and responsible resource use in construction and operation, making it an environmentally responsible and sustainable choice.

Bridge maintains over 8,000 square feet of accessible rooftop terraces, including live plantings and full-size trees. The live plantings capture significant rainfall and help to reduce water runoff into the city’s already overwhelmed sewer system. Bridge saves approximately 2 million gallons of water annually, a 40% higher water use savings compared to new, code-compliant buildings. In addition, the stormwater management system captures approximately 85% of the rainfall, using a 5,000-gallon cistern. The live green roof also dissipates heat from the building to reduce the need for over-air conditioning.

Pet Friendly

If you’re one of the many Philadelphians who love their pet, Bridge might be the perfect place for you. As a pet-friendly apartment community, Bridge allows you to share your space with your furry friend. Pet owners can also utilize the pet grooming room in the building to keep their pets clean and happy.

Rent Philly Feature

Recently, we worked with Rent Philly’s Boots Levinson to showcase Bridge and highlight its many incredible amenities. Boots hosted a virtual “open house” for his followers by videotaping his tour with one of Bridge’s Leasing Consultants, Ashmanie.

During the tour, Ashmanie took Boots up to the fifth floor to see the garden terrace, fitness center, and co-working lounge. From there, the group went up to the roof to experience the incredible views and see the private cabanas that residents can reserve. Even on a breezy, winter day, no one wanted to leave that view behind.

Next, the virtual tour went to the 17th floor to view two of Bridge’s available apartments. The first was a two-bedroom penthouse that overlooked the waterfront and the Ben Franklin Bridge. The second apartment was a studio with an attractive view of the city skyline and the surrounding Old City.

Check out the video by Rent Philly and Boots Levinson below.