Luxury Apartments near Drexel UniversityFebruary 2, 2020
So you’re getting prepared to head back to school and the final piece of the puzzle is finding a place to live? We get it. If you’re in the market for apartments near Drexel University, we have just the place for you.
The luxurious apartments available at 3737 Chestnut, right in the heart of Philadelphia’s University City, are just a half-mile away from campus, making your commute an easy 10-minute walk. So, though you may not technically be living on campus, you’re close enough—and in such a student-saturated part of town—that you’d never know the difference, except when it comes to your living space.
We offer a variety of floor plans to suit your preferences and needs, from studio suites up to two bedrooms. There are even options for fully furnished apartments to make the move even easier for you and give you one less expense to worry about as you fill out student-loan forms. Shared amenities at 3737 Chestnut include a terrace garden, billiards and game room, media room, and even a cafe with free streaming internet. Plus, head to the rooftop lounge to enjoy sweeping views of the surrounding city.
Life here is like nothing you’d find living on campus, that’s for sure. But at the same time, the abundance of amenities offered transforms this apartment building into an actual community, one that inspires socialization and encourages neighbors to get to know each other.
By the way, if walking to campus isn’t your thing, don’t worry: Public transportation is plentiful in the area. SEPTA’s LUCY Gold bus, which runs on a continuous loop around University City, has a stop nearby (at 37th and Market) and will quickly whisk you away to campus faster than your legs can carry you. Though it runs frequently, if you miss the LUCY Gold, you always have the option to hop onto one of the regular SEPTA lines; Numbers 21 and 13 will take you where you need to be.
We hope you’ll take a moment to consider the kind of life you could have by living in one of our apartments near Drexel University.