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Apartment Profile: Rittenhouse Hill

If the makeover of Presidential City was Post Brothers’ main event, its transformation of Rittenhouse Hill was the warmup act. And in bringing this 1950s […]

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Apartment Profile: Presidential City

Back in 1953, when master developer John McShain built it, the Presidential City apartment complex stood at the cutting edge of apartment construction in Philadelphia. […]

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What $20,000 a Month Rent Will Get You in Philadelphia

Looking for “Billionaire’s Row”-style luxury but don’t want to move to Gladwyne or care for a lawn? You can have it right on the Avenue […]

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Apartment Profile: The Irvine

How do you think the cast of “Friends” would live if they had all gone on to college before rooming together? And followed that up […]

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NoLibs’ Piazza Begins Its Comeback With Tons of New Food and Drink Vendors

The Piazza Pod Park, a new mixed-use outdoor development adjacent to the now-mostly-empty Piazza, is opening to Northern Liberties in early summer. The 35,000 square-foot mixed-use outdoor […]

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Apartment Profile: A First Look at The Atlantic

Have you dreamed of living in a residence designed by Rafael Viñoly, the Uruguayan-born, New York-based starchitect who designed the Kimmel Center for the Performing […]

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Philly’s Most Brotastic Apartment Complex Has Some … Spectacular Ads

My dudes, if you’re looking for an apartment where you can kick it in front of the flatscreen with some buds, have some ladies serve […]

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5 Great University City Rentals for Grownups

Usually, a search for “University City apartments for rent” gets translated to “off-campus housing for students.” Now, maybe you do have a large family and […]

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Who’s Building Philly: Matt and Mike Pestronk

From their beginnings in Germantown in the mid-2000s, the actual brothers behind Post Brothers, Matt and Mike Pestronk, have had a bloodhound’s ability to pick up […]

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Big Brothers, Big Sisters, Big Builders: Awards Honor Shapers of the Future

How is building a development like mentoring a young child? Gary Jonas, principal of HOW Properties, explains it this way: “What I see is real estate […]

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Hard Hat Tour: The Adams

Post Brothers’ Presidential City Rejuvenation Derby has entered the home stretch. When it’s finished, the iconic four-building apartment complex erected in 1951-53 by prolific Philadelphia builder […]

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Ooh La La! The Adams Gets a Parisian Makeover

If you’ve followed my reporting on Post Brothers, you should know that I’m a huge fan of the Pestronk brothers’ theatrical flair. Whether it’s in […]

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Post Brothers Remixes the Roosevelt Apartments

For decades, the Roosevelt Apartments at 23rd and Walnut streets has had a reputation as a decent, low-rent (for Rittenhouse) place to live with a […]

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Post Brothers Bets on Chestnut’s Retail Future (and Walnut’s Too)

“We’re bullish on Center City, and anytime we see an opportunity, we’re going to pursue it.” That statement from Matt Pestronk explains in a nutshell […]

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Presidential City Gets Its Own Resort

Matt and Mike Pestronk, the brains behind Post Brothers Apartments, have a flair for in-your-face public relations, as those who recall the campaign they waged […]