* Deluxe one bedroom?
* Jumbo one bedroom?
* One bedroom plus den?
* One bedroom plus niche?
* Extra large one bedroom?
Call it anything you want, but many buildings, especially newer buildings, offer the super sized one bedroom condo which is growing in popularity as well as demand.
I think back to the "01" units at the Murano. Over 1000 sq ft with a very large living room, these units sell almost as quickly as they come on the market.
One Riverside at 25th and Locust has a one bedroom with den unit that I think is fantastic. The "den" is really a bedroom but the design is an open floor plan that offers a buyer options on how they want to lay out their space.
Waterfront Square offers two varieties. In one style, the living room is HUGE...the other has a separate den.
Independence Place has what they call a one bedroom and niche which plays out as a large living room that can easily be cordoned off if the owner desires.
I find many buyers will change their minds and opt for a large one bedroom plus den instead of a traditional two bedroom. Often the square footage is the same but the pricing is usually better. They realize the need to host overnight guests is really NOT a practical decision.
The waters can get muddied when buyers ask what does or does NOT constitute a bedroom.
Does it need to have an operable window to be called a bedroom? If so, then NO units at Two Liberty have any bedrooms because none of the windows open.
Direct sunlight? Then very few units at the National are true two bedrooms as the 2nd bedroom gets no natural light.
Does a bedroom need a closet to be a bedroom? I doubt it.
With so many options here in Center City, you might find your best option is a jumbo one bedroom/one bedroom plus den.
Worthy of consideration? I think so....