Archive for August, 2011

Friday, August 26th, 2011

Superfresh in Northern Liberties is Now Open!

superfresh“This will be an anchor for the neighborhood,” Bart Blatstein announced this morning at the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new Superfresh at the Shops at Schmidts in Northern Liberties. “A neighborhood is not complete without a supermarket.”

The 51,000 square foot market on the second level at 180 West Girard Avenue opened in full force this morning with welcoming staff sourced from the neighborhood, Mayor Nutter, and Bart Blatstein. And of course, long-waiting customers who were excited to finally have access to fresh produce, a vast selection of items, and a pharmacy.

Get on over there and fill up a cart! We are so proud to welcome Superfresh to the neighborhood as one of the many conveniences and highlights of living in Northern Liberties.

Originally posted on The Philadelphia Real Estate Blog

lil211

 
Friday, August 26th, 2011

3 Bedroom West Mayfair Home for Sale!

6935 E Roosevelt Blvd, Philadelphia, PA 19149

$129,000

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roosMove right in to this beautiful West Mayfair Air Lite! First floor features spacius Living Room, formal Dining Room with wall to wall carpets, and Eat In Kitchen with gas range and garbage disposal. Second floor has three Bedrooms with ceiling fans and ceramic hall bath. Full finished basement with powder room and seperate laundry area.

Other features include:

  • Central Air
  • 1 Car Garage
  • 1 Year Home Warranty Included

For more information contact Steve Capriotti at 215-651-0702 or s.capriotti@verizon.net

lil210

 
Tuesday, August 23rd, 2011

Elaine Kasavage Interview on Real Estate Radio-Philadelphia

One of our realtors at RE/MAX ACCESS, Elaine Kasavage,  was interviewed on “Real Estate Radio – Philadelphia” 1180AM WFYL, on Saturday 8/13 with host Doug Andraka.

lil29

 
Wednesday, August 17th, 2011

Phillies Unveil New Harry Kalas Memorial Statue At Citizens Bank Park at Last Nights Game

297700_529266814436_153500633_30797097_3389945_nDuring a pre-game ceremony,  The Philadelphia Phillies officially unveiled the new 7.5-foot bronze memorial statue of the Hall of Fame broadcaster, Harry Kalas.

Kalas, who passed away in 2009, was part of the Phillies’ broadcast team for an incredible 38 years. The concept of the statue was presented this spring to the Phillies as a gift from Dear Harry, Inc., a fan-based group organized solely to create a statue dedicated to the memory of Mr. Kalas.

Special guests included members of the Kalas family as well as more than two dozen Phillies alumni.

As Lawrence J. Nowlan, the statue’s sculptor, said, “Harry gave all he had to the fans here in Philadelphia. For 38 years he treated us with nothing but love and respect. Being able to play a small part in cementing his legacy in our city and beyond has been a dream come true.”

The statue is permanently located on the ballpark’s Main Concourse behind Section 141, down the left field line, near Harry the K’s Restaurant.

lil28

 
Wednesday, August 17th, 2011

Excavating Ground Zero: Fragments From 9/11, A Special Memorial Display Opening at The Penn Museum Saturday, August 20

excavating-ground-zero-240uwIn the weeks, months, and years following the events of September 11, 2001, archaeologists and physical anthropologists excavated the site of the World Trade Center in New York City.

Penn Museum’s special display features 15 poignant objects recovered at the site of Ground Zero, including eyeglasses, a computer keyboard, glass from the Twin Towers, and visitor badges.

Visitors can observe a Twin Towers memorial sculpture and image projections from the day of the attacks. A focal point of the display is a wall where visitors can share memories of September 11.

The display invites guests to remember where they were that morning as they view recovered fragments from Ground Zero. The display was organized in conjunction with The National September 11 Memorial Museum.

Excavating Ground Zero: Fragments from 9/11
When: August 20-November 6
Where: Penn Museum, 3260 South Street
Cost: $10 adults; $7 senior citizens (65+); $6 students and children; free for children under 6 and PennCard holders
More info: www.penn.museum

lil27

 
Wednesday, August 17th, 2011

FREE Event @ The Piazza: BATTLE OF THE CANVAS 2011

252547_203328159710958_183311135045994_559946_5258495_nBattle of the Canvas® is a live painting competition that encourages the involvement of emerging and professional visual artists to paint under a theme that will promote  social change through artistic images . The theme this year is “The Philly Experience: What’s Your Imprint? ”

The event kicks off at noon at the Piazza at Schmidts and will feature more than a dozen local artists, performers, DJs and dancers, tons of creative vendors, plus a Kids Corner with  individual and group projects, Magic show, face painting and clay project presented by The Clay Studio.

Battle of the Canvas
When: Saturday, August 27, Noon-10 p.m.
Where: Piazza at Schmidts, 2nd and Germantown Ave.
Cost: Free
More info: www.facebook.com/BattleoftheCanvas

 

 

 

lil26

 
Saturday, August 6th, 2011

Open Houses this Weekend: Northern Liberties, Bustleton

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Friday, August 5th, 2011

Own your Private & Secure Parking Space in Philadelphia’s First Parking Condominium

parkoWe all know how valuable a parking space is. You don’t want to risk getting a ticket or leaving your car somewhere for a long period of time. So how do you achieve Parking Peace of Mind?

Your own 24-7-365 parking spot in Old City is waiting. Never worry about your car’s safety again at the Old City Parkominium at 231-235 N 2nd St. Your car will love you for this.

– Use it yourself if you live or work nearby.

– Sell it to someone who does.

– Build equity.

– Zero maintenance.

Condo Fee only $85/month. Taxes $93/year. Financing Available. Covered space: $45,500. Rooftop parking: $23,500.

Contact Robert Wombwell at rdwremax@gmail.com or 215-839-9404 for more info

lil24

 
Friday, August 5th, 2011

3 Bedroom Bi-Level Condo with Private Entry in Old City, Philadelphia For Rent/For Sale

309 N 3rd Street Unit A

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alenaAn incredible value for the square footage of this outstanding state of the art 2,100sq/ft 3 bedroom, 2 bath bi-level condo with private entry located in Old City.

Large inviting layout with extraordinary architectural detailing. This condo is perfect for the work and live at home arrangement.  Enter into an inviting gallery style entrance with lots of natural light. This area is great to showcase and display work. Standing in this area allows you to look over the main living space found on the lower level. Space maximizing spiral staircase takes you downstairs. Live, entertain, relax, or meeting with clients in this truly amazing condo. 

Features:

  • Brazilian Cherry Hardwood, Marble Baths, Granite and Gourmet Appliances
  • Ideal location for the commuter with access to major highways (95, 676, and 76)
  • Off street parking available
  • Parking options within 1/2 block, and private parking space negotiable

 

Contact Alena Herghelegiu for more information or to schedule a viewing at 215-669-7658 or alenasells@gmail.com

lil23

 
Thursday, August 4th, 2011

Concilio and Hyperion Bank Sponsoring an American Red Cross Blood Drive, Tuesday August 23, 1-7PM

2710369427_f955f3841bConcilio (Phila Council of Spanish-speaking Orgs) and Hyperion Bank are sponsoring an American Red Cross Blood Drive Tuesday August 23, 1-7PM, at the offices of Concilio, 705-09 N. Franklin St. (Franklin runs parallel to, and between 7th and 8th; 705-09 is just above Fairmount).
 
Walk-ins are welcome, but you also can schedule an appointment online at the Red Cross Blood Donation web site (enter sponsor code 14451).
 
All donors will receive a coupon from Edible Arrangements for a free box of chocolate-dipped fruit, and be automatically entered in a drawing for a $250 gift card.
 
Questions/More Info: Suzanne Mooney, Hyperion Bank,215-789-4198; Joanna Otero-Cruz, Concilio, 215-627-3100 at Concilio.

[via NLNA]
[photo via everydaydelights]

lil22