Tuesday, 29 March 2016

10 Most Popular Sites near NRIA’s Museum Estate Project

Years of experience in the real estate industry has seasoned National Realty Investment Advisors, LLC into an authoritative real estate advisory firm in Philadelphia. With every new real estate project that we undertake, we strive to deliver something better than our previous endeavors. And it is evident in our latest project, the Museum Estate in Center City, Philadelphia.

A residential rental property, Museum Estate is a luxury complex of 8 home units. Museum Estate is strategically built at the former Please Touch Museum site, a luring Center City location that will make the complex a prime choice for tenants. Various public places, official buildings, museums, monuments, and other tourist attractions are located at a walking distance from the Museum Estate complex.
Here is the list 10 most popular sites near NRIA's Museum Estate project.

1. Philadelphia Museum of Art

The most popular historical site in the City of Brotherly Love, the Philadelphia Museum of Art hardly needs any introduction. The iconic landmark at the Benjamin Franklin Parkway has a collection of over 27,000 objects from across the globe. A visit to this grand museum is overwhelming not only for tourists, but locals as well.

2. Rodin Museum

Rodin Museum has the largest collection of sculptures by French Artist Auguste Rodin outside France. The prime attraction of the museum is Rodin's world famous sculpture 'The Thinker'. The Museum has recently gone through a 3-year long renovation; so, there is definitely much to explore even for those who have been there before. 

3. Barnes Foundation

A heaven for art lovers, Barnes Foundation has a collection of 2,500 artifacts, with over 800 paintings, collected by chemist Albert C. Barnes during early 1920s. The collection primarily showcases work by impressionists and modernist masters from Europe & America. The foundation also has a modest collection of ancient art work from other parts of the world.  

4. Logan Square

Logan Square or Logan Circle is one of the five squares that were included in William Penn’s original design for Philadelphia city. It’s only after this historical site that the Philadelphia’s Logan Square neighborhood received its name. The serene ambience around Logan Circle’s Swann fountain is a popular recreational spot for the locals.  

5. JFK Plaza (Love Park)

One of the most popular sites in the City, JFK Plaza was built in 1965. The site is now popularly known as the Love Park, named after the popular Love sculpture by Robert Indiana. Its granite steps & single spout fountain surrounded by greenery make Love Park a perfect recreational space and a popular tourist attraction in Philadelphia. 

6. Philadelphia City Hall

The government seat for the city, Philadelphia City Hall is an architectural specimen built with limestone, granite, and marble. In early 1900s, Philadelphia City Hall was the tallest habitable building in the world for about fifteen years. The building is topped by an eleven meter high bronze statue of Philadelphia city founder William Penn. 

7. The Academy of Natural Sciences

One of the oldest natural science research institutes of the modern world, the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia has a collection of over 17 million specimens, collected over the past two centuries. The Academy organizes exhibitions for academic purposes, as well as for general public. 

8. The Franklin Institute

Named in the honor of Benjamin Franklin, the Franklin Institute is Philadelphia’s most popular science museum. The institute is also the center of scientific education & research in the city. The museum exhibits demonstrations of various scientific concepts, which are major attraction point for educational trips organized by schools in the area. 

9. Schuylkill River Trail

The multi-use Schuylkill River Trial runs along the river Schuylkill and is the most popular trial for jogging & cycling among the city dwellers. For health conscious people, living near such activity points is really crucial. Museum Estate is located at a comfortable walking distance from the Schuylkill River Trial, which certainly will attract more tenants. 

10. Amtrak’s 30th Street Station

The main railroad station of Philadelphia, Amtrak’s 30th Street Station, is just across the Schuylkill River from the Museum Estate Complex. The station directly connects with almost all local & regional hubs making it extremely easy for city dwellers to travel out of town. Thus, for tenants in Museum Estate Complex, commuting between places will never be a concern.


Nearness to all these popular Philadelphia City sites definitely makes Museum Estate an ideal place to live for a city dweller, which is a positive sign for realty investors expecting regular rental income. Besides, its prime location also assures investors a lucrative resale value. 



All these benefits make the Museum Estate complex an alluring opportunity that will offer assured high equity and rental returns to real estate investors. And the best part, all that is available for a small investment of $11,900 + 100% financing. Visit NRIA’s featured property to learn more about Museum Estate and various benefits it offers to investors.

Also checkout: Newest Property by National Realty Investment Advisors at Philadelphia


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