2110 Walnut Street
2110 Walnut Street is a true testament of architectural ingenuity and vision. Acquired in 2015, Astoban Investments engaged award winning architect Cecil Baker to create a 10-story condominium by combining a dilapidated and historically designated Frank Furness Carriage House with an abandoned parking lot. The eventual outcome created one of the city’s most distinguished residences beautifully bridging past and present with space, design, and simplicity.
The project offers nine units, including three, four, and five-bedroom layouts with very generous outdoor space.
These finely crafted homes feature ceiling heights of over 10 feet, 6” wide-plank hardwood floors, LED lighting, and striking, exposed concrete columns and walls. The chef’s kitchen is a custom Scavolini design outfitted with Compac quartz countertops and Duravit, Dornbracht and Grohe fixtures, Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances, and a built-in wine refrigerator and coffee system. The master suites are generous in size, outfitted with Pianca closet systems and a five-fixture bathroom complete with steam shower and radiant heat flooring.
2110 Walnut Street is equipped with a virtual doorman system, keyless entry doorway, on-site indoor parking and storage room access, exceptionally low condominium fees and a 10-year tax abatement. Only three units remain available.