Monthly Archives: February 2015
Bi-Level Condo with Floor-to-Ceiling Windows & Skyline View $399K


In the anticipated Maxfield Tower Building, you’ll find this gorgeous 1,600 sqft. bi-level 3 bed/3 bath condo with dark walnut oak floors throughout. Floor-to-ceiling windows with impressive skyline views, and a second floor dedicated to the master suite gives the impression of grand living… with a price tag under $400K. This condo is filled with luxurious details-  in the kitchen you’ll find quartz counter tops and soft-close drawers, and the bathrooms are donned with features like carrera marble tile and walk-in glass enclosed shower with bench.

See full listing here.

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Completely Renovated 3 Bedroom Townhouse with Exposed Brick $220K

ISxn476h46mjbd1000000000This stellar townhouse in the Point Breeze neighborhood of Philadelphia has got it goin’ on. Completely renovated from top to bottom, this 3 bedroom, 2 bath boasts almost 1,400 square feet of exposed brick brilliance. A wide open floor plan on the first floor, separate entry bonus room, full dry basement, patio and large back yard are just some of the great features of this pad; that is conveniently located within walking distance to public transit, shops, and restaurants.

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Old A.F. Bornot Dye Works Building Getting a Facelift

Bornot Dye plantWe just love to see life breathed back into old vacant buildings here in Philly. There’s something to be said about recognizing the potential of a building with really great bones, and even more to say about taking that recognition and turning it into action. That’s why we’re excited to hear that the Bornot Dye Works building (17th & Fairmount) is getting a much-needed second chance at the hands of MM Partners. Historically, MM Partners typically sticks close to their Brewerytown roots, but we’re so glad they’ve ventured north of Logan Square and given this diamond in the rough a shot.

Back in the eve of the 20th century, the building plans, designed by architect Werner Trumbower, were noted in the 1919 edition of Cleaning and Dyeing World, a publication on the Who’s Who of the dye world.

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The folks at MM Partners have big plans for this space that will bring even better things to the already great Spring Garden neighborhood, largely populated by more recent arrivals to the city who sought out reasonably priced roomy homes. The 75,000 sqft warehouse will be converted into both a retail and commercial space (some highlights expected include a bank branch, yoga studio, and coffee shop), as well as 18 residential apartments with 2 high-end lofts. Work has already begun on the massive project and is expected to wrap up late summer/early fall 2015.

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Contemporary Townhouse in Sought-After East Falls Neighborhood

3318 ConradConrad Place is a collection of nine modern townhouses designed by Architect Harman Deutsch, nestled in the East Falls region of Philadelphia. East Falls runs along a stretch of Ridge Avenue, nestled in the banks of the Schuylkill River. These bright, airy open-concept homes feature 2,350 sqft, 3 bedrooms and 3.5 baths, stainless steel appliances and hotel style bathrooms- complete with carrara marble top double vanity. Head on up to the rooftop deck for awesome views of the Philadelphia skyline.


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Walk to the train station and take a quick 8 minute ride right into Center City, or hop on your bike and cruise the walking/jogging/biking path along Kelly Drive for scenery like this:


It’s no wonder why East Falls is considered the new hot spot for life just outside the city.

Full listing here.