January 18, 2017

Just Sold: 1513 Green St Unit #A, Philadelphia, PA 19130

Just Sold: $292,500 Situated in one of the best neighborhoods Philadelphia has to offer, 1513 Green Street gives you ease of first floor condo living with the historical facade charm Fairmont is famous for! No stairs to climb here! This large 1 bedroom condo is over 1,000 square feet of one floor living and is the only unit with access […]
January 18, 2017

Strikes and Sexy Cocktails at Philly’s Hidden Bowling Alley

Is there any other pastime that has stood up to the wear and tear of history quite like bowling? Well, there’s baseball, but not everyone can play baseball – some of us (and that absolutely does not include this writer) have no hand-eye coordination and would just wind up concussed. While poor hand-eye coordination can keep one from a pro […]
January 17, 2017

Philadelphia Mint Releases 2017 “P” Penny

Coin collectors always look forward to the new year, when fresh coins are rolled out. The numismatic community got a surprise this month when they noticed something a little different about certain 2017 pennies. Billions of pennies struck at the Philadelphia mint are emblazoned with a small “P” just under where the year is embossed. It’s a tiny letter that […]
January 16, 2017

Just Listed For Rent: 177 Parker Ave Unit #1, Philadelphia, PA 19128

Just Listed For Rent:$1100/month AMAZING 2 bedroom/ 1 bathroom unit steps from Main St and across street from train into Center City and suburbs. Unit is ideal for roommates with two huge bedrooms that are the SAME SIZE, each with a large closet. Unit also features a very spacious living room, dining area, full size washer/dryer IN UNIT, good size […]
January 16, 2017

How Trump’s Presidency Could Impact Philadelphia

With days to go before Donald Trump is inaugurated as President of the United States, it’s time to take a look at how his taking office could impact the country. Philadelphia Magazine recently took on the question of Trump’s potential influence on the City of Brotherly Love, publishing The No-B.S. Guide to Trump’s Impact on Philadelphia. The piece addressed several […]
January 16, 2017

Just Reduced: 2237 Fitzwater St, Philadelphia, PA 19146

Just Reduced: $745,000 Welcome home to one of the best renovations in Graduate Hospital! THREE BEDROOMS PLUS LARGE DEN WITH PARKING! Completely redone from top to bottom in 2015, 2237 Fitzwater mixes in beautiful original detail with modern finishes. The perfectly designed first floor starts with a grand two story living room which shows off beautiful exposed brick and the […]
January 13, 2017

Just Sold: 1930 Parrish St Unit #4, Philadelphia, PA 19130

Just Sold:$359,000 Newly constructed 4 unit condo in highly thought after Francisville. This is the 3rd (top) floor unit with an open layout, extra high ceilings, wide plank natural birch hardwood floors throughout. Modern kitchen with slate GE appliances, a breakfast counter facing a huge 8’x17′ window. Two large bedrooms with views of the downtown skyline from both. Two full […]
January 13, 2017

Faith and Liberty Discovery Center to Open in Center City

Locals and tourists of all faiths are sure to be intrigued by an upcoming project from the American Bible Society. The Faith and Liberty Discovery Center will take visitors on a tour through exhibits based around the Christian faith and the Bible. While the project is still in its earliest stages, the concept and details emerging are fascinating. The project […]
January 12, 2017

Comcast Threatens Lawsuit Over Wage History Bill

Comcast, the cable giant who happens to have their headquarters right in the City of Brotherly Love, is not a fan of the proposed wage history bill currently being on the desk of Mayor Jim Kenney. The bill, if passed, would become to first citywide law in the nation blocking prospective employers from inquiring about applicants’ past wage history. In […]
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