Piero Lissoni has designed an entire club level, Level 28, 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, luxury apartments on Walnut Street for rent 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:

The vertical neighborhood also offers exciting dining options including Walnut Street Cafe, an indoor/outdoor restaurant and bar serving lunch, dinner and weekend brunch.

Level 28 is now offering a limited number of outside memberships, granting exclusive access to these wellness, business, and social areas. For more information, contact [email protected]

Woman walking along the indoor pool Woman on a treadmill at top floor gym Man and woman talking in a nighttime bar Various cocktail glasses on a tray Movie theater at AKA University City AKA University City restaurant interior Rooftop lounge overlooking the city Rooftop fireplace in the evening AKA University City - Private Dining Room at Level


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.

AKA University City grounds with a view of Philly


Residents and visitors can dine at the Walnut Street Cafe, a University City restaurant from the visionaries behind New York City’s Michelin starred Rebelle.

Accolades for AKA’s restaurants:

“An ideal model of a modern Philadelphia restaurant— cafe-casual in ambience but sophisticated in the details” Three Bells. Craig LaBan Philadelphia Inquirer

Walnut Street Cafe with floor to ceiling windows