THE GREEN SCENE: Greenable Goes to NoLibs

Home editor Lauren McCutcheon can’t wait to check out the local home renovation center’s new space

Who would’ve guessed that North 4th Street would become our new favorite home-shopping spot? First there was Honey’s (for pre-retail refuel), then came City Planter, for the prettiest urban gardening vessels ever, and, now (or, just one week from now), there’s a bigger, better location of eco-friendly home renovations center Greenable. Moved from Old City, the new-to-NoLibs spot kicks off a business’s partnership with fantastic reuse-rehabber Greensaw and introduces BYOB "filling stations" for waste-free replenishment of cleaning and home care products. There’s more square footage, too, which means more room for Greenable’s lines of lovely recycled glass tiles and smooth-spreading Mythic and Yolo paints and super-durable, all-natural flooring solutions. There’s even more space to park your Prius. (Or Escalade. No judgment.) 820 North 4th Street, 215-922-6066, greenable.net.