By: Michael Wechsler
There’s more to a home than a house! Every day, I scour the web to find you the stories that showcase lifestyle in Philadelphia. The day after that, I’ll give you the chance to see what you missed. Here’s your roundup for yesterday:
The rolled ice cream fad may be getting over-saturated, but that won’t stop NY’s original purveyor from opening on Chestnut St. next week.
East Fall’s newest coffee shop is also its newest Florist.
The celeb chef who lent his name to Brewerytown’s Flying Fish Crafthouse has cut ties.
LISTED: Here are my top 3 picks to appear on the market yesterday.
Chase Utley’s Ayer penthouse has spent a lot of time on the market, but it’s still a fantastic sight when it reappears for sale.
Society Hill is lucky to have this grand old home with modern sensibilities.
I can’t help but love the light & airy interior of this condo in a converted Rittenhouse manor.
*Listings are publicly available information taken from the centralized TREND multiple listing service. At Home Philly does not represent or claim to represent these listings
Billy Penn is taking a look at the future for the controversial 4601 Market after it’s proposed use as Police HQ was suddenly reversed this year.
PlanPhilly has the scoop on the Zoo’s ambitious expansion of its food and events business.
*Today’s featured photo: The romantic 18th century garden in Independence National Park