The Arch

100 N. 17th Street Philadelphia, PA 19103 • From $115 Per Day
  • One & Two Bedroom Units Available
  • Up to Two Bathrooms
  • Pets Considered
  • Detached Garage
  • Laundry In Unit
  • Fitness Equipment

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Where history meets amenities! Rich in history and imagination…The Arch Luxury Apartments embodies Philadelphia’s architectural splendor. Intelligent floorplan layouts, lifestyle-centered amenities, inimitable views, and convenient Center City location make The Arch a place you can live. But it’s the airy light-flooded spaces, modern finishes, and stunning original artistry that will make you come alive. Live your life here. The Arch.

National Corporate Housing has everything you need and more, right at your doorstep. Explore Center City where you will find endless shopping, restaurants, and entertainment. Come home to this newly renovated historical building where you will find a lounge clubroom, a well equipped fitness center, a digital media theater and bike storage. Conveniently located near Fairmont Park, Comcast Center, Philadelphia Museum of Art, and Reading Terminal Market and a short walk to SEPTA. Enjoy the conveniences and comfort of temporary living!


Retail and Fine Dining Within Walking Distance
Convenience Store On-Site
Pet Friendly
Washer and Dryer in Apartment
24-Hour Concierge Service
24-Hour Fitness center
Media and Theater Room
Two Blocks to SEPTA
Controlled Access Entry

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With NY closer than 100 miles and Washington, DC, due shortly south, Philadelphia often gets knocked down the list. But in many ways, the City of Brotherly Love can be as satisfying as its bigger neighbors, with its own traditions, oversized food, music and art scenes. And because the city's oldest buildings are so well preserved, America's early history and its role in building democracy is often more accessible here. Also, it's a beautiful place that's easy to explore, its streets dotted with gracious squares and linked with lovely old alleys. In its early years, Philadelphia was the second-largest city in the British Empire, after London. But from the start of the Revolutionary War until 1790 (when Washington, DC, was founded), it was the new country's capital. 

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