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Rittenhouse Hotel Has Listed 19th Floor As Raw Condo Space

It’s been a long time coming, but here it is, finally — the trio of listings that confirm the rumor. The description reads [sic]: FIRST […]


New Yoga Studio Coming to Rittenhouse

Bryn Mawr’s Focus Fitness Main Line is expanding its line of fitness studios and bringing Focus Barre and Yoga to 1923 Chestnut. The new business […]


Trinity Tuesday: Furnished in Fitler Square

Nestled between Rittenhouse and Fitler squares, this 1925 townhouse has a nice balance with red shutters and vine-surrounded doorway. Hopefully its pretty exterior is enough […]


For Sale: Rittenhouse’s Infamous Thaw House at 17th and Spruce

Walk by today and you’ll find a law firm at 1710 Spruce Street. A touch ironic, given one of its former residents was Harry K. […]


Home Design Trends 2014: Navy Blue Rooms

Design blogger Mark D. Sikes was asked by House Beautiful what he thought a 2014 home design trend would be, and he said, “Navy blue […]


Morning Headlines: Ten High-End Homes Coming to Rittenhouse

Yesterday, Naked Philly posted photos of the demolition of the old apartment buildings at 19th and Lombard. Ten luxury homes by Atrium Design Group will […]


Toasty Van Pelt Street Townhouse Has Pretty Central Courtyard

Were it closer to summer, this townhouse might attract buyers for its central garden. But given Janus’ assualt on Philly, the courtyard ends up looking […]


Rittenhouse 2BR Between Lombard and Addison

With both a north and south entrance, you’ll find that stepping into this hardwood-floored Rittenhouse home is easy from either direction. From the Lombard Street […]


Exquisite Rittenhouse Condo Built By Chandler, Restored by Sperr

The condo building now named Chandler Place was built in roughly 1904 as a family home for Alexander Mackay-Smith, bishop of Pennsylvania’s Episcopal Church from […]


Thanksgiving Special: Best Luxury Kitchens in Center City

Everyone’s thinking about cooking this week. Well, not everyone. Not people like me, who wouldn’t know how to make stuffing even if you paid me […]


Dentist Fraud Rogal’s Former Condo Is for Rent

At long last, Center City dentist Owen Rogal, who owned the Pain Center at 12th and Lombard, is going to prison. According to the Inquirer, […]

pine street townhouse with view

Rittenhouse Townhome With Rooftop Views for $1.5 Million

Like many on the 2000 block of Pine Street, this home makes a good impression. Outside, its brick & stone exterior sports lovely features like […]

Rescue Rittenhouse Spa

GALLERY: Rescue Rittenhouse Spa’s New Digs

Speaking of Walnut Street retail, the Medical Arts Building at 1601 has a new tenant: Rescue Rittenhouse Spa, which was previously in the Medical Tower […]


Pending Sale: Curtis Institute Founder’s Delancey Street Home

Well, it’s about time! Last month, we pondered whythe Mary Curtis Bok townhouse was still for sale after a year. (Bok was the founder of […]

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Philadelphia’s Most Expensive Fixer-Upper Finally Sells!

Back when I was editor of Curbed Philly, I wrote about a five story, seven-bedroom manse at 21st and Delancey — an address one would […]