Not only does this 2,556 sq. ft., 4 bedroom and 3.5 bath home have plenty of space, including a backyard, but it also has an abundance of charming details–ranging from stained glass windows to a parlor room.
The new group will follow the model of a number of other friends groups that have rallied around South Philly’s resource-starved public schools, including the active Friends of Andrew Jackson Elementary.
The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society is hosting not one, but three pop-up gardens this summer and two of those just so happen to be around South Philly.
Last year’s pop-up garden at 1438-46 South St. is returning again this year and a new pop-up garden is coming to 9th and Wharton. These two gardens are both expected to be open before the end of the weekend.
We’re all pretty well aware of the trash problem in our city by now. While it’s certainly not a problem that can be fixed overnight, these new pedal-operated trash cans that will be coming to the city over the next few years may encourage more people to dispose of their garbage without getting their hands dirty.
The first trash can of this kind in our city was installed recently at Dickinson Street and Point Breeze Avenue.
Philly Beer Week is back again for it’s 8th year with plenty of beery celebrations throughout the city.
For South Philadelphians, there are plenty of events happening throughout Beer Week, which runs from May 29 through June 7.
With so many great restaurants, retail and activities surrounding East Passyunk Crossing, it’s no wonder that the prices of housing in the neighborhood have been continuously growing based on the demand for such a hot-spot location.
The neighborhood, which spans from Broad to 6th and Tasker to Snyder, has seen skyrocketing prices based on the growing demand to live in an area with so much to offer, according the The Inquirer.
Looking for some free Friday night fun this summer for the whole family?
Hawthorne Park at 12th and Catharine is hosting Family Movie Nights again on the last Friday night of the month from May through August.
Bing Bing Dim Sum opened earlier this year with much buzz surrounding the spot. Thanks to the fun atmosphere and their modern take on traditional Asian cuisine, the spot recently earned a two-bell review from Craig LaBan.
This home has plenty of space with 2,400 sq. ft. and is currently on the market for $575,000.