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Rittenhouse Square

Rittenhouse Square is one of Philadelphia’s most popular neighborhoods. One of the five original squares planned by city founder William Penn in the late 17th century, the park at the heart of Rittenhouse Square is widely considered one of the finest urban public spaces in the country. The square is home to many works of public art, and the neighborhood serves as a hub for fine dining and extensive retail. Check out our ultimate guide to dining in Rittenhouse before making your next reservation.

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2041 Delancey Is Pending Sale for $2.75M After 40 Years of Single Ownership

When I wrote about this beautiful six-bedroom mansion last fall, I went pretty far to find out who owned it, and I discovered that the […]

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Parc Rittenhouse Price Reduction!

Speaking of Allan Domb, as we were, here’s a property Domb tweeted about today: a penthouse at Parc that has a Joanne Hudson kitchen (pictured). […]

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Trend Piece: Chains Swamping Walnut Street Due to High Rent

The Inquirer‘s fashion writer Elizabeth Wellington spoke with longtime Walnut Street style doyenne and shop owner Joan Shepp this weekend about what she’ll do now […]

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Rittenhouse Hotel’s Luxury Park Suites, Designed by Alexandra Champalimaud

The Rittenhouse Hotel, which was acquired last year by the Hersha Hotel group, hired vaunted hospitality interior designer Alexandra Champalimaud to fashion five third-floor suites […]

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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. […]

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David Grasso Buys a Chunk of the ALISON BVILDING for Residential Condos

GH Realty, aka David Grasso, purchased four floors of the Alison Building–or, as it’s carved in the stone at 1805 Walnut, the ALISON BVILDING. Natalie […]

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House of the Week: Magnificent 1860 Brownstone Listed for $4.3 Million

This 19th-century brownstone at 20th and Spruce is simply exquisite. From the boxed wainscoting and triple crown molding to the hand-carved door frames and carved […]

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Everyday, Oysters Are on Special at a.bar

There’s a real oyster special going down at Rittenhouse Square’s a.bar. Here are the details: between 3 and 6 p.m. everyday, all oysters are $1.50. […]

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Rittenhouse Townhouse with Exquisite Features Available

SPOTLIGHT LISTING: Rittenhouse townhouse for sale This Rittenhouse townhouse, ideally located at 18th St. and Delancy Place, features a Furness style and plan, with romantic […]

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Dandelion’s Robert Aikens Is Heading to New York

In a reversal from what has certainly been a trend, Robert Aikens is heading from Philadelphia to New York. The head man at the Dandelion […]

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A Room in the Sky for a $2.5 Million Rittenhouse Penthouse

This Rittenhouse-area penthouse condo at 1737 Chestnut has city zoning approval to build 20 feet in the air on top of the roof deck, which […]

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1822 Spruce Will Be Featured on The Glamorous Life TV

Is it any surprise? As Kurfiss Sotheby’s International puts it, 1822 Spruce is one of the broker’s “finest Philadelphia listings.” Once a hair salon, this […]

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Tinto Is Showcasing Spanish Beers Tonight

Beginning this evening, July 15th, Tinto will showcase Spanish beers on draft and by the bottle. Starting at 5 p.m. you can learn about these […]

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1974 Stanley Cup “Pinkie Ring” Stolen from Joe Watson’s Daughter

Ex-Flyer Joe Watson’s 1974 Stanley Cup ring–well, a ring given to his wife that his wife bequeathed to her daughter–was stolen from said daughter’s Rittenhouse […]

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Parc Celebrates Bastille Day

July 14th is Bastille Day and Stephen Starr’s French brasserie, Parc’s 5th birthday. The Rittenhouse restaurant is celebrating with an extravagant celebration featuring special St. Germaine […]