September 6, 2018

Visit Philadelphia Welcomes New CEO

Philadelphia’s official tourism board has a new captain helming the ship. Visit Philadelphia welcomed Jeff Guaracino as its new president and CEO. Guaracino will officially take over the job just before Halloween, on October 29th. Manuel N. Stamatakis, chair of Visit Philadelphia’s Board of Directors, said that the agency’s decision was unanimous, and that Guaracino’s hiring came after a lengthy […]
September 5, 2018

What are “Average Priced” Homes Like in Downtown Philadelphia?

According to real estate aggregate site, the average listed price for a home in the city of Philadelphia is $220,000. That’s slightly higher than the national median home price of $200,000. But that’s just a number on paper – or, well, on a screen. What is an “average” home in Center City, as opposed to Philly as a whole, […]
September 5, 2018
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Federal Donuts Brings Back Eagles Donut for NFL Opening Day

On a scale of 1 – 10, how HYPED are you about the start of the NFL season this Thursday? I know, for me personally, the hype train is speeding around at about 120 miles per hour. Who doesn’t want to see what the reigning Super Bowl champs, the Philadelphia Eagles, are going to pull out this year? Expectations are […]
September 5, 2018

Just Listed: 237-47 S 18th St Unit #3E, Philadelphia, PA 19103

  Just Listed: $675,000 The Barclay Condominium – Generous one bedroom apartment in the best location – right on Rittenhouse Square in the heart of Center City. This pre-war, doorman building is the epitome of restrained elegance. Enter your residence through the marble lined, chandeliered hallway and into a mahogany paneled elevator. 10′ high ceilings, crown moulding and quarter sawn […]
August 30, 2018
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Vegan Pizza Coming to Center City

Can I get a whoop-whoop from my fellow vegetarians and vegan friends? I wanna hear it, because there is a vegan pizza place coming to Rittenhouse Square and MY HEART IS JUST NOT READY, OMG. Anyone living the herbivore life knows that, when you cut out animal products, you eliminate a LOT of major food categories in one fell swoop. […]
August 29, 2018
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Swank Center City Steakhouse to Feature Eagles Mural

The Palm on Broad Street is one of Center City’s sexiest restaurants. It’s located inside the Bellevue Hotel at 200 S. Broad Street and is part of a beloved, 90-year-old restaurant chain. The Palm was just renovated two years ago, and now the restaurant has higher ceilings, a rebuilt floor, and a relocated bar. One of the most noticeable changes […]
August 29, 2018
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So, You Just Moved to Philly. Now What?

Moving to a new city marks a fresh start in your life. If you’ve just bought a house in Philadelphia, you might find yourself surrounded by newness: new furniture, new home accessories to situate as you play around with decor, and a new job, new neighbors, new favorite places to eat. It’s going to take a while before you stop […]
August 27, 2018

Just Sold: 2046 N 18th St, Philadelphia, PA 19121

  Just Sold: $360,000 Recently renovated Duplex stone’s throw from Temple’s campus! Looking for a solid investment property? This Temple moneymaker is turnkey and ready to go. Unit 1 offers three good size bedrooms with a large living space. Unit 2 provides four legitimate bedrooms and two full baths. Both have stainless steel appliances, updated flooring etc. Unit 1 is […]
August 27, 2018

Ring the Bell: Philly Students Head Back to School

It’s the day that kids have been dreading and parents have been waiting for over two long months: today marks the first day back at school for Philly students. The summer break was cut slightly short for students, as the school district is experimenting with a different school calendar that will also let students out earlier next spring. Furthermore, Philly […]
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