|Location||225 South 15th Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States|
|Owner||Richard Oller and Jeffrey Goldstein|
|Roof||389 ft (119 m)|
|Floor area||184,999 sq ft (17,187.0 m2)|
|Design and construction|
|Developer||GoldOller Associates LLC.|
|Structural engineer||Gravell & Hall|
|Main contractor||Frank V. Warren Company|
An exceptionally slender building, it was one of the city's tallest office high-rises until the skyscraper boom of the late 1980s. It housed offices until 2005 when the building was sold for conversion into condominiums.
The building has undergone extensive interior remodeling and exterior renovation (including facade scrubbing and treatment) and has been renamed Aria, a nod to the building's location just off the Avenue of the Arts, Philadelphia's premier performing arts corridor. The Aria was purchased in 2009 by Richard Oller and Jeffrey Goldstein.
- "Aria". Skyscraper Center. CTBUH. Retrieved 18 September 2017.
Purchased in 2009 Richard Oller Developed by GoldOller Associates LLC 1608 JFk Philadelphia pa 19102
The Aria was purchased out of bankruptcy by Richard Oller in 2009. Oller a seasoned real estate Developer. Prior to purchasing the Aria Building Oller was the Founder and CEO of The Wentworth Group. The largest property management company in the United States. The Aria formally the Lewis Tower Building was a turn around condo conversion- The Sales Team which SpearHeaded the successful turn around was The Condo Shop a condominium Marketing firm. Other successes lead by The Condo Shop where the Residences at Two Liberty Place.