About Allan Domb

Broker and Owner, Allan Domb Real Estate

Since 1980, Allan Domb and his highly reputable real estate brokerage firm have been known throughout the United States as key contributors to Center City Philadelphia’s luxury condominium market. Today, Allan continues to specialize in Center City luxury condominium sales in buildings such as 10 Rittenhouse, 1706 Rittenhouse, 1820 Rittenhouse, 1830 Rittenhouse, 1900 Rittenhouse, 220 West Rittenhouse Square, Academy House, The Bank Building, The Barclay, The Dorchester, Hopkinson House, Independence Place, The Lanesborough, The Lippincott, The Murano, Parc Rittenhouse, The Philadelphian, Pier 3, Pier 5, The Rittenhouse, Society Hill Towers, Symphony House, Wanamaker House and The Warwick Condominiums.

Additionally, Allan’s company leases residential apartments, condominiums and commercial properties and manages many of these assets. Since 1999, Allan has also been engaged in the adaptive reuse of historic buildings into luxury condominiums and the development of new luxury condominiums in Center City. His portfolio of development properties includes Parc Rittenhouse, The Warwick, The Bank Building Residences, The Lanesborough, 220 West Washington Square and The Barclay.

Nationally, Allan has been ranked a top producing real estate broker for the past twenty five years. From 1986 to 2004, Allan was ranked the top residential broker in the United States. He was named REALTOR® of the Year by the Greater Philadelphia Association of REALTORS® (GPAR) in 1992 and 2013 and was named REALTOR® of the Year by the Pennsylvania Association of REALTORS® in 2013.

Allan received his Bachelor of Arts degree from American University. He currently serves on the boards of the Friends of Rittenhouse Square and six condominium associations, of which he is the president of two. He is a past president of the Friends of Rittenhouse Square and has served on three other condominium boards in the past.

In 2015, Allan was elected as a Philadelphia City Councilman At-Large. His agenda includes lowering the poverty rate, collecting delinquent taxes owed to the City, increasing high school graduation rates, promoting job growth through the retention of existing businesses and attracting new businesses to Philadelphia, and streamlining all aspects of city government to make it more efficient.

Allan has been quoted and featured in The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Forbes, Business Week, The Philadelphia Inquirer, Urban Land, Multifamily Executive, and many other publications. He also often appears on Philadelphia’s NBC10, 6ABC, CBS3, CNBC, MSNBC and FOX29.

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