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Mid-Rise Apartment
Midtown Village, 1334 Walnut St | Philadelphia
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  •  Air Conditioning  
  •  Cat friendly
  •  Controlled Access
  •  Dog friendly
  •  Fitness Center
  •  Granite Countertops
  •  Hardwood Floors
  •  High Ceilings
  •  Oversize or penthouse units
  •  Parking Nearby
  •  Stainless Steel Appliances
  •  Washer/Dryer In Unit

User Rating

8.4
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13 Reviews

About this Location

MOM’s Organic Market
8 min walk
Lots of bars and
restaurants nearby
Dilworth Park
5 min walk
BSL (metro) - 2 min
MFL (metro) - 7 min

Pricing 
updated Aug 10

1 Bedroom, 1 Bath
$1,625+
2 Bedrooms, 1 Bath
$1,930+
2 Bedrooms, 2 Baths
$2,650+
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(215) 398-1073
  • Building Related

    •  Elevators
  • Kitchen

    •  Dishwasher
    •  Granite Countertops
    •  Microwave
    •  Refrigerator
    •  Stainless Steel Appliances
  • Laundry

    •  Washer/Dryer In Unit
  • Living Room

    •  Air Conditioning  
    •  Hardwood Floors
    •  High Ceilings
  • Parking & Transportation

    •  Parking Nearby
  • Pet Terms & Amenities

    •  Cat fee  
    •  Cat friendly
    •  Dog fee  
    •  Dog friendly
  • Security & Maintenance

    •  Controlled Access
  • Unique Unit Types

    •  Oversize or penthouse units
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Overall rating 8.4/10, based on 13 renter reviews

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8.6
Value
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1334 Walnut reviews and highlights

  • Many of Philly's best restaurants and bars are just a block or two away
  • Stainless steel appliances
  • Great apartment for grad students and young professionals
  • Tons of space, high ceilings, and hardwood floors
  • Great location in the middle of Center city, though it can get pretty noisy at times
  • Lots of closet storage
  • No doorman, but a convenient buzzer system that goes straight to your cell phone
  • Management is great and highly responsive
  • There are a couple of really well priced gyms within 2 blocks
  • Highly recommend the building
  • Abundance of public transportation options
  • Finishes are nice
  • Vent system does a good job of cooling the apartment in the summer
  • Reasonably priced
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Wonderful apartment with great neighbors

I've lived at 1334 Walnut for a few years now, and it's been a great experience. It's a small 7 floor building with about 20 units, but it worked well for my roommate and I because we didn't want to pay extra doorman or any fancy building amenities.

We were able to get a much larger 2 bedroom apartment for our budget than we could at any of the nearby properties. It's also an incredibly convenient location (i.e. right above the Wawa, 2 blocks from Target, and connected to all of Philadelphia's major public transit lines).

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Wonderful building in heart of downtown

1334 is a great building - the management is amazing and you're close to the center of everything (including the new flagship Wawa!) The building is a great value, though doesn't have any extra common amenities. The keypad entry makes sure packages get into the property. That said, things can definitely get noisy from all the events on Broad Street or just general construction in the area. Access to major buses is a plus and there are tons of great restaurants nearby. The units themselves are very nice and well-built, though the windows don't keep in the sound as well as they could.

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1334 Walnut

This building is in a very central location and has nice interiors. One major plus is in-unit washer/dryers, and updated kitchens. The living area gets wonderful natural light and has very high ceilings, which makes it feel much more spacious. Although located on Walnut, there is very little street noise in the back of the building. The bedroom (at least in our unit) is very small and does not get much light. In addition, there is very little closet space or storage space overall. Management is responsive and invested in the building.

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1334 Walnut Street -- Great place to live!

This apartment building is an excellent place to live. The location is perfect, right by city hall with tons of bars, restaurants, and parks within walking distance. Trash is the only thing included in rent, so you will also need to pay for electric, water, cable, internet, etc., just something to keep in mind.

The management of this building is my favorite part. The owners are incredibly kind and know each tenant individually; they take the time to talk to you when they see you in the building and even out on the sidewalk if they see you around the city. They are quick to respond to email, text, or phone call for any issue you may have. They are just truly kind people in general, and they love pets! I've never once had any issues with them, or any of my neighbors for that matter. Everyone is very nice, says hi in the hallways and elevator, and no issues with noise (besides the occasional Friday night).

As for negatives, I do wish this apartment had a doorman, especially when coming home alone late at night. This would also be nice for accepting packages, since sometimes UPS / FedEx cannot get into the building, then you are stuck trying to figure out how to get your package. That being said, a doorman would increase rent, so there are pros and cons. Additionally, the apartments have very little storage space -- a small pantry and one small bedroom closet. Just something to consider.

Overall, I'd highly recommend this apartment building to anyone looking to be in a social area of the city. The apartments have hardwood floors, washer & dryer, granite countertops and new appliances, and extremely kind management!

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Thin walls but overall great

This is a great place to live! The location is wonderful and that was most important to me when looking for a place to live. It's a beautiful building and the door intercom system is super convenient. There's a ton of natural light coming into the living area which is really nice. My only complaints are that the walls are extremely thin; you can really hear everything your neighbor does and that it's pretty cold inside the apartment. It's hard to regulate the temperature; though overall, I really enjoy living here. The landlords are great people and very friendly.

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Impressed with the building

I moved here from New York and was very impressed with this building. The location is minutes from great bars/ restaurants and includes many of the amenities not found in many other buildings. I highly recommend the building to others moving here.

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Great Apartment

Awesome apartment building! Updated and clean. Landlord great about answering requests. No amenities though! And very poor energy conservation (expensive electric bill). Great space. Just wish there was more storage. Young people in the building. Love it!

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Excellent Location and Building

Perfect location in Center City with an onsite management team that is excellent to deal with. Apartments are only a few years old and have new finishings with washer/dryer in each apartment and amazing bars and restaurants that are right around the corner. Building is secure and extremely pet-friendly.

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Great building in the center of everything!

1334 is a great property for anyone who cares a lot about location and less about communal amenities. The units are large and spacious and fairly priced relative to other options in center city. While there's no doorman, the intercom system works great and makes it easy to accept Amazon packages when you're not there (it goes straight to your cell). The management is great and highly responsive - it's not the same as having an on-call staff, but they personally care about the tenants and make sure that things are taken care of as needed. In addition to the central location on Walnut, the new flagship Wawa next door makes it even better as there's 24 hour access to food and necessities.

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Great one bedroom but over priced

Apartment is in great location but cheaper construction/appliances because it is a rental property-think I pay too much for the value. The owners live in the apartment building and are super nice and friendly but coming from a handy family, I wouldn't say he is is the handiest when it comes to fixing things. Its a smaller company so I am used to lots of handymen from other companies like pearl properties who are certified and know how to get things fixed properly. Very quiet, living on walnut is hard with constant traffic and noise but its so quiet and I love that!

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The Neighborhood

Signature Spots

23 Recommendations

Barbuzzo
Sampan
Fogo de Chão Brazilian Steakhouse
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3 Recommendations

MOM’s Organic Market
Di Bruno Bros.
Whole Foods Market
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2 Recommendations

Walgreens
Wawa
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20 Recommendations

The Sporting Club at the Bellevue
Optimal Sport Health Club
Philly Personal Training
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5 Recommendations

Rittenhouse Square Park
Seger Park
Dilworth Park
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15 Recommendations

Capogiro Gelato
Max Brenner
Elixr Coffee Roasters
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About Midtown Village

Working professionals abound in the heart of Center City, populating the many restaurants and cafes during their lunch breaks. Also known as The Gayborhood, this area has a large concentration of LGBTQ-friendly businesses and bars. Day or night, Midtown Village is bustling with activity.
Busy
Very Safe
Gayborhood
Center City
High Prices
Tough Parking
Central Location
Median rents in Midtown Village
Studio
$
1,150
1 Bedroom
$
2,050
2 Bedroom
$
2,700

Getting around Midtown Village

BSL (metro)

2 min

PATCO (rail)

4 min

MFL (metro)

7 min

Suburban Station

11 min

27/32 (bus)

1 min

21/42/9 (bus)

1 min

Parking Near 1334 Walnut

No parking is available at 1334 Walnut, but there is parking nearby.

Patriot Parking Inc. - Holiday Inn Garage

1 min
$265 / month

Interpark 1327 Locust St

3 min
$195 / month

Parkway Bellevue Garage

2 min
$360 / month
Parking rates are for informational purposes only and may vary — for most up to date pricing, please reach out to the garage directly.

Midtown Village Reviews

75 reviews
Great neighborhood that keeps on getting better. Lots of new restaurants have been added over the last year, and we have several great grocery options (i.e. Target, Mom's Organic, and if you want to walk a bit further, Whole Foods). It's easy to walk anywhere in Center City, and if you need to get a bit further, there are several public transit options nearby (Jefferson Station, Suburban, Broad Street Line, Market Frankford line).
Wonderful vibrant neighborhood that is also affordable especially relative to nearby options like Rittenhouse Square or Old City. Constantly has tons of new fast casual and fine dining restaurants offering a wide variety of price options. Between the Target, Mom's, and Reading Terminal, there are plenty of options for groceries/necessities that weren't there a few years back. Public transit is great - you can get across town easily by bus or train. If you need to get to NYC or somewhere on regional rail, Jefferson Station and Greyhound are right there as well. I'd strongly recommend Midtown Village if you're moving to Philly!
Midtown Village is a fast-growing and both has great mainstay restaurants like El Vez and Barbuzzo as well as amazing chains like Chipotle and Sweet Green. The addition of a Target, Wawa, CVS, Starbucks, and Petco makes it even more accessible and naturally the location is as central as you can be in Philadelphia. In comparing options, you usually can get a bit of a discount versus Rittenhouse Square and Old City, mainly because the Midtown Village brand is still being built up, but you really can't beat the location and access to amenities. The only thing it's missing is a full-service grocery store, but between Reading Terminal Market, Target, Walgreens, and CVS you're pretty set. The main downside can be the noise and litter that comes with being in the heart of downtown, but it's a trade off I'm more than willing to make and has been getting better with time.
I love this neighborhood! It's very lively and great for young adults. There are a lot of cool restaurants/bars around. It's a little pricey but what can you expect from being in the center of a city like Philadelphia?
The area is filled with lots of young people. I don't feel unsafe walking around even at night because there are people out all the time. There are a couple of narrow streets I probably wouldn't walk through though.
The neighborhood is amazing and getting better every day! It combines access to great daily conveniences (coffee shops, Target, Wawa, etc.) with some of the best independent restaurants and bars in Philly. The location is incredibly central overall and transit options can get you pretty much anywhere in the city. It can get a bit noisy, though that's the price you pay for being downtown.
The location for The Collins could not be better. The Chestnut St. entrance is just a few feet from a brand new Target, and the Sansom St. entrance is directly across from two parking garages with monthly parking options. There are a ton of fantastic restaurants within a few blocks, and public transportation available at every street corner.
Right on Broad Street, so parking is tough but you're literally in the middle of the city.

Area comes with the usual urban lifestyle: lots of bars, restaurants, nightlife, but also lots of construction, traffic, and questionable characters on the streets
Great location, conveniently located to restaurants, bars - pretty much in the center of everything. Tons of young people and working professional in the area. Only downside would be that the closest major grocery store is about a 20 minute walk.

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