This Urban Outfitters, now Anthropolgie, store is on the market for $35 million. Today's Philadelphia Inquirer outlines its interesting history: The Fell-Van Renssalaer House was commissioned to be built in 1897 by Sarah Drexel Fell, widow of a Philadelphia coal magnate. ... Drexel Fell moved in in 1898 with her new husband, Alexander Van Rensselaer. ... Peabody & Stearns, of Boston, designed the Beaux Arts-style house. ... It has an original Tiffany & Co. stained glass dome and a ceiling with a cluster of portraits of Italian princes encircled in gold frames - both among the notable elements that have outlived several ownership changes. Phila. Inquirer, 1/7/14, at 10, 12.
Anthropologie (Fell-Van Rensselaer House) , 1801 Walnut St. , NW Corner 18th & Walnut Sts., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19103, United States