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An architect and his wife reclaimed this abandoned house in 2007 and recycled it into a striking modern-yet-traditional residence.
Readying Your Home for Sale on the Outside Holing up indoors stationed in front of the TV is a natural way to pass the cold, […]
Quakers aren’t much into cult-like leadership–more like building consensus, even if a single decision takes several years–but a renegade egotist is certainly welcome to buy […]
We realize that Mayor Nutter’s Actual Value Initiative (AVI) is terrifying to many, so we’ll try to calm things down with regular releases of information […]
Two bedrooms. Two levels. Central air. A private backyard. One-car garage. Washer-dryer. For $850 per month. In a neighborhood with pretty much no crime. So […]
Sometimes a home’s interior requires a potential buyer to use some imagination. This is especially true when the home’s seller has plastic slipcovers on the […]
SPOTLIGHT LISTING: Center City Carriage House for Sale John Wannamaker became a local (and very wealthy) icon thanks to his eponymous department store. He left […]
Property field reporter Gerry Senker says District 33 folks are yelling, “Bozo sucks!” The place is packed–no room in the balcony, even. Who says Philadelphians […]
It seemed like progress when the city finally changed the its antiquated zoning code after 50 years of ineptitude. But then, as with other forward-looking […]
This 4 bedroom, 7,000-square-foot home on Washington Square offers, according to its listing, “Upper East Side Lifestyle at Phila Prices!” But forget New York. This […]
Agent Frank L. DeFazio has been in the real estate business for seven years and focuses largely on Center City and the vicinity. We had […]
Office of Property Assessment, City of Philadelphia.
It was past vs. past: the 20th-century history of modernist architecture vs. the 19th-century history of the civil war. Austrian-American architect Richard Neutra designed a […]
Ah, Smiths. No, wait. Sorry. It’s *smiths. The Center City restaurant and bar on 19th Street between Market and Sansom touts its happy hours and […]
We don’t mean right this second, like hanging out by the fountain. But when you think about deadbeats who don’t pay property taxes, you probably […]