A new report by RENTCafé cites shrinking floor plans in new apartments being built around the country. New apartments average 941 square feet, which is 5 percent smaller than a decade ago. In Philadelphia, apartments average just 801 square feet. Nationally, the average size of an apartment built in 2008 was 839 square feet. This year, the average new apartment is 782 square feet. We wondered what the rental market for units near that size in Philadelphia looks like today.

Lincoln Square

1000 S. Broad St.

Studios: 380 to 558 square feet

Monthly rent: $1,341-$1,799

One-bedrooms: 602 to 796 square feet

Monthly rent: $1,894-$2,670

Tell me all about it: Lincoln Square opened officially in September, making it among the city’s newest apartment complexes. Units include quartz counters, in-unit laundry, and fob entry. Select units also include terraces or balconies. Covered parking is available for an additional fee. Residents have access to round-the-clock front-desk concierge and a secure package delivery system.

The Avenue at East Falls

5450 Wissahickon Ave.

Studios: 375 square feet

Monthly rent: $750

One-bedrooms: 610 square feet

Monthly rent: $875-$900

Tell me all about it: Units at The Avenue feature hardwood floors and terrific views. Residents also enjoy a fitness center, a private game room, a business center, and an enormous outdoor pool adjacent to a fire pit and outdoor kitchen. We also love the game room full of our favorite arcade games.

Arrive University City

3601 Market St.

Studios: 415 to 582 square feet

Monthly rent: $1,500-$1,895

One-bedrooms: 685 to 752 square feet

Monthly rent: $1,815–$2,280

Tell me all about it: Units at Arrive boast hardwood floors, stainless-steel appliances, quartz countertops and private, in-unit laundry. The building also features a rooftop saltwater pool with a lounge that includes outdoor TVs, a firepit and a grilling area. Residents can also access the fitness studio at any hour and can take advantage of free classes and a yoga studio.