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Co-Living Comes to The Civic

When last we addressed the subject, two rapidly expanding companies had announced plans to bring “dorm life for adults” — a 21st-century version of the […]

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Apartment Profile: The Civic

From the time it opened in 1983 until its closing two years ago, St. Joseph’s Hospital and the prep school of the same name across the […]


5 Historic Landmarks for Living

What makes Philadelphia different from, say, Phoenix is its history, and we’re not just talking about Independence Hall. This city has inherited a rich legacy […]


Open House: Tour the Stylish Units at the Braverman Building in Brewerytown

If you’ve been following along with MM Partners on Instagram (if not, why?), then you’re well aware that they’re latest project at the Braverman Building […]


Historic Dye Works Building on Fairmount to Become Mixed-Use Loft Space

A photo posted by mmpartners (@mmpartners) on Feb 16, 2015 at 9:32am PST Stepping outside their usual haunt in Brewerytown, MM Partners has embarked on an […]


Projects Bubbling Up in Brewerytown in 2015

Looks like Tacony isn’t the only neighborhood fixing for a revival. The Brewerytown boosters at MM Partners recently sent out a report of the projects they have in […]


Brewerytown Revitalization to Continue as Developer Set to Invest $60 Million

MM Partners, a developer who has invested close to $45 million in Brewerytown within the last decade, according to Natalie Kostelni at the Philadelphia Business Journal, […]


And Brewerytown Is Still Booming!

Looks like Brewerytown Living is going to have to update this map soon. In a partnership between developer MMPartners and lot owner Adco American Development, […]


“Ask Me How Brewerytown Is Booming!”

Last night at Rybrew — the cafe-restaurant with a superb beer selection at 28th and Girard Avenue — neighborhood residents mingled with real estate professionals […]

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Philadelphia Salvage Signs an Agreement for a Brewerytown Store

When Mugshots closed its Brewerytown location about a month ago, there was nervous chatter among people hungry for the area’s revitalization. After three years on […]

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Things You Don’t Notice Until You Do: Signs and House Numbers

In Brewerytown, developers MM Partners are celebrating the handiwork of sign painter Sean Barton, who recently created a typeface for house numbers on their properties on […]