Piero Lissoni has designed an entire club level for resident wellness, relaxation and enjoyment, including a 72-foot aerial pool with bountiful natural light and magnificent southerly and westerly views through floor-to-ceiling windows.
The signature amenity at AKA University City's unfurnished luxury apartments in Philadelphia, a.lounge opens onto a.terrace, a four-season greenscaped oasis with endless sightlines and cozy fire pits soaring 400 feet above street level. Additional club-level amenities include: state-of-the-art fitness center with Technogym equipment, yoga/stretching area, private treatment room, and private locker room; dedicated private dining and conference areas with breathtaking views; a.cinema, a resident-only screening room; advanced business center services; and 3-D indoor golf simulator including a selection of world-renowned golf courses.
The vertical neighborhood will also offer exciting retail offerings and a highly anticipated new addition to Philadelphia's burgeoning culinary scene, including an indoor/outdoor restaurant and bar from the visionaries behind New York City's Michelin-starred Rebelle.
Cira Green, a visionary, one-acre landscaped oasis poised 90 feet above the vibrant urban marketplace of the Cira Centre South neighborhood, serves residents as both a personal “front yard” for sunset picnics; stargazing; sunbathing; or relaxed contemplation; and a convivial village green supporting the diverse live arts and programming unique to this great urban cultural and educational hub.
Residents and visitors can look forward to dining at the Walnut Street Cafe, a brand new restaurant from the visionaries behind New York City’s Michelin starred Rebelle.
Accolades for AKA’s restaurants
Food & Wine America’s Best New Grill Restaurants
Food & Wine America’s Best New Chefs
Wine Enthusiast America’s 100 Best Wine Restaurants
Zagat Young Chefs to Watch
Philadelphia Magazine Philadelphia’s Top Bars
“An ideal model of a modern Philadelphia restaurant— cafe-casual in ambience but sophisticated in the details” Three Bells. Craig LaBan Philadelphia Inquirer