Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) March 16, 2014
The Philadelphia luxury apartment developers at Post Brothers Apartments have announced the immediate availability of modern, luxurious and eco-friendly loft apartments in the trendy Loft District on 12th Street. The development company, known for their green and sustainable practices in building development, believes that these stylish Philadelphia loft apartments offer residents sophisticated cabinetry; first-rate overhead lighting, and luxurious materials at every turn.
The company designed these apartments in such a way that they were able to leave a very small environmental footprint from their building processes. Incorporating an existing structure and using an “envelope” to surround it, Post Brothers Apartments were able to arrive at a luxuriously designed apartment building that impacts the environment in a very minimal way.
One method of energy efficiency that the company has implemented in the design involves the use of seven different materials for the surfaces of the outer walls. Using solid aluminum, a planted grass wall and four different types of glass, the company was able to create an exterior that reflects light differently to form a “Jewel Box” effect.
"We take great care in the design and construction of all of our apartment buildings,” said Chirag Patel, Marketing Director of Post Brothers Apartments. “We feel that the Goldtex building is an incredible accomplishment in terms of its design, its sustainable construction and the beauty of the interior of these unique apartments. We are incredibly proud of this building and we know that residents are going to truly enjoy living here.”
The apartments include ceilings that are 14 feet high, along with a loft that is accessed by a hidden and hydraulically-assisted loft staircase. The open floor plans feature ¾ inch hardwood floors and wall-to-wall windows that are 10 feet high. These innovative design features have prospective renters looking at the best Center City apartments for rent or seeking affordable, green Philadelphia luxury apartment living ‘going for the Goldtex.’