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Uniquely renovated 3-story home located on one of the best blocks of Newbold- right down the street from South Philly Tap Room! Tastefully restored home with a nod to modern design aesthetics and function while maintaining historic charm.

Enter through the vestibule into an open first floor- big living room and dining room with industrial modern pendant light. Powder room on first floor and basement entrance outfitted to serve as coat 'closet'.

Bright and lovely kitchen with large window, stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, slate tile floor, tile backsplash, pantry cabinet and breakfast bar/computer nook. Exit to your private patio with a one of a kind mural painted by nationally acclaimed Philly-based street artist.

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You'll have to search long and hard to find a value like this!

Fabulous new construction with hardwood floors throughout & top-of-the-line finishes is priced to sell! Open main floor living/dining area for maximum flexibility.

Gourmet kitchen features energy-saving stainless steel appliances, gas range, granite countertops with bartop, and tile backsplashes.

Glass rear door connects kitchen to concrete rear patio w/wooden fence. Two spacious bedrooms w/tons of closet space & full bath on 2nd floor.

Huge 3rd floor master suite includes master bath w/double vanity and large full-tile shower w/frameless glass enclosure, walk-in closets & rear deck w/stairway to huge fiberglass roof deck.

Full finished basement w/ bathroom.

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Open Houses for May 1 & 2

36 open houses featured this weekend in Graduate Hospital, Point Breeze, Newbold, Southwest Center City, and Grays Ferry.  Plenty to choose from, here is the entire list of open houses for this weekend with dates and times.

Graduate Hospital
Point Breeze
Southwest Center City
Grays Ferry 

See our team's open houses here Philly Living Open Houses

Download the complete list with dates and times here

Complete list of open houses this weekend in text below
Call us at 215-392-0230 to schedule a private appointment to see any of these!

  Address   Price Beds Baths Date & Time  
19146 2521 South St   $529,900 3 2/1 05/02/2015  
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Rendering of Colorado/Bouvier projectArchitect's rendering of the new affordable homes to be built on Colorado and Bouvier streets in Newbold

By Gabriel Gottlieb

The Zoning Board of Adjustment approved variances for 15 affordable rowhomes along Colorado and Bouvier streets in Newbold/Point Breeze at a hearing on Jan. 28.  The Redevelopment Authority partnered with Innova Redevelopment to build the homes on the properties, which are all empty lots right now, and Plumbob, Onion Flats' architectural arm, to design the homes.  The homes will be in the vicinity of Reed, Dickinson, 17th and 18th streets in South Philadelphia.  The development has the support of the Newbold Neighbors Association, the local registered community organization for the site.

Attorney Jared Klein detailed the

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Now Available:
Philly Living Quarterly Market Report for Q4 2014

A comprehensive guide to sales and statistics for the 4th quarter of 2014.

  • Average Home Sale Price
  • Highest Home Sale Price
  • Average Days on Market
  • Number of Homes Sold
  • Analysis of Year over Year Fluctuations
  • Market Forecast for Q1 2015

Use this comprehensive report to help decide whether to sell or reinvest in your home or investment property.

Areas covered in this report:

  • Center City
  • Rittenhouse
  • Queen Village/Bella Vista
  • Grad Hospital/Fitler Square
  • Northern Liberties/Fishtown
  • Art Museum/Fairmount
  • University City
  • Manayunk/Roxborough/East Falls
  • Chestnut Hill/Mt. Airy

Click Here to Download the Report

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Stu Bykofsky takes a look at the Feibush-Johnson dustup; Conshohocken's small merchants come together for an unusual Black Friday shopping experience; Northeast high schoolers weigh in with recommendations to fix the mess that is Roosevelt Boulevard. Maybe we should make them transportation engineers; and the owner of the Moshulu decides it's time for a bow-to-stern reinvention of the tall ship restaurant-bar:

A difference of vision (Philadelphia Daily News|
Conshohocken Merchants Provide Unique Black Friday Shopping Experience (CBS Philly) 
Letters to the Editor: Nov. 26, 2014 (Northeast Times) 
Exclusive: Moshulu owner plans major renovation next year (Philadelphia Business Journal) 

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At least one market news watcher is bullish on the Philly real estate market's near-term prospects, especially in the commercial sector; speaking of commercial, one of the region's leading commercial brokerages offers its predictions for the coming year; the man who made Newbold has plans to recycle a theater at 17th and Snyder into yet another transformative development; and Philly makes the Democrats' short list for 2016:

Reality Check: Philly Real Estate Signals Growing Service Econ (MNI Financial Market News)
Reading tea leaves: CBRE makes commercial real estate forecasts for year (Philadelphia Business Journal) 
Developer buys old theater near 17th and Snyder, plans 'game-changer' (Passyunk Post) 
Philadelphia one of three finalists in running to

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The fight to save The Legendary Blue Horizon enters what could be its final round; the Hive, Philly's first co-working space designed for women, is already buzzing just one week after its Nov. 1 opening; Realtor-developer Ori Feibush sits down with Plan Philly to explain why he wants to unseat City Council member Kenyatta Johnson (D-2nd District); and somebody finally purchased that Buckminster Fuller-inspired geodesic home in Schwenksville:

Blue Horizon Fights For Its Life at Historic Designation Meeting This Wednesday (Hidden City Daily)
Get a glimpse of Philadelphia's first female-only co-working space (Philadelphia Business Journal) 
On the record with Ori Feibush: Conflicts of interest, pay to play, rezoning and more (Plan Philly) 
SOLD: Geodesic

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Lunchtime Quick Hits

When it's complete, the expanded Art Museum will look different only on the inside; Developers appear ready to ride to the rescue of the Cascia Center proposal; work will get under way soon on some simple improvements to a key link in the East Coast Greenway; and Brandywine Realty Trust breaks ground on the FMC Tower with a bang: Art Museum rolling out its dramatic Gehry expansion (The Philadelphia Inquirer; subscription or purchase required) Property next to St. Rita's site draws interest (The Philadelphia Inquirer| Bike, pedestrian improvements connect Spring Garden Street, Schuylkill River Trail (Plan Philly) Growing Tower, Growing Skyline (Hidden City Daily)
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Lunchtime Quick Hits

An update on the Inquirer's Family Feud, with more juicy backstory added - we too wonder what the company's doing running a free website that not only serves up all the content of the papers' paywalled sites, such as this story, but also behaves at times like it's competing with them; in West Philly's Mill Creek section, a new apartment development looks like America; Thanks to its neighbors, Cedar Park's neighborhood diner is back in business after a fire and a botched demolition job next door all but destroyed it; and in case you've found it difficult to keep track of all the game-changing Philly developments we here at the RE Blog and our peers in the development media have been reporting on, Curbed offers a handy map for you to…
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