July 16, 2018
philadelphia

8 Things You Should Know When Relocating to Philly

Are you a new transplant to Philadelphia, the City of Brotherly Love? Welcome! Relocating to a new place can always be disorienting, so it helps to have a guide to teach you what you need to know about your new home. Philadelphia is unique in that it’s a big city with a small-town feel, owing to the uniqueness of its […]
July 11, 2018
northern liberties

Your Guide to Life in Northern Liberties

Northern Liberties is, without a doubt, one of the coolest neighborhoods in Philadelphia. Located in between Girard Avenue and Callowhill Street, and east of the Delaware River, NoLibs (as the locals call it) is ground zero for Philly’s hipsters. This is a neighborhood replete with young families, college grads, and a broad diversity of residents. LGBT folks, Philadelphians of color, […]
July 11, 2018

Just Sold: 1336 E Palmer St, Philadelphia, PA 19125

  Just Sold: $364,000 Beautiful brick front Fishtown home offering 3 bedrms, 1 full bath, & great location! An abundance of windows let in natural light throughout the entire home. Main level includes a cozy living rm with arched opening & great flow into the dining rm, unique kitchen is the center of the home with an addition, currently used […]
July 10, 2018

Just Reduced: 925 Catharine St, Philadelphia, PA 19147

  Just Reduced: $485,000 DON’T MISS your chance to own on one of the most picturesque and charming blocks of Bella Vista! Traditional Philadelphia at its finest! This three bedroom PLUS DEN has it all! Open first floor plan allows for great entertaining space and functionality. Beautiful exposed brick in living room and den and hardwood floors throughout! Living and […]
July 9, 2018
diner en blanc

Getting Ready for Diner en Blanc 2018? New Food Options Available!

Diner en Blanc is one of Philadelphia’s most-interesting (or most-mocked, depending on who you ask) traditions. The alfresco dinner is practically an homage to the bougie, with several thousand attendants dressing in white from head to toe – that means socks too – paying a generous ticket fee to BYO everything, from food to wine to tables and chairs. The […]
July 5, 2018
july 4th

Philly Celebrated July 4th In Grand Style

There’s no better place to celebrate America’s birthday than America’s birthplace! Yesterday, Philadelphia proved once again that nobody can put on the ritz for July 4th quite like the City of Brotherly Love. Last night’s fireworks were the culmination of a solid week of Independence Day celebrations, which altogether is called “Wawa Welcome America.” During the past week, dozens of […]
July 3, 2018
attractions

The Ultimate Philadelphia Attractions Guide

Philadelphia is a huge city for tourism and thrives off the millions of visitors who come each year to embrace the City of Brotherly Love. There are a million and one tourism guides to visiting Philly, but what if you have recently moved to the area and want the lowdown on local attractions? This post is for you. Learn more […]
July 2, 2018
shoes

Philly Natives Create App to Help With Kids’ Shoe Sizing

Some people love shopping for shoes. For others, it’s a real chore. For parents, shopping for their kids’ shoes is a major stressor, especially when the start of the school year approaches. Shoe sizing for children is especially difficult, both because children experience frequent growth spurts that lead to improper fit and because sizes are not standard between shoe brands. […]
June 29, 2018

Just Sold: 907 Leland St, Philadelphia, PA 19130

Just Sold: 2,132,000 Towering new construction 7 unit apartment building in prime Francisville location. This building has been meticulously planned and executed with finishes that will rival any condo in Philadelphia. Just steps away from the Broad Street Line, Divine Lorraine, Osteria, Vie and all of the Fairmount/Art Museum shops and restaurants. Building features include 10 year tax abatement, condo […]
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