Center City Philadelphia

May 31, 2018

Just Listed For Rent: 200 Locust St Unit #27A, Philadelphia, PA 19106

  Just Listed for Rent: $3,100/month I.M. Pei designed Society Hill Towers two bedroom one bath residence located in historic Society Hill. Floor to ceiling windows coupled with breathtaking sunset views overlooking center city, elegant Society Hill, and Delaware River. It features gorgeous hardwood floors throughout residence including the bedrooms. A magnificent open kitchen presents island and quartzite countertops, stainless […]
May 30, 2018

Just Reduced For Rent: 1012-14 S Randolph St Unit #4, Philadelphia, PA 19147

Just Reduced For Rent: $2,300/month This massive bi-level unit is almost new (there’s only been one set of occupants thus far) and READY FOR MOVE IN! Nestled in the heart of the immensely popular Queen Village, this amazing unit is will make your jaw drop. Featuring a wide and open floor plan, this unit has gorgeous & pristine hardwood floors […]
February 15, 2016

A Summer of Beer at a Philly Park Near You

With the biting cold in the air these days it’s hard not to dream of summer. Let’s take a step into the future right now and pretend we’re already deep into June and reveling in the sunshine. To help make these winter months pass faster, the Philadelphia Department of Parks and Recreation just announced a partnership that just might make your summer […]
January 24, 2014

Bring In the Big Money: Manses Hit the Market

A trio of extra-pricey digs recently hit the MLS. Looking for a palatial pad to call your own? The Philly real estate market can make it happen. These unique properties offer out-of-this-world luxury and one-of-a-kind appeal – along with astronomical price tags. Governor’s Mansion (Naval Square Community) First up on the block is 2420 Grays Ferry Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19146, […]
December 15, 2011

Philadelphia Real Estate Taxes – Lower Your Taxes

Center City Philadelphia – recently wrote a piece that included 2 steps to lower your Philadelphia Real Estate Taxes.  This got me thinking about Philadelphia Real Estate Taxes in general and if you believe your Philadelphia Real Estate Taxes are too high, and everyone does, here are two steps you can before filing your appeal. Philadelphia Real Estate Taxes […]
December 2, 2011

Philadelphia Real Estate Blog: Honeygrow Rittenhouse Square

Philadelphia Real Estate Blog: Honeygrow Rittenhouse Square A new and exciting restaurant is coming to Rittenhouse Square.  At Honeygrow, you will create customized stir-frys, salads, and shakes from a ingredient list containing over 50 options.  Honeygrow will be located at the ground level of The Oakwood Apartments at 1601 Sansom Street.  The space was previously occupied by the Pita Pit. […]
December 2, 2011

Philadelphia Real Estate Blog: Fishtown River Trail

Philadelphia Real Estate Blog: Fishtown River Trail The Delaware River Waterfront Corporation is starting work on a trail will run adjacent to Delaware Avenue and Penn Street, from the base of Spring Garden Street to Ellen Street thus connecting the Fishtown Neighborhood to the Delaware Waterfront.   The RBA Group, an architecture firm with offices in Philadelphia and New York, was […]
November 16, 2011

Wells Fargo Museum Opening on Avenue Of The Arts

Wells Fargo Museum Opening on Avenue Of The Arts. Wells Fargo & Co., the San Francisco based banking company that took over Wachovia Corp in 2008 will open the Wells Fargo History Museum at 123 South Broad Street on the Avenue of The Arts in the former Fidelity Bank building.  The museum’s collection will include two red stage coaches, old […]
November 12, 2011

Fare Restaurant In Art Museum Neighborhood

Fare Restaurant In Art Museum Neighborhood   Deep Pockets checked in today with a raving review of Fare Restaurant, the new eco-conscious restaurant located at 2028 Fairmout Avenue in the Art Museum neighborhood. Fare’s menu is exclusively comprised of organic and locally sourced food and drink and their entire decor is made from recycled and environmentally responsible material.  Now we all that Deep […]