The Westbury: Where History & Style Meet Convenience
The Westbury has been a staple of the Philadelphia landscape for almost a century. Built in 1928, The Westbury operated as the luxurious Westbury Hotel until the 1940s, when it transformed into The Westbury Grill. The popular restaurant and music bar catered to Broad Street theater and concert-goers and encouraged them to stop by, “for a dining thrill” as seen in a 1948 Billboard Magazine ad.
In the 1960s, The Westbury Grill became The Westbury Bar. The Westbury Bar was hugely successful in the LGBTQ community. It was listed in multiple guides and remained a mainstay of the gay community for decades. The Westbury Bar changed locations in the 80s, leaving room for The Westbury apartments to emerge.
Today, this historic high rise apartment building is an emblem of the Art Deco period. Antique elevator dials and mail chutes adorn multiple floors, while the lobby’s ornate chandelier and painted ceiling gleam in gold. Onsite laundry, bike storage, garage parking, and a nightly concierge offer the convenience of modern living amidst the glamour of 1920s architecture.
The Westbury welcomes cats and dogs so you can bring the whole family home.
Conveniently located on the mezzanine level, fresh laundry is just an elevator ride away.
You can now painlessly park footsteps from The Westbury. We’ve partnered with Parkway Corp to offer discounted parking at the Avenue of the Arts parking garage across the street.
The Westbury offers convenient, indoor bike storage to keep your bike safe until your next ride.
Want an apartment that’s truly move in ready? Rent one of The Westbury’s furnished apartments and eliminate the hassle of picking out furniture.