Allan Domb: The Busiest Man in Real Estate

Every now and then it’s fun to see how busy Allan Domb is. The answer is: busy. Here are three developments we’ve recently learned about. He might want to invest in a cape and a phone booth.

1. Domb now owns the Barneys Co-Op space at 10 Rittenhouse–part of a larger purchase he made. (Fashion note: the Co-Op is being converted into Barneys New York because the Co-Op brand is underperforming.)

2. Domb’s micro-apartment project at 1955 Locust Street is ready for prime time.

3. Domb has listed a home for sale at the Rittenhouse Plaza for $539,900. Here’s the listing, just for fun.

More Domb to come…

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  • theycallmerob

    Kinne can!

  • theycallmerob

    Kendricks is not exactly the first person I’d point my finger at after that game. However, I don’t think it’s that outrageous to believe he may have tweaked his nuts/nether region, considering Rivers and Gates abused them all day.

  • jabostick

    Yes! Shame on me for forgetting him. I don’t think the fly swatters or garbage cans have been signed elsewhere either

  • G_WallyHunter

    Ya I thought that lol just the way the comments went, after I said Boykin worked his ass off next comment was not a fan of his game lol… Boykin May just end up being the brightest spot of that draft…

  • cliff henny

    guess the issue is boykins going from outside to nickle and if not, who then is nickle. sure williams will have bounce back game, he seems like that kind of a guy. one week hate’m next think you might have a decent guy.

  • Dutch

    Poe is cat quick and runs a 4.8 40 yard dash. That’s like walking into your kitchen and your refrigerator attacks you unexpectedly, trying to trap him could have consequences so leaving him free may be a grave mistake.

  • Token

    He should start over one of the current starters. I dont care if its supposedly weakens the slot. O well.

    If you may have a starting quality outside corner, you better get him playing time. The two guys in front of him are nothing special. This is a year to find out what you have in some of these young guys.

    Im sure Kelly hates his size but so what. As a corner if you can cover a guy then thats all I ask. I want to see how he performs covering a Nicks or Dez Bryant.

  • ClydeSide

    Exactly! Just a matter of time.

  • UKEagle99

    I mentioned this a few weeks ago http://www.phillymag.com/eagles/2013/09/04/eagles-practice-squad-tracker/#comment-1028394892

    I got a response that he was injured and not expected to play this year. Maybe one for the future? Drafting a safety worries me, Kenny Vaccaro has looked good for the Saints when I have seen him in action.

  • UKEagle99

    There whole Dline is no joke, they looked in mid season form week 1 (admittedly it was the Jags). I have yet to see their week 2 game but will do so before Thursday!

  • UKEagle99

    Yes please. A hot one.