August 31, 2016

Just Sold: 617 S 19th St, Philadelphia, PA 19146

Just Sold: $1,180,000 Completely renovated and rebuilt 19th century Carriage House. This Corner residence offers the finest taste and finishes. Exquisite quality. Large GARAGE. Lovely private patio. 11′ ceilings on 1st floor; 9.5′ ceilings on 2nd. Amazing light from 3 exposures throughout. 4 bedroom (or 3 bedroom + den), 2.5 bath. Hardwood floors and Lagos Azul stone tile. Custom Chef’s […]
August 31, 2016
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Labor Day In Philly: What to Do

Labor Day weekend is just about upon us and, with it, the official end of summer. Have you made any plans for how you are going to spend your long weekend? Curbed Philly has! The site blogged about 9 Cheap Things to Do In Philadelphia for Labor Day. After all, who wants to spend a lot of money having a […]
August 30, 2016
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Massive Redevelopment Plan for University City Takes Shape

It’s going to take 35 years and $6.5 billion dollars, but you’re going to see a whole new face on Philadelphia’s University City. The central Philadelphia neighborhood, located on the Schuylkill River and east of Drexel University between Walnut and Spring Garden Streets, is facing major changes. It’s thanks to a cooperative effort between Amtrak and the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation […]
August 26, 2016

Rights Of Renters

Rights Of Renters Many people choose to rent a property rather than owning their own for any number of reasons. Whether you aren’t in a position to purchase a home or you simply don’t want to mess with the hassles of it all, renting is a great option on so many levels. However, you need to know what your renter’s […]
August 26, 2016

Axe-Throwing Facility to Open in Philly

Jokes about “an axe to grind” start here: the United States’ first competitive axe-throwing establishment is opening in Philadelphia. Axe-throwing is a trend that’s “all the rage” in Canada, and now it’s coming to the United States. Urban Axes will be opening in East Kensington next month. The sport has been compared to throwing darts, just “bigger and cooler.” Group […]
August 25, 2016

Female Engineers’ Conference Coming to Philly

A conference of female engineers is expected to make a big financial impact in Philadelphia. The SWE, or Society for Women Engineers, will land at the Philadelphia Convention Center on October 25-27, bringing with it some of the finest minds in STEM that America has to offer. It’s been estimated that the conference will bring over $10 million to Philadelphia, […]
August 24, 2016

Just Sold: 1002 S 11th St Unit #101, Philadelphia, PA 19147

Just Sold: $367,000 Dog friendly condo with large rear yard! New Construction with Tax Abatement. Unit 101 is a bi-level unit that boasts an expansive great room, modern kitchen with all stainless appliances and Cesar Stone counters. A private suite in the first floor rear with a full bath, looks out onto the large private yard area. The lower level […]
August 24, 2016

Curbed Philly Goes In On the City’s Ugliest Buildings

They say that beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Apparently, so is hideousness. In the spirit of good fun, Curbed Philly asked readers to comment with what they thought the ugliest buildings in Philadelphia were. Comments came in on the post, as well as through Curbed’s social media, and it turns out that people have a LOT to […]
August 24, 2016

Just Reduced: 221 N 23rd St, Philadelphia, PA 19103

Just Reduced: $748,800 Renovated, Spacious (2800sq.ft.), 18ft wide, 4 bed PLUS DEN, townhome with 2 full baths, 2 half baths, 2 private decks and GARAGE in GREENFIELD SCHOOL DISTRICT! First floor: garage, office, powder room and storage room. Second floor: LR, DR, gorgeous, renovated eat in kitchen with Bamboo flooring, cherry wood cabinets and wall mosaic tile imported from Lebanon, […]
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