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What's Happening in:  East Passyunk Crossing 

SoPhilly Spotlight: Best. Neighborhood. Ever edition

For this week’s SoPhilly Spotlight, we bring you a charming, rehabbed home in the heart of all that Passyunk Avenue has to offer.

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It’s in the Best. Location. Ever – tucked away on a quiet, tree-lined block — in the Best. Neighborhood. Ever – with more than 30 places to eat and drink within a three-block radius.

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This 2-bedroom, 1 bath (with an extra toilet and sink in the basement) home at 1821 S. Camac St. has about 1,100 square feet in a renovation that preserves gorgeous historical details like crown molding and wide-plank oak floors. The Berkshire Hathaway Home Services listing is going for $299,000. 

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What's Happening in:  East Passyunk Crossing 

Garbage truck sprays hydraulic fluids on 3 houses

Last week a garbage truck left a part of one South Philly street an out-of-the-ordinary, sticky mess.

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While picking up trash at the end of February on the 1800 block of Camac St., a garbage truck began spewing hydraulic fluids, leaving an oily mess behind for cleanup at a few houses. Despite being caused by a city-owned truck, clean-up is being put in the hands of the neighbors.

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What's Happening in:  Dickinson Square West :  Pennsport 

400 block of Reed Street discovered to be wood-paved

If you’re walking or driving past the soon-to-be-demolished Mt. Sinai, you might notice some wood blocks on the streets.

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Photo from Dickinson Square West Civic Association.

While working on repaving the 400 block of Reed Street, wood blocks that could be original to the street were discovered.

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What's Happening in:  East Passyunk Crossing 

Price of 7 houses at 1840 S. Camac St. spiked about $100k in the last year – and they’re not even built yet

A seven-home development called Passyunk Point, which is replacing the demolished Mancini catering hall at 1840 S. Camac St., has gone on the market with pre-construction prices of $459,000 to $525,000.

Back in July 2013, here’s what we reported when developer Steven Savitz proposed the project to the East Passyunk Crossing Civic Association’s zoning committee:

Prices for the new houses haven’t been set yet, but Savitz predicted the range to be $325,000-$475,000.

Not too shabby, huh? In the meantime, we were able to get a hold of some renderings of the project.

This is the view from Iseminger Street.

This is the view from Iseminger Street. Renderings provided by listing agent Mike McCann.

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