Liberty One Observation Deck

Nov 25, 2015

Thanksgiving weekend is always a favorite time of year for me. The weather is at its autumn peak, the city quiets down a bit, and yet there is always so much to do. Philadelphia has really taken it up a notch with its warmer weather spectacles, like its numerous beer gardens in hip neighborhoods, the increase in public space on our waterfront including Spruce Street Harbor Park and all the new Piers, there are running paths, hiking paths, Mural Arts tours, and, of course, the tours I give of the proposed Rail Park. Now that the weather is beginning to chill, Philly isn’t letting us down. Dilworth Park at City Hall opened its annual Rothman Skating Rink already, as of this weekend the holiday lights will be set up around the city that illuminate the skies after the early sunsets. Something else fantastic that’s opening to the public this weekend is the Observation Deck at Liberty One. Joining other Center City favorite views like the City Hall Observation Tower, XIX at the Bellview, Top of the Tower at Three logan Square, and the Pyramid Club, November 28th holds a new experience. At 57 floors up and 360 degree views, if you’re a local, the ever present “I can see my house from here” phrase will most likely hold true.

Tickets are already available on the website: https://www.phillyfromthetop.com/index.php

It’s amenities like these, in addition to our museums, food, culture, architecture, and so much more that make living in Philadelphia the place to be.

Michael Garden

Michael Garden

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Michael’s real estate practice is focused on quality properties in established and developing neighborhoods that offer all the desirable amenities of urban living. Rittenhouse Square to Queen Village, Kensington to Passyunk, and great outlying communities such as Chestnut Hill and Spruce Hill are all within his domain.

Michael ventured into real estate in New York in the 1990’s developing residential and small business commercial properties as an investor, contractor, and end user. In 2005 he moved to Philadelphia and began working with individuals, couples, families, and investors to achieve their real estate goals. Since then, Michael has developed a comprehensive knowledge of the neighborhoods of Philadelphia, our changing market conditions, and how to position each deal. He has an inherent ability to understand his client’s motivation, tastes, and bottom line, making him in an invaluable asset to each transaction. Michael’s attention to detail and his sensitivity to the interests of all involved parties are redefining buyer’s and seller’s expectations, one client at a time.