Rooftop Seating Area with Couches and Fireplace at The National

Amenity Highlight – Rooftop Deck

October 4, 2018

Rooftop Deck and Lounge at The National Apartment Building

Finding an apartment to call home can be a challenging task. There’s so much for you to factor in when making your decision, including your budget, location, local attractions, and on-site apartment and property amenities. If you’re looking for an apartment building in Philadelphia’s Old City neighborhood that features upscale outdoor amenities, including a rooftop deck and lounge, check out The National, located on 2nd Street.

How to Use Your Apartment’s Rooftop Deck Space

Our apartment building’s rooftop deck is a relaxing community space that overlooks some of the city’s best views. Featuring a chic lounge area that’s great for unwinding after a long day, or for hosting an intimate gathering with friends and family.

The rooftop is designed with thoughtful details, ample comfortable seating, and sleek, modern finishes. There’s also a bar area that you can take advantage of and serve your guests in style. Plus, you’ll find two grills available for the perfect casual gathering. 

When the evenings begin to get a bit chilly, skip the sweater and instead park yourself in front of the crackling fire pit while sipping on a steaming mug of hot chocolate. You won’t find a more picturesque apartment experience anywhere else in the City of Brotherly Love.

Not to be forgotten, if you’re up for a little friendly competition, be sure to challenge your friends to a foosball game. (Yes, there’s a table for that up there, too.) They will be impressed when you show off your pull-kick shot skills!

Your new home will be the site of the most happening bar in Philadelphia but without the heavy crowds and costly cocktail prices. View our photo gallery. With the perfect balance of comfort and sophistication, this rooftop deck is just one of the many common spaces you have to visit when you schedule an in-person apartment tour

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