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Afternoon Quick Hits

Posted on Friday, March 6th, 2015 at 4:09pm.

Recall when Noah explained the "Starbucks Effect"? Turns out that Philly home prices get a double shot; The woes of the casinos have taken Atlantic City-area real estate prices down with them, opening a window of opportunity for bargain-hunters; Families throughout the region are opening their homes to families coming to town for the papal visit this fall; and a progress report on the Avenue of the Arts Building conversion shows original features, long hidden, brought back into view:

'Starbucks Effect' bigger in Philly than in most cities (Philly.com)
Real estate: Why falling prices in Atlantic City could be a good thing (Philadelphia Business Journal)
Going to see the pope? Rooms for rent may be the way to go (The Patriot-News|PennLive.com)
Conversion of Avenue of the Arts building well under way (Philadelphia Business Journal

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Afternoon Quick Hits

Posted on March 06, 2015
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Recall when Noah explained the “Starbucks Effect”? Turns out that Philly home prices get a double shot; The woes of the casinos have taken Atlantic City-area real estate prices down with them, opening a window of opportunity for bargain-hunters; Families throughout the region are opening their homes to families coming to town for the papal visit this fall; and a progress report on the Avenue of the Arts Building conversion shows original features, long hidden, brought back into view: ‘Starbucks Effect’ bigger in Philly than in most cities (Philly.com)Real estate: Why falling prices in Atlantic City could be a good thing (Philadelphia Business Journal)Going to see the pope? Rooms for rent may be the way to go (The Patriot-News|PennLive.com)Conversion of Avenue of the Arts building well under way (Philadelphia Business Journal) http://www.phillyliving.com/blog/afternoon-quick-hits9.html[...]

Posted on Friday, March 6th, 2015 at 5:52pm.

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