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You Can’t Top This: 3 Levels of Luxury, 360-Degree Views, $7M

The building we now know as the Lanesborough was built in 1929 as the home of the Haverford Club and the Yale Club. Today, it’s […]

Property

Trinity Tuesday: Living Color in Rittenhouse for $425K

As someone who considers herself a fan of the neutral palette, I have to say that most of the time, I’m adverse to any sort […]

Foobooz

Scarpetta Launches Happy Hour on Rittenhouse Square

The lounge at the still brand new Scarpetta inside the Rittenhouse Hotel has begun happy hour and it offers 50% off all beer, cocktails and […]

Foobooz

Scarpetta Does Lunch

Starting on Monday, November 14, Philly’s Scarpetta will become the first location in the group to offer lunch. So why this break from tradition? Location, […]

City Life

Second Suspect Arrested, Charged in Rittenhouse Shooting

Philadelphia police have arrested and charged a second suspect in connection with the Rittenhouse shooting that occurred in late October, in which 17-year-old Mehdi Fraiji allegedly […]

City Life

Teen Suspect in Rittenhouse Shooting Turns Himself In

The 17-year-old boy suspected of shooting a cyclist in Rittenhouse Square last week turned himself in to police early Saturday.

Foobooz

Lacroix Goes Straight Prix-Fixe

Lacroix, the longstanding restaurant at Philadelphia’s Rittenhouse Hotel is changing things up. Chef Jon Cichon has announced that the restaurant is going to a single, five-course […]

City Life

Police Seek Teenager in Rittenhouse Shooting, Attempted Robbery

Police have issued an arrest warrant for a teenager they say shot a man five times in Rittenhouse Square on Tuesday night when the man tried […]

City Life

Police Seek Suspects in Rittenhouse Square Shooting

@6abc @NBCPhiladelphia @FOX29philly moments after the "gunshots" in Rittenhouse Square (from Rouge). pic.twitter.com/g4uBX42at0 — Greg Berry (@gregmberry) October 19, 2016 A 39-year-old man was reportedly […]

Property

Trinity Tuesday: Up on the Roof in Rittenhouse

The strict definition of a “trinity” is a home with three floors, each of those floors having just one room (the bathroom doesn’t count). Basements, […]

Property

Hard Hat Tour: Van Pelt Mews

It seems that architect Cecil Baker has the golden touch these days. Not only is he the emergency surgeon of choice for ailing projects, having […]

Property

Trinity Tuesday: A Little Luxury in Rittenhouse

Modern kitchens with stainless steel appliances? Yeah, we’ve seen plenty of those in trinities all across the city. Modern kitchens with stainless steel appliances and […]

Foobooz

A Quick Look Inside Scarpetta At The Rittenhouse

Scarpetta–the fancy-pants New York transplant taking over the old Smith & Wolensky space at the Rittenhouse Hotel–opened for business yesterday with a couple surprises. The […]

Property

Trinity Tuesday: A Renovated Rare Find on Rodman Street

The streets that usually come to mind when we think of “Old Philadelphia” are the “little streets” — the Quince Streets and Elfreth’s Alleys that […]

Foobooz

Scarpetta Opening at the Rittenhouse on September 28

A couple days ago, we rolled out our Fall Restaurant Preview. In it, we talked about the opening of Scarpetta–the fancy-pants, double-decker modern Italian restaurant […]