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The City that Loves You (and Your Pet) Back – No Breed Restriction Apartments in Philly

You might have been under the impression that Philadelphia is only renowned for its cheese steaks, historic buildings and quirky festivals. Well, you’re not entirely wrong. But Philly is also well known for its pet-friendly restaurants, parks and trails that will definitely get Fido’s tail wagging. If you want to move to the city or just need a new place here, there are many pet-friendly apartments in Philadelphia that you could rent.

Are you the proud owner of a goofy Cane Corso or a yappy Doberman Pinscher? Wish you could find a lovely home to rent together with the lovable beast? Pets are family, regardless of their breed, color or shape. This is exactly why we set out to find rental properties that have no breed restrictions. It wasn’t an easy task but we did some digging and came up with some pretty great options. Check them out below:

Boone Lofts – rent starting at $1,195

Apartments for rent at Boone Lofts community Available Now in Philadelphia

Located in the midst of a gastronomical paradise, Boone Lofts residents need not look very far when it comes to food and drinks as the Northern Liberties neighborhood provides plenty of options. Formerly a public school, the building features beautiful classic architecture with exposed brick walls and very high ceilings. As far as pets are concerned, the community has no breed or size restrictions and the pet rent amounts to only $25 a month per pet. The four-legged buds will be happy to explore the on-site dog park and socialize with the fellow tail-waggers.

Montesino – rent starting at $1,480

Apartments for rent at Montesino community Available Now in Philadelphia

The Montesino community features lovely apartments with rental rates ranging from $1,840 to $2,115. Its amenities include hardwood floors, high ceilings and tub and shower enclosures. You can share the apartment with any type of dog you’d like since the community accepts all kinds of dog breeds and has no size restrictions either. There is a non-refundable deposit of $300 but the monthly pet rent is as low as $25 per pet.

Del Campo – rent starting at $1,565

Apartments for rent at Del Campo community Available Now in Philadelphia

Converted from a warehouse, Del Campo offers unique apartments with modern appliances, lots of storage space and in-unit laundry. Another perk is its location as the community is nested in the up-and-coming Northern Liberties neighborhood. Here, you’ll find many pet-friendly bars and restaurants, as well as numerous parks and playgrounds. Part of an artsy area, abundant in art galleries, Del Campo apartments are a lovely sight with those exposed brick walls and high windows.

Erbe – rent starting at $1,740

Apartments for rent at Erbe community Available Now in Philadelphia

On-site fitness center, residential dog park, 24-hour emergency maintenance and more is what you will find at the Erbe apartments community, professionally managed by Westminster. It’s close to popular shopping & dining locations, galleries and also public transportation, with easy access to downtown Philly. The pet rent is $25 per pooch and the community has several cozy 1 and 2 bedroom apartments available.

George St Townhomes – rent starting at $2,949

Apartments for rent at George St Townhomes community Available Now in Philadelphia

All dogs and cats are allowed at George St Townhomes where they can roam freely around the fenced-in premises. Built in 2010, this rental community is relatively new, comprised of 40 units, all equipped with washers and dryers, microwaves and garbage disposals.

Not exactly what you’re looking for? Go to RentCafé now and browse more pet-friendly apartments in Pennsylvania.

Florentina Sarac
Florentina Sarac is a creative writer, editor, and researcher for RENTCafé. She covers a variety of topics, from real estate trends, demographic shifts, housing industry news and multifamily construction to homeownership, smart-home technology, personal finance and business. With a 9-year background in the real estate industry, Florentina has also penned articles for publications such as Multi-Housing News, Commercial Property Executive and the National Apartment Association Magazine. You can connect with Florentina via email. Florentina’s work and expertise have been featured in several major U.S. and international publications, including The New York Times, The Washington Post, Bisnow, The Mercury News, Curbed, The NY Post, CBS News, Business Insider and She holds a B.A. in English and Spanish, as well as an M.A. in Multilingual and Multicultural Communication, which serve as a testament to her love of literature and language.

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