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The Clark - Luxury Units on Chestnut Available, Philadelphia

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4519 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania(PA) 19139

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Property ID: L01565333
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Now leasing for 2024 Spring

327 Beds

Built in 2023

Now presenting The Clark - elevated residences with style and intrigue. We've got it all (and you will, too) - a rich history, spirited community, bespoke amenities, and service that doesn't skip a beat. Full of ambiance and intrigue, The Clark is the perfect setting to call home.

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Student Accommodation in Philadelphia

What do the utility bills cover when renting an apartment in Philadelphia?

Utility refers to the water, electricity, heating, garbage and wastewater treatment fees, security fees, Internet and cable TV fees and other miscellaneous expenses that the tenant spends every month. Some landlords will include all these costs in the rent and require tenants to pay them together.

When renting a house in Philadelphia, can I cancel the lease at any time after signing the lease?

You may not. Generally speaking, the lease will take effect immediately after it is signed, and neither party can terminate the lease in advance. According to the relevant laws of the United States, if the tenant has signed a long-term lease, he/she shall bear the rent for the entire lease term. Even if he/she is forced to move out, the landlord still has the right to require the tenant to pay all the rent.

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Can I go to Philadelphia and see the house before deciding to sign?

Try not to. It is best to move in directly after arriving in the United States. Then, the closer the school starts, the higher the rent, and there is no good housing left around the school. Therefore, students, please decide the time you sign according to your actual situation.