Prospective residents of downtown West Chester, Pennsylvania, have a new luxury apartment complex to consider when searching for a new home. This spring, 124 Market Place – a beautiful portfolio of apartments in West Chester, Pennsylvania – will serve as the new dwelling of choice for many within both the local residential and retail communities.
Conveniently located within the heart of downtown West Chester, 124 Market Place is within walking distance to some of the area’s best cultural and historical sites and museums, and provides access to more than 50 West Chester restaurants, specialty shops, and more.
The new pet-friendly apartment complex in West Chester offers the security of controlled access, well-lit private parking areas, around-the-clock video surveillance security, as well as the comfort of an onsite concierge and valet parking service. Additional onsite amenities include private and secure storage, a state-of-the art fitness facility, free WiFi throughout, a smoke-free environment, and an elevator reserved exclusively for pets.
124 Market Place features 88 beautifully appointed one-and two-bedroom luxury apartment units, many offering views of charming and historic West Chester Borough. The residential units boast open living areas with bright sunlit rooms, spacious chef-inspired kitchens, and designer features such as granite countertops, ceramic floors, and Energy Star Appliances throughout.
The five-story brick and stucco building, designed by Spiezle Architectural Group, features the Shoppes at Market Place, 10,000 square-feet of vibrant ground-level Class A retail and restaurant space. With maintenance-free first floor living for future retail and restaurant tenants, 124 Market Place is ideal for those looking to establish a luxurious place of residence within convenient proximity to one’s thriving business.
124 Market Place is managed by McCool Properties and is currently accepting new lease applications. With its prime location in the cultural capital of Chester County and its abundance of onsite amenities, retail space and residential units are proving to fill up rather quickly.