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Open Houses

Weekly open house lists for homes and condos for sale in Philadelphia.  We cover 19146, 19103, 19106, 19147 zip codes.  We post all open houses, in any price range in those zip codes.  That includes open houses in the neighborhoods of Graduate Hospital, Fitler Square, Rittenhouse Square, Point Breeze, The Gayborhood, Midtown Village, Washington Square West, Center City, Old City, Society Hill, Queen Village, Bella Vista, and Hawthorne.

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  Independence Beer Garden Opening: We walked by yesterday and saw taps for kegs going in and immediately got excited for summer nights and happy hours after work! Independence Beer Garden is giving us a little tease this weekend to give us a taste of what we can expect when they open for the season on April 26th. New this year...large plates! Last year they not only added in small plates and alternatives to beer but now they’ve added in brisket, wings & other delectable fillers!   Manayunk Restaurant Week: Who doesn’t love a week full of enjoying delicious food at a steal of a deal? 17 restaurants in Manayunk are ready to showcase what they’ve got through April 27th. You can find the full list here and just know you are in for a treat wherever…
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Cherry Blossom Fest: The week-long festival is coming to a close this weekend! Come out this weekend, or if you’re interested in the main day, Sunday, to celebrate with special dinners, tea ceremonies and for those who love sake...a sake garden! Enjoy this beautiful weather and the Japanese culture at Fairmount Park this Sunday!

Philly Celebrates Jazz: It’s Jazz Appreciation Month and Philadelphia knows how to keep the groove going with many different events & performances now through the end of April. Check out for more information on what’s happening when in the Philly Jazz scene.    Garces Foundation’s 2018 Benefit at the Loews: The 6th Annual Think Local.Give Local Benefit is happening tonight at the Loews Hotel…
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It’s every Philly sports fans dream weekend - every team in season is home & it’s a jam pack weekend of games & celebration! Congratulations to Villanova Men’s Basketball for securing their 2nd National Championship in 3 years, the parade was held on Thursday and had a great crowd to celebrate our second champions this year (yes, we’re still on cloud 9 about the Eagles).

76ers vs. the Cavaliers: It’s been long awaited...the Cavaliers are back in Philadelphia to take on the 76ers tonight. If you’ve been to a Sixers game, you know you are able to get fairly reasonable tickets leading up to the game, or even day of...not the case tonight. Parking passes alone are running guests about $75 a car (typically $20) and then the game tickets, starting at

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There's no way you can say that Brewerytown is not a transforming neighborhood...which seems to be transforming overnight thanks to developer, Vince Viney the founder of V2 Properties. In 2017 V2 Properties began construction on their latest project in Brewerytown, BreweryWorks, a 15 townhome community located on the 1400 block of N. Myrtlewood Street. These contemporary 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom homes offer many standard upgrades and panoramic city skyline views of Philadelphia; with only 2 left, this has become Brewerytowns hottest blocks!

In all V2 Property homes not only are there standard upgraded features, there are also general specs each home follows including: energy efficient HVAC systems, in-wall surround sound system, hardwired speakers

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76er’s at Home vs. Brooklyn Nets: Having just beat the Knicks in New York last night, the Sixer’s are back on their home court as they take on the Brooklyn Nets tonight tipping off at 7pm on the dot. Tickets are still on sale so if you’re looking for something to do last minute, and pretty inexpensive (depending on your seat choice) check out the Sixer’s site, Stub Hub or even the newer app, GameTime to purchase your seats.

Women’s Film Festival: Beginning today, the Women’s Film Festival is back for it’s 4th straight year to celebrate strong women producers, actors & directors. Most of the events are held at the Kimmel Center however there are also other locations included, so if you’re interested in getting out and supporting women in film this

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If you crave owning a home like no other, then 445 Poplar Street is the place for you. Originally crafted by a builder for his own personal use, this rare gem provides a perfect blend of impressive craftsmanship with dramatic architectural details. With its expansive open layout, the main floor is an entertainer's dream. At either end are bright and sunny living areas, with one side being used as a playroom and the other as a living room, although the possibilities for either are endless. Prominently featured in the center of this floor is the gourmet kitchen, which is unlike any other in Philadelphia. It's over-sized center island with bar seating and custom countertop, exposed brick wall, stainless steel appliances (including a trash compactor!), not to

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It feels like there hasn’t been a full work week since the before the new year in Philly! Between the holidays, people taking off to go to the Super Bowl, Super Bowl Monday (necessary) and of course the parade we are all still buzzing from. Next week will be no different with a lot of employers recognizing President’s Day as a work holiday. With a 3-day weekend ahead, we thought it’d be fun to share our favorite Philly “staycation” ideas from where you stay, where to eat & what to see which you might otherwise overlook on any other weekend!

Where to Stay: Vacations are great because you get to see new things but also because you don’t have to worry about cleaning up. This is why we suggest, even though you may live in Philly, stay in a hotel or

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For those unaware, Philly sports fans are on the brink on one of the biggest weekends of their lives...the Philadelphia Eagles are in the Super Bowl. Some fans have been lucky enough (and have saved enough) to be en route to the frozen tundra of Minnesota to watch the Eagles take on the Patriots on Sunday evening. For those unable to find a ticket or find value in saving this money for say...a down payment (wink wink) Philly is definitely the next best place to be! There are a variety of ways to support the team leading up to the game as well as endless places to go out and watch the game on Sunday night. Head to Twitter & search #EaglesDeals to see who are offering specials during the game, which bars are hosting all-inclusive viewing parties & where

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You've got the final night of CCD Restaurant Week, the Philly Auto Show & early celebrations for Chinese New Year at Penn Museum plus a few other events however a pretty quiet weekend for Philadelphia (although much needed after last Sunday night). 

So with the beautiful weather teasing us for a day or so, plus a weekend of waiting for the following weekend - it looks as though you're schedule is free to come see us at any of our 11 open houses scheduled! And of course...we know #11 is lucky so you never know, you may find THE HOME this weekend! 


2236 Wilder Street: Saturday 10am - 2pm & Sunday 12pm - 2pm • 3 Bed/3Bath/New Construction


1903 E Cumberland Street: Saturday 12p - 2pm

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At the close of 2017, Philadelphia Magazine came out with their top 50 restaurants in Philadelphia and Hungry Pigeon topped the list at #1.

Photo Courtesy of Menus & Maps, local food and travel blogger featuring the brunch pastry bar (also offered on weekdays) at Hungry Pigeon


Never been to Hungry Pigeon, there’s no excuse since this top restaurant is virtually open all day long. Week days starting at 7am with breakfast until 11am, then a lunch menu until 2:30pm, followed by “after school” fare and finishing out with dinner beginning at 5pm daily.

Photo of Beer Love, local bottle shop with over 500 varieties, plus 8 taps for brews by the glass


What’s great about a restaurant open at all hours of the day? The neighbors are

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