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Art and Commerce: Talk Reviewed

I went to Talk for the first time when it was very young — just a couple weeks old. I sat at the bar, drank […]

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Bookends in Rittenhouse Square for $1.15M or $1.85M (You Pick)

The mass customizers are specialists at churning out dozens of virtually identical new homes in their developments. Such homes are usually identical or nearly so […]

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DA Intends to Pursue Lesser Murder Charge in Rittenhouse Stabbing

The Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office has decided to withdraw a first-degree murder charge against Michael White, a 21-year-old college student accused in the July 12th […]


A Moderne Classic in Rittenhouse for $1.099M

There is a clue to what lies behind the classic facade of this 1868 townhome on Panama Street near Rittenhouse Square. It’s right there, in […]

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I Could Have Been Michael White

Editor’s note: An earlier version of this column incorrectly stated that Michael White does not have a criminal record. According to court records, he was […]

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Philly Developer Stabbed, Killed in Possible Road Rage Incident in Center City

This is a developing story and may be updated at any time. Sean Schellenger, a 37-year-old real estate developer and owner of Streamline Solutions, was stabbed […]


A First Look Inside the Laurel

The shovels won’t go into the ground at 1911 Walnut St. until early next year, but Southern Land Company is wasting no time selling condominiums […]


Midcentury, Modernized, on Rittenhouse Square for $439K

Our apologies in advance if you feel like you’re reading the text version of a Ginsu knife ad as you plow through today’s featured listing. […]


On the Market: An Urbane Condo in Rittenhouse Square for $647.5K

This handsome single-family townhome that’s part of the Wanamaker House condominium offers great modern style, some very nice features and some great community amenities. One […]

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Forget Starbucks Training Day: Here’s How We’ll Really Tackle Racial Bias

This Tuesday is “5/29” — the tag mega-retailer Starbucks is using for its one-day attempt to address racial bias in its workplaces. The company is closing […]


All Decked Out in Rittenhouse for $445K

Back in the 1830s, when railroads were the Internet of their day, a bunch of worried Philadelphians tried to rally their fellow citizens in an […]


Beautiful Music in Rittenhouse for $2.275M

There seems to be something about this unassuming 1860 townhome that brings out the artistic impulse in people. It’s had its share of non-artistic notables, to […]


A Stylish Pair in Rittenhouse Square for $1.45M

You’ve seen stunning modern townhomes hiding behind Colonial, Georgian and Federal façades before. They’re hardly rarities in this city. But rarely do you run across […]


Rittenhouse Square: A Neighborhood Guide

New York has the Upper East Side. Chicago has its Gold Coast. Boston has its lower-rise Back Bay. And in Philadelphia, we have Rittenhouse Square. […]

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The Two Men Arrested at Starbucks in Rittenhouse Share Their Story

After a period of silence following their controversial arrest last week at the Starbucks on 18th and Spruce streets, best friends Rashon Nelson and Donte […]