PHILADELPHIA — The Falcone Group has signed Philadelphia restaurant Rae to 11,000 square feet at The Residences at Two Liberty Place in Philadelphia. The restaurant will relocate from its previous spot in Philadelphia’s Cira Centre to the 37th floor of the Two Liberty Place building — making it the highest restaurant in the region. The restaurant, which is run by executive chef David Stern, will share the floor with The Residences’ 10,000-square-foot Owner’s Club. In addition to serving the general public, Rae will provide preferred seating for residents of the tower, as well as room service. The Residences at Two Liberty Place comprises the top 20 floors of the Two Liberty Place Tower. It consists of 90 units that span from the 40th to the 57th floor of the building. First occupancies began in March, and full occupancy is expected in 2009.