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Passyunk Square

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Imagine waking up on a gorgeous weekend morning in your sumptuous master suite, stretching your arms, and trying to decide what you feel like cooking for breakfast. You grab a shower in the ensuite bathroom and then head to the walk-in closet where you ponder what to wear.


After getting yourself put together, you head to the gourmet kitchen, which features stainless steel appliances and a large center island, where you use the fresh produce you got from Sprouts (which is right around the corner!) to whip up a Spanish omelet, which you enjoy while taking in the panoramic views of the city from your roofdeck.

 Three bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, a finished basement and several outdoor spaces provide you with plenty of room for relaxation.


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Finding a new construction home in which you can modify to your specifications plus the home being on a quiet street in the city is something most only dream about, but at Passyunk Point, this is a reality! The owner is selling these seven townhomes "as is" resulting in a  unique opportunity to purchase new construction and complete to your specifications! Did we mention two of the seven offer attached garages and all of them have outdoor space to entertain or relax!

Since these are being offered as is, you can purchase with cash, or use renovation financing to complete the purchase and finish to your taste & style.

In various stages of completion, Unit A just needs final touches, and other units are framed out. Unit D has flooring and drywall

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You'll fall in love with this centrally located Passyunk Square gem, fresh off a complete interior renovation!

Just two blocks off the Broad Street line and steps to South Philly's best, this residence gleams with lovingly refinished and stained hardwood floors, new recessed lighting and lighting fixtures, new electrical fixtures, central air, and freshly primed and painted walls, ceilings, trim, and woodwork throughout.

Enter into the open living and dining space and admire the immense front window, letting in abundant natural light to showcase the striking wrought iron and wood staircase.

Just beyond, the eat-in kitchen impresses with new quartz countertops, energy efficient stainless steel appliances, 24x12 porcelain tile floor,

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Off with their heads—then on with the show! Bring a Super Soaker and join in the storming of the Bastille on Saturday at Eastern State Penitentiary's annual Bastille Day Celebration.

July is almost half over, but that leaves plenty of time for you to check out some really hot - er, cool - events taking place this month. Mark your calendars for these great things to do in Philadelphia the rest of this month:

Let them eat Tastykake! July 14 falls on a workday, so the Revolution (the French one, that is) is being moved ahead a few days. Eastern State Penitentiary once again plays the role of the Bastille for the 21st annual edition of the most riotous Bastille Day celebration outside France itself. Heads will roll, there will be singing and dancing,

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P'unk BurgerBetter burgers with help from the neighbors: P'unk Burger kicks South Philly burger culture up several notches by keeping it local.

It's been eight years since Marlo and Jason Dilks took pizza in Philadelphia to places it had never been before with SLiCE, their affordable gourmet pizzeria at 10th and Federal streets, just west of the Italian Market in Passyunk Square.

As their pizza continued to gather accolades and fans, the Dilkses had an epiphany: What they did for pizza, they could do for burgers too. And they could bolster the South Philly economy while doing it.

The result is P'unk Burger, nestled between East Passyunk Avenue's two restaurant clusters on the 1800 block—just down the street from Marra's and Stogie Joe's and just up from Le

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Here is a quick list of the 23 open houses featured this weekend in 19147.  
This list of open houses for this weekend includes the neighborhoods of:

  • Queen Village
  • Bella Vista
  • Hawthorne
  • Passyunk Square
  • Dickinson Narrows

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!

19147 729 S 12th St 200 $239,500 1 1/0
19147 729 S 12th St 101 $249,500 1 1/0
19147 1002 S 11th St 101 $414,900 2 2/0
19147 924 S 11th St 301 $419,900 2 2/0
19147 924 S 11th St 101 $429,900 2 2/0
19147 1002 S 11th St
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Rothman Ice Rink at Dilworth ParkFrom Rothman Ice Rink at Dilworth Park in winter...
Spruce Street Harbor Spruce Street Harbor Park in summer, Philly's outdoor attractions offer year-round pleasure for residents and visitors alike. Combine them with great shopping and an exciting food scene and you have one great destination - in fact, one that The New York Times named one of 52 must-visit places worldwide this year. 

"...diverse, fascinating, and all too often, entirely overlooked."

That's how Thrillist described Philly's food scene when it ranked the city ninth in its list of "The 40 Biggest U.S. Cities, Ranked By Their Food."

You could say the same for the city's shopping, entertainment and outdoor attractions. But not any more, for this year, everyone's giving Philadelphia a second look—and

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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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Campbell Soup Company picks the developer everyone expected it would to develop its previously announced Gateway District in Camden; GroJLart chronicles the history of an Art Deco landmark in University City that's seen more than its share of changes over the years; that long-vacant lot across from Pat's King of Steaks on 9th Street may finally get put to good use; and Philadelphia turns out to be a pretty hazardous place, but nowhere near as hazardous as St. Louis:

Brandywine Realty Trust picked to develop 13 acres in Camden for Campbell Soup Co. (Philadelphia Business Journal)
Art Deco and Academic Reuse in University City (Hidden City Daily) 
Developers present preliminary plans for long-vacant lot next to Pat's King of Steaks (Passyunk Post)
On the

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East Kensington will lose a community gathering spot and gain more homes as the "Fairgrounds" are sold; Famously integrated Mt. Airy finds it must work hard to stay that way, the director of its CDC says; Streets Dept's Conrad Benner gives us an inside look at what was Bok Technical High School, soon to become the city's biggest coworking space, with fantastic rooftop views; and Next City Network introduces us to Ariel Ben-Amos, a Philly planner who's in love with his hometown:

In East Kensington, Housing Development to Replace Little Berlin's "Fairgrounds" (Hidden City Daily)
Philly Neighborhood Focuses on Schools as Key to Diversity (Next City)
Rooftop Views from Shuttered Bok High School Are Glorious (Curbed Philly) 
An Urban Planner's Love Story (Next City) 

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