Conveniently Located Philadelphia Apartments near I-76
Life at The Pepper Building in Philadelphia’s historic and popular Rittenhouse Square neighborhood has many perks. There’s the charm of the cobblestone streets, the historic homes, and landmarks. The convenience of being close to many of the city’s most popular restaurants and shops that make up the Old City neighborhood. Plus, you’re just mere steps away from Schuylkill River Park.
Another fantastic benefit of residence at the Pepper Building is how convenient it is to access three of Pennsylvania’s most important highways: I-76, I-95 and I-676. Using these three major roadways, you can reach numerous destinations throughout the state – and beyond!
Benefits of Being Close to I-76
The Schuylkill Expressway (also affectionately referred to as “The Schuylkill” or “The Skook” by Philly natives) is the section of Interstate 76 (I-76) that connects Philadelphia with the suburbs of Montgomery County and popular points in between.
Easily accessible from the Rittenhouse Square neighborhood, the Schuylkill Expressway is the roadway that many Pepper Building and Center City residents use to commute to employers in the City’s Main Line neighborhood and popular suburban communities such as King of Prussia (which also happens to be a favorite destination for shopping and entertainment due in large part to the nationally known King of Prussia Mall).
The Schuylkill Expressway also allows Pepper Building residents to easily travel to popular destinations like Manayunk. Plus, as its part of I-76, it connects travelers to the Pennsylvania Turnpike (also in King of Prussia) and neighboring states such as New Jersey (via the Walt Whitman Bridge)
Benefits of Being Close to I-95
Whether you want to travel to the Sports Complex in South Philly to see a Flyers, Phillies, Sixers or Eagles game, the Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) to catch a domestic or international flight, visit attractions in the North Philly neighborhoods, or head out of state to New Jersey, New York, Delaware, Maryland and even Florida, you can do so via Interstate 95 (I-95).
Pepper Building residents can easily access this all-important highway to reach the destinations previously mentioned, travel to the various popular shore points in the surrounding states, commute to employers in the suburbs and neighboring counties, and connect with the entire East Coast from Miami to the border of Maine and Canada!
Benefits of Being Close to I-676
A major thoroughfare through Philly’s Center City neighborhood, Interstate 676 (also known as I-676 and “The Vine Street Expressway”) is also conveniently close to the Pepper Building. Via I-676, residents can travel to popular attractions such as the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Franklin Institute and Fairmount Park. I-676 also connects Philadelphia to Camden, New Jersey (via the Ben Franklin Bridge) where residents can enjoy such popular attractions such as the Adventure Aquarium, Wiggins Park and the BB&T Pavilion live music venue.
As you can see, apartments near I-76, 1-95 or I-676 are a great way to commute, travel and connect with popular destinations in and out of state. And the Pepper Building is conveniently located near all three of these major roadways!