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Questlove of the Roots lists his ten favorite restaurants across the world for Vanity Fair. And the globe-trotting drummer gives a shoutout to his hometown […]
One of the most asked queries that land in our inboxes over the past few months is just what is coming to the corner of […]
Most people know I.M. Pei designed the Society Hill Towers, but projects like this three-story townhome at 251 South Third Street, are less well-known. In […]
Whether you have XM Sirius Radio or just an iPod named Vladimir II (because you forgot Vladimir I at the library and he was gone […]
It is one thing to boast a few fireplaces in your federalist style home. It is another to have a decorative one in your bathroom. […]
In September we wrote about the remarkable home at Fourth and Pine that was once a flag stop on the Underground Railroad. That property, a four-story […]
Here’s the first story. And now a few more details, in a formal announcement, below.
If the road to acquiring all the necessary approvals goes smoothly, Tom Scannapieco’s plans for a $150 million residential tower near Independence Hall could begin […]
Delancey Street zigzags east to west through Philadelphia and we are of the opinion that just about every block of it is near perfect. The […]
Ed Snider may have put his Manhattan apartment on the market, but as a Property commenter pointed out, he also owns a condo at the swank […]
109 Lombard Street, Unit B, Philadelphia, PA, 19147 Open House: Saturday, February 8, 1pm Beds: 3 Baths: 3 Square feet: 1,623 Price: $569,000
In a sea of new construction, sometimes all condos converge into a mass of neutral walls, big windows and boxy floorplans. This unit stands out […]
445 Olive Street, Philadelphia, PA, 19123 Open House: Saturday, January 25, 11am Beds: 3 Baths: 1.1 Square feet: 1,515 Price: $389,000 224 Delancey Place, Philadelphia, […]
Thanks to a top-to-bottom interior overhaul last year, you wouldn’t think this Society Hill home was built in 1821. It’s remarkably modern, as trinities go. […]
The listing for this home calls it “Society Hill’s very own Bauhaus,” and indeed the double-wide (51 feet) modern home does have a bit of […]