In Loft District


Ahh, (almost) spring: that glorious time of year when the days get longer, the birds begin to sing again, and the Phillies once more give us renewed hope. So, it is only fitting that we find ourselves at the aptly named 1314 Spring Garden St., which provides the same vibes

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Callowhill Street provides a uniquely diverse range of experiences as you travel from Front to Broad Street. It starts as a two-lane, two-way street which provides access to both Delaware Ave. and Center City. Heading west, it takes you under a tangle of overpasses for I-95 and then turns into

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After checking out all of the construction progress in the Eraserhood the other day, we stopped by the Rail Park to take in the lovely fall foliage. When making our way toward the exit along Noble St., we were met with an image we hadn't seen before: a new apartment

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Woo boy, the only thing hotter than the Sixers and Tyrese Maxey might be the corner of 13th & Buttonwood in the Eraserhood/Loft District. Tucked away just off the major intersection of N. Broad & Spring Garden, this intersection is becoming a development hotbed in its own right. With additions,

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It's quite frankly amazing how certain areas of the city have changed, even over just the last few years. To wit, we were waxing philosophical about 800 Callowhill St., where there were plans for 40 units to rise on this former warehouse/hip-hop club (named Suite 32/38), that has since been

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No matter what you call it, the Greater Eraserhood neighborhood is one of our favorites in the city. Despite its remarkably central location, the area straddling Spring Garden St. - roughly from Broad St. to the west and 9th St. to the east - can feel like its own hidden

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If you're not overly familiar with the corner of 9th & Buttonwood, we certainly understand. This corner sits in something of a no-man's land, with the structures at 901 Buttonwood St. not exactly giving an architectural reason to journey to this locale. These buildings have also been severely altered since

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We visit the Rail Park fairly regularly, but every time we do, we find ourselves wishing we came around even more often. This raised public space, elegantly designed by Studio|BryanHanes, is approaching its five-year anniversary, and its landscaping looks as lush as ever as it cascades over the angular, Corten

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If we've said it once, we've said it approximately 5,758 times, but surface parking lots are just not our thing. When said lot is both in a central location AND immediately adjacent to a transit line, we can feel our blood pressure rise, as this is just about the lowest

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While making our way around the city, it is rare when we catch a glimpse of a construction site that isn't on our radar. So, color us surprised as we made our way east on Spring Garden Street the other day, only to see a prominent tower peeking up behind

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