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Jaw Dropper of the Week: Rittenhouse Home May Have Once Been a Boarding House

If the walls inside this Rittenhouse Square home could talk…well, we couldn’t even begin to imagine what they’d say if what the listing says is […]

Property

There’s a Spanish-Style Mansion In Rittenhouse – And It’s For Sale

Well, we didn’t see this one coming! Nestled squarely on the corner of S 17th Street and Delancey Place (map) is a Spanish-style townhouse mansion with three-car […]

Things to Do

There’s a Morning Dance Party Happening in Rittenhouse Next Week

Ticketleap, the team behind quirky local events like Dîner en Sweatpants and Pope Yoga, is throwing a morning dance party next Thursday at the Coda in Rittenhouse. […]

Property

Jaw Dropper of the Week: Who Will Buy This Minimalist Delancey Mansion?

If it is giving you museum vibes, that’s because it is one. Well, as far as personal museum homes go anyway. See, when Henry “Hank” McNeil, member of […]

Property

Jaw Dropper of the Week: Six-Bedroom Delancey Beauty Gets Price Cut

There’s little we can say about Delancey Place homes that hasn’t been said already: they’re spacious, historic, gorgeous and always on the pricey-end of the market. Even if […]

Sweetgreen comes to Center City.
Be Well Philly

This Is When Sweetgreen’s New Rittenhouse Location Is Opening

Back when we told you guys about fall fitness and foodie openings to be excited about, one of our favorites, Sweetgreen, had yet to set […]

Property

Little Pete’s Responds via Social Media to Recent Hyatt Hotel News

In case you missed it, a representative from Chancellor Hotel Associates, the company developing the Little Pete’s Restaurant site, announced to City Council this week that plans to […]

Property

Little Pete’s Site Will No Longer Be a Hudson Hotel

Little Pete’s restaurant and the three-story parking garage that sits above it will not become a Hudson Hotel. Instead, the Inquirer reports, the 17th and Chancellor […]

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Sneak Peek: Inside Sip-N-Glo’s Soon-to-Open Rittenhouse Juicery

I can hear the workers hammering, drilling and power-sawing behind the closed, papered-up doors of the soon-to-open Sip-N-Glo Juicery on 20th near Rittenhouse Square. I open the doors […]

Property

Spotted in Rittenhouse: Vintage Locust Street Townhouse with Parking

Rittenhouse, you rarely cease to amaze us. To be sure, your high-rise apartments bestow the city a bevy of ritzy units, but truth be told […]

Property

Listed for $1.2 Million: Remodeled Bauhaus Home in Rittenhouse

If ever there was a home that genuinely warranted the adjective “unique,” this is it. It may not seem that way at first glance, to be […]

Be Well Philly

Big News: This Is Where the New Lululemon Walnut Street Store Will Be

As some of you probably remember, back in January, there was a crazy accident at the Lululemon store on Walnut Street — loose bricks from […]

Property

Trinity Tuesday: “Fantasy Landscape” Pied-à-Terre in Rittenhouse

Trinities, by their nature, make excellent second homes in the city for those with primary residences elsewhere. But as you can see by the responses […]

City Life

Would You Wait Eight Years to Join the Lombard Swim Club?

“Just act like you belong and we’ll be fine.” I’m trying to remember the last time I did something like this. I think it was […]

Property

Former Italian Consulate Turned Mega Mansion Asks $3.25M

Whoa. Could you imagine if this mega-mansion designed by Theophilus P. Chandler  – for the record, historical notes also attribute it to Horace Trumbauer – at the […]