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Charming Downtown West Chester Living
Just two blocks from Gay Street, the Sharples Works offers you the convenience and walkability of a vibrant downtown coupled with the quiet charm of suburban living.
You’ll have everything you expect in a luxurious apartment home: in-unit washer/dryer, state-of-the-art kitchen, and elegant bathroom. With over 150 floor plans to choose from, each apartment features unique architectural details like lofted bedrooms, rustic timber beams and exposed brick walls.
And the Sharples Works offers plenty of outdoor amenities that give you space to spread out and enjoy being outside with friends and family. Many homes have private entrances which makes it easy to keep socially distanced.
Best of all, the Sharples Works provides an outstanding rental value. Parking is free for every resident and there are no amenities fees, storage fees or monthly pet fees.
Explore the best apartments in West Chester, PA at Sharples Works. Charming and sophisticated, our apartment community is located near dozens of restaurants and unique boutiques in the borough of West Chester, which lies within the heart of the Brandywine Valley, known for its hospitality, picturesque countryside, and history.
Modern Industrial Style
Our unique apartments in West Chester, PA are linked through landscaped courtyards and walkways. Enhanced by rustic columns, beams, and exposed brick walls, our luxurious apartments are designed in a soft industrial style that blends perfectly with downtown West Chester’s vibrant atmosphere. Sharples Works offers over 100 studio, 1-, and 2-bedroom apartments for rent with different floor plans catering to all individual lifestyles. Our apartment community is pet-friendly and our residents have access to many desirable amenities and conveniences that fit all aspects of your lifestyle.
Originally a 19th-century structure that housed the dairy industry’s first tubular cream separator, Sharples Works, was a staple production plant in Chester County. Maintaining its historical details and character, this impressive landmark and industrial space has since been transformed into a desirable apartment complex.