On the market for $184,900, this Lower Moyamensing home has some fun elements, including a pretty boldly painted teal wall in the living room.
That’s what Redfin seems to think. A list released by the real estate website predicted the top 10 hottest neighborhoods in the country, including South Philly’s own Dickinson Narrows.
More frequently called Dickinson Square West, named after Dickinson Square Park at 4th and Tasker, the area is the small gap between Passyunk and Pennsport, which is the strip of blocks between 4th, 6th, Washington and Mifflin. According to Redfin, it’s the most affordable and up-and-coming section of the city.
Now there’s a new potential mixed-use development worth talking about. At last night’s South of South Neighborhood Association zoning meeting, the architecture firm Harman Deutsch presented plans for a 5-story mixed-use building that would encompass 113 residential units, in addition to commercial space on the first floor of the building, in the large vacant lot at 2401 Washington Ave.
UPDATE: Hip & Thrifty is considering relocating in the future, though the shop has not found a suitable location yet.
It looks like another shop is closing on E. Passyunk Ave.
Back in September, we reported that construction would soon begin on the hole in the ground at 12th and Morris for a building that originally was meant to house a new restaurant for chef Chris Scarduzio, who has since backed out of the project.
After a few months of nothing but a hole in the spot where Artisan Boulanger once stood, developer Stephen Olitsky tells us that construction could now begin as soon as February.
A new takeout restaurant could be coming to 700 Moore St.
A permit has appeared on the former location of Good Fortune Restaurant at 7th & Moore.
A Man’s Image is looking to close its large storefront at 1709 E. Passyunk Ave.
The menswear store, an East Passyunk Ave. staple since 1980, is looking to downsize now that owner Abe Mandel is 74 years old and ready to pass on the business.
The long-vacant former paper distribution factory in the giant warehouse at 1910 Christopher Columbus Blvd. could soon be getting a new purpose as a storage facility.
According to this permit, a moving and storage facility, registered to a known developer of public storage spaces and RV parks, could soon be coming to this space.
Clearly we all know that the avenue is the go-to place for good food in the city.
We’ve dominated citywide restaurant rankings, like this one from Philly Mag, and have plenty to offer with a variety of cuisines. So forget about Center City’s Restaurant Week and prepare yourself for the upcoming East Passyunk Restaurant Week, running from Feb. 22 through Feb. 28.
With 1,176 sq. ft., including a pretty large backyard space, this home has plenty of space and charming details.