There are a lot of reasons that people love to hate on the United States Post Office, and now some surveillance video from the 2100 […]
A mere two-tenths of a point dropped Philadelphia from its perch as the nation’s fourth-most-walkable city in this year’s Walk Score rankings of American cities. […]
Wonder what opulence looked like in the mid-19th century? Wonder no more, for the architect who restored this gorgeous 1860 brownstone on Spruce Street in […]
Once upon a time I died and went to heaven … real estate heaven, that is. Regardless, I imagine the two to be fairly similar—fun, […]
The Urban Land Institute Philadelphia District Council announced the finalists for this year’s Willard G. “Bill” Rouse Awards for Excellence last week, and five of […]
It seems that futuristically modern homes are all the buzz lately. So, when we stumbled across this historically exquisite townhome in Rittenhouse Square, we were both refreshed […]
If you have champagne taste on a beer-bottle budget, say hello to this completely modernized trinity in the ever-so-desirable neighborhood of Rittenhouse Square. In traditional […]
We’ve talked about properties in the luxurious 1706 Rittenhouse building several times over the past few years (like here, or here, or… here), and the time has come […]
A 51-year-old man has been charged in Monday’s crazy Rittenhouse Square cab attack.
Philadelphia police have arrested an apparently naked man for driving an allegedly stolen taxi cab through Rittenhouse Square Park this afternoon.