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Philadelphia embraces the classical and the cutting edge, the intriguing past and the dynamic present with Center City living in Philadelphia. Nothing symbolizes this more than the Ben Franklin Parkway, which is Philadelphia’s equivalent of the Champs-Elysées. A casual walk along the Parkway leads to City Hall, located in Center Square and crowned by the iconic statue of William Penn. Today, more than ever with the addition of Dilworth Plaza, Center Square is the center of Philadelphia that William Penn envisioned.

Cultural delights including the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Rodin Museum, Franklin Institute, the Free Library and the newly magnificent Barnes Foundation Museum all situated on the Parkway create a cultural mecca for this great city. As the city’s “living room”, it also hosts parades, music festivals and numerous other exciting events. For the children, the new Sister Cities Park is home to playful afternoons exploring nature for the whole family. Only steps away are The Residences at The Ritz-Carlton, located in the center of all that is 21st century luxury living in Philadelphia.