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 […]


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 […]


Trinity Tuesday: This 1,000-Square-Foot House Could Turn You Into a Minimalist

Purging old paperwork from my drawers, donating long-untouched books to the library, clearing my perpetually mail-laden bureau, and re-organizing my closet…these are all things I try […]

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The 32nd Annual Ball On The Square

Last night, The Friends of Rittenhouse Square and Arthur Wolk (The Wolk Law Firm) & Boo (the law firm’s house pooch) hosted the 32nd annual […]


A.Kitchen Is Launching An Express Lunch Service

This one’s for the Center City crowd looking for something a little different for lunch. A.Kitchen and A.Bar are rolling out a new weekly changing sandwich-and-a-side […]


Trinity Tuesday: Superb Tudor-Style Home Facing Fitler Square For Sale

Honestly, it only offers one bedroom (easily becoming two should you decide to convert the top floor bonus room into another sleeping quarter), but considering its trinity […]


How to Buy PMA-Backed Photography at Atelier Tonight

Frequent visitors of the Philadelphia Museum of Art are familiar with its biannual art photo competition. It attracts a host of standout submissions with the […]


Spotted in Rittenhouse: Remodeled House Made of Three Old Trinity Homes

“It’s a home with distinctive charm,” the current owner starts saying after we ask him what his favorite part about it is. Indeed, distinctive seems like the […]


Trinity Tuesday: Is This the Largest Trinity You’ve Ever Seen?

Woah. Are we really sure this is a trinity? This expansive house on the 1900 block of Waverly Street in Rittenhouse is far from the snug, […]


House vs. House: Rittenhouse Square Neighbors Edition

So they’re not technically on the same street, but given that you can get to 1725 Lombard from Addison Street (it’s part of Addison Mews so an […]


Spotted on Spruce: Six-Bedroom Brownstone Relisted for $450,000 Less

Jetted blue tub aside, this home feels ready-made for a period film starring Kate Winslet, naturally, and Bradley Cooper in his first stab at an early 20th-century piece dealing […]


Converted Corner Duplex on Waverly Street in Rittenhouse Asks $800,000

Lookin’ for some space near Rittenhouse? Here’s a converted duplex tucked away on the corner of Waverly and Capitol Streets at the southern edge of […]


Rittenhouse Renovation by Adam Zangrilli Includes Master Suite with Bonus Room

About two-three blocks from Rittenhouse Square is this 17th Street townhouse, a home situated between Pine and Spruce that’s been appointed with, by the looks of […]


Single-Bedroom Condo Available in What Was Once a Victorian Mansion

Okay, so the kitchen may be just like any other room where one prepares food these days (see: stainless steel appliances, granite counters, and potential room to […]


Art Lovers Are Moving Out of This Rittenhouse Condo. Anyone Interested?

If property records are up to date, then the lawyer duo who bought this home back in late 2009 are now parting ways with their art-filled […]