November 16, 2015

Just Sold: 3963 Terrace St, Philadelphia, PA 19128

Just Sold: $342,500 Looking for a large, completely renovated home in Manayunk with SEVERAL CAR OFF-STREET PARKING walk-able to Main Street? If so, this is the perfect home for you! This beautiful stone-front property has been tastefully renovated to include hardwood floors throughout, beautiful, original trim and moldings and solid wood doors throughout! Exceptional ceiling height throughout! First floor has […]
November 16, 2015
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Coming Soon: One Riverside

Fitler Square is one of Philadelphia’s most-desired addresses – and now, a brand new condo building will give you a new option in luxury living. One Riverside is located at 210-20 S. 25th Street, an easy walk to Rittenhouse Square, the University of Pennsylvania, Drexel University, 30th Street Station, CHOP, and more. Every Philadelphian knows that it is all about […]
November 13, 2015
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Philly News Briefs: 11/13/15

1.) Love him or hate him, you can’t deny the fact that Justin Bieber is a worldwide phenomenon. The crooner, a former teen sensation, is currently tearing up the Billboard charts with his songs “What Do You Mean” and “Sorry.” Now, Philadelphia fans will have their own chance to feel Bieber Fever and see the singer in person when he […]
November 12, 2015

New Police Commissioner Chosen for Philadelphia

Philadelphia’s mayor-elect Jim Kenney has chosen the city’s next police commissioner. Richard Ross will replace outgoing commissioner Charles Ramsay, who has held the post for the last seven years and is planning to retire. Ross, aged 51, is the current first deputy commissioner of the department, and was widely regarded as the obvious choice to fill Ramsay’s post. As commissioner […]
November 11, 2015

What Did the Pope’s Visit Cost Philadelphia?

It has been over a month since Pope Francis and the accompanying Popemania descended on Philadelphia. The pope was in town over the weekend of September 26-27 doing various good works around the city as well as holding a large public mass on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway. Now that the time has passed and the city as a whole has […]
November 11, 2015

Just Reduced: 1 Queen St 14B, Philadelphia, PA 19147

Just Reduced:  $525,000 Located in the Meredith Catchment, this spacious, beautiful home with 1 car GARAGE is packed with upgrades across its nearly 2,700 square feet! Wainscoting, crown molding, and hardwood floors run throughout the home, beginning at the entry way and including all of the living areas. The oversized living room has a fireplace with beautiful mantle and a […]
November 10, 2015

Philly News Briefs: 11/10/15

1.) The fall rental report by aggregator site Zumper showed that Philadelphia had the 14th most expensive rental market in the country. The median rental rate for a single-bedroom unit stood at $1,300. The price for two-bedroom units fell by 0.7 percent to $1,390. Of course, where you go in town remains the single biggest factor in how much you […]
November 9, 2015

Just Sold: 3229 Tyson Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19149

Just Sold: $138,000 New and fully rehabbed row home in the heart of the Northeast! Refinished original wood flooring throughout the first floor and bedrooms. Fully renovated kitchen with brand new upgraded stainless steel appliances including double oven, and dishwasher, cabinets, granite counter-tops, and beautiful slate floors. Fully updated bathroom features skylight, shower stall, and 2nd shower/tub. Three nice sized […]
November 9, 2015
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Philadelphia: America’s First World Heritage City

The city referred to as the birthplace of America has won the distinction of becoming the first recognized World Heritage City in the United States. During their biennial conference in Arequipa, Peru, the Organization of World Heritage Cities voted to have Philadelphia join Cairo, Jerusalem, Paris, and other worldwide cities recognized for their contribution to the development of human culture. […]
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