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Rittenhouse Square – Philadelphia Real Estate & Homes For Sale
1916 Rodman Street Unit#B, Philadelphia, PA, 19146

1916 Rodman Street Unit#B, Philadelphia, PA, 19146

Newly renovated, 2 bedroom, 1 bath, 1-story walk-up. Living/dining room vaulted ceiling and hardwood floors. Newer kitchen with stainless steel appliances. Full-size Wash/dryer on main floor of unit. 2 spacious bedrooms with hardwood floors on great low traffic street. Large roof deck just off dining/living area. Unit includes 1 PARKING space in front of the […]

Sneak Preview Of New Cigar Bar In Rittenhouse

Rittenhouse Is Smokin’ With Cigar Bars It seems like not everyone is in favor of the smoking ban. In just the past few months 2 upscale Cigar Bars opened their doors in what is said to be the most prime store front real estate in Philadelphia. Club Adesso Cigar Bar Lounge opened in June on […]

Bart Blatstein Purchases Famed Rittenhouse Square Mansion

Bart Blatstein Purchases Famed Rittenhouse Square Mansion Just as the Philadelphia Real Estate market is kicking into high gear, Philly.com is reporting that Developer Bart Blatstein purchased the famed McIlhenny mansion, located at 1914-16 Rittenhouse Square, for $4,200,000 from drug heir Henry McNeil . Henry Plumer McIlhenny, was an American collector of art and antiques, […]

Philadelphia Forum Theater Closes it’s Doors

Philadelphia Forum Finally Shuts Down Philadelphia Forum Theater Closes it’s Doors. This is one of the last old-time peep show theaters left in Center City Philadelphia. It was truly an eyesore, especially for the residence of the Murano, which sits right across the street from the Forum Theater. The owner Anthony Trombetta, nor his attorney […]

Philadelphia Open Air

Philadelphia Open Air PHILADELPHIA – A new interactive artwork opening in Philadelphia will make light of your words, but it’s probably not what you think. Montreal-based artist Rafael Lozano-Hemmer is preparing to flip the switch on “Open Air,” an interactive work that will translate voice messages into moving beams of light over a tree-lined parkway […]

New Casino On Horizon for Philadelphia

New Casino on North Broad Street??? Philadelphia developer Bart Blatstein wants to build a casino, entertainment and retail complex on the property he now owns along Callowhill Street between Broad and 17th and turn the iconic Inquirer/Daily News building into a hotel. Stretching over three blocks, the development will be anchored by the only downtown […]

Philadelphia Skyscraper Slump Finally Over !

2116 Chestnut Street A 34-story residential and retail project is on track to break Philadelphia’s long drought of high-rise development. Chicago-based John Buck Co. reached a milestone when it closed on the acquisition of a union-owned facility in the Center City district. Scheduled for completion in the second quarter of 2013, the $104 million project […]

Brick American Eatery… The Newest Addition to the Rittenhouse Restaurant Renaissance

Owners The former Fish at 1708 Lombard Street has reopened as Brick American Eatery. Jolly Weldon & Jason Didominico are behind the new spot with consulting help from Fish’s Mike Stollenwerk. Stollenwerk was initially going to have a more active role in the project but he is focusing on the new Fish at 13th and Locust.  Food Stopped […]