January 16, 2018

Just Listed: 1925 Christian St Unit #A, Philadelphia, PA 19146

Just Listed: $189, 500 Quaint, first floor, one bedroom condominium with high ceilings and open living room and kitchen in the heart of the Graduate Hospital neighborhood! This condo boasts two outdoor spaces (roof deck and private patio), gleaming hardwood floors, a modern kitchen and bath, and a location second to none! Enter thru a tiled lobby into the spacious […]
January 15, 2018

Delicious Food Joining Shopping At East Market

East Market is the hotly-anticipated Philadelphia retail corridor that is gaining steam for its plentiful shopping options. Everyone knows that shopping makes a person work up an appetite, however, and that’s why it’s apropos that several notable eateries have signed on to the block-wide project. Among these, which include Wawa, Iron Hill Brewery, Little Baby’s Ice Cream, and Mom’s Organic […]
January 11, 2018
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Comcast Technology Center: What You Need to Know

It’s on course to make one hell of a mark: the tallest, greenest, smartest building in Philadelphia. After a long period of anticipation, the Comcast Technology Center is due to open its doors this year. It will be the first “supertall” (read: mega skyscraper) building in Philadelphia, and a jewel in the crown of Center City. It was designed by […]
January 11, 2018

Just Listed: 1817-31 N 6th St, Philadelphia, PA 19122

Just Listed: $2,200,000 Seller is offering two adjoining parcels TOTALING APPROX. 34,000 SQ FT. – 1817-23 N 6Th St and 1825-31 N 6Th St. 1817-23 N. 6th Street is empty land zoned C2 measuring 86×190 (irregular) or approx. 24,000 sq.ft. 1825-31 N. 6th Street currently has an empty warehouse (20,000 interior sq.ft) that is zoned for 27 units (25 one […]
January 10, 2018

Animal Welfare Groups Aim to Turn Philly Into a “No-Kill” City

It’s a sad truth that, throughout America, untold numbers of perfectly healthy dogs and cats that have the potential to be great pets are euthanized due to overcrowding of animal shelters. As the “fur mommy” of a rescue cat, this just breaks my heart. That’s why I was so excited to hear that three prominent animal welfare groups in Philadelphia […]
January 9, 2018

Confiscated Carriage Horses Given New Lease on Life

In December, it was reported that the second-to-last carriage horse company in Philadelphia, the Philadelphia Carriage Company, would be ending operations on New Year’s Eve. The owner of the company and the carriage horses, Han Hee Yoo, faced allegations that she kept the animals in squalid living conditions, including too-small pens , poor ventilation, and rodent infestation. The charge to […]
January 8, 2018

Just Reduced: 2010 Wilder St, Philadelphia, PA 19146

Just Reduced: $399,000 Stunning 3 bed, 2 bath completely renovated home with 3rd floor addition on a great block in Point Breeze! This home features open floor plan, eat in kitchen with stainless steel appliances, Quartz countertops, finished basement with half bath and yard. Three large bedrooms with tons of closet space. Roof deck with amazing views of the city! […]
January 8, 2018

Philly Dogs Drum Up Dollars For Owner

A pair of well-dressed pups are earning their keep – and some bucks for extra costumes – in the City of Brotherly Love. Noodles and Diva, a Brussels Griffon and Brussels Griffon/Chihuahua mix respectively, spend their day riding along in the basket of owner Anthony Smith. Smith shuttles the dogs to Philadelphia events both large and small, and charges a one […]
January 4, 2018
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This Freezing Winter is One For the Books

In case you haven’t noticed – which is nigh on impossible at this point – it’s cold outside. Really, really cold. The Philadelphia area is currently under a winter storm warning with five to seven inches of snow expected through this evening. The city actually declared a snow emergency state to get cars off the road ahead of plows needed […]
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