Discover all-inclusive coliving suites, private studios, and 2- and 3-bedroom apartments in the heart of Fairmount.
🎉 6 weeks free on a 12 month lease (coliving units) or 1 month free on a 12 month lease (traditional units)
available floor plans
Gym and Wellness Studio
About Common at Broadridge
Find your home in Philadelphia at Common at Broadridge. This stunning building was designed with renters in mind, and features everything from furnished apartments to 42,000 square feet of amenity spaces. As a Common member, you’ll also have access to the best of city living with exclusive events, discounts on local and national brands, and access to our built-in community.
Near the BSL at Fairmount and Trolley at Girard
Experience Common at Broadridge
Not your average rental
At Common at Broadridge, your home doesn’t end at your apartment door. Designed for community, convenience, and enjoying all that city life has to offer, Common at Broadridge features stunning amenities to meet your needs. Spend a summer Saturday lounging by the pool or enjoying lunch in the cabana lounge. Work from home in style (and not from your bed) in the coworking space, with private pods for focus work or Zoom calls, and a conference room for sharing your next big idea. Ready to break a sweat? Our fitness center offers the latest in equipment and private rooms for yoga, pilates, or training. That’s not all though, other amenities include: a game room, movie room, outdoor terrace, bocce court, pet-washing station, dog run, and sound studio.
Easy access to everything you need
Convenience is key when it comes to city living. Common at Broadridge offers easy-to-access retail space on the ground floor, including Aldi, a large and affordable supermarket. Your new home is also conveniently located near the Fairmount stop of the Broad Street Line. Arrive in Center City in 8 minutes, or hop on the trolley at Girard Ave, only a few blocks North, to arrive in other vibrant neighborhoods like Fishtown in less than 20 minutes.
Often referred to as the “Art Museum Area”, Fairmount is home to some of Philly’s most prized cultural institutions, like the Met, The Philadelphia Museum of Art, and the Barnes Foundation. Besides art, Fairmount also offers an expanding culinary and bar scene, and plenty of green space to enjoy.
Philadelphia is a diverse city full of history and home to some of the country’s most exciting culture and cuisine. As the nation’s former capital, Philly is bursting at the seams with more than 300 years of history, and you’ll see signs of times gone by around every corner. Philadelphia’s must-sees include the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, and Reading Terminal Market.