Live, Explore, Work, Taste, Move

A Destination with Staying Power.

The Battery creates a powerful new way to gather. The historic icon is being brought back to life as a one-of-a-kind lifestyle campus, energizing Philadelphia’s waterfront.

We can’t wait to welcome you in.

Live, Work, Play, Stay, Gather

A Lifestyle Campus

Set along the waterfront in Fishtown, this world-class property is made up of four equal parts: Residences, office & coworking club,  short-term stays, and event spaces. Each place is designed to connect and inspire—amplifying the energy of the neighborhood through the shared experiences of its people.

Our Residences
Living Amplified

Sunwashed one, two, and three bedroom lofts and apartments with breathtaking views. The Residences at The Battery grant you access to the premier amentities and services of the entire Battery campus.

Live Here
Workspaces & Office
A Workspace Forward Club

Anchored by two stories of workspace, The HUB offers private places to focus, meeting and conference rooms and relaxing lounge areas. Each distinct space invites members to settle in and bond with a like-minded community.

Get to Work
Short-Term Stays & Hotel
Stay Like a Local

Whether you’re here for days or months, we’ll set you up in a warm and well-designed space that feels in touch with the neighborhood.

Stay With Us
Events & Gatherings
Host a Landmark Event

With 25,000 square feet of space operated by Cescaphe and a historically stunning location, The Battery is Philadelphia’s most unforgettable new event venue.

Book Your Event

An Urban Oasis

Fishtown’s First Waterfront Destination

This calming escape is just steps away from Philadelphia’s most creative, non-stop neighborhood. Renowned for its diverse food, music, art, and culture, it’s a worldly destination with a local feel.

Explore the Neighborhood

Our History

Re-energizing Philly’s Original Power Plant

The 1920’s was the time for industrial might, as architecturally beautiful power plants were created worldwide to generate electricity from coal. As changes occurred in creating electricity, these plants closed and many sat in disrepair. This iconic PECO power plant will become the city’s premier waterfront campus.

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