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Welcome to Pipers Glen, West Mount Airy's newest and largest residential townhouse and condominium project to date.

Welcome to Pipers Glen, West Mount Airy’s newest and largest residential townhouse and condominium project to date. Town homes starting at $450,000 2700sqft

 

Designated parking of street parking.

Designated parking off street parking.

Products such as “green roofs,” rainwater recycling- systems and high- efficiency appliances allow for a complex that is less invasive to the environment, while providing lasting efficiency for the City as well as the Homeowners.

Green Roof Deck,rainwater recycling- systems and high- efficiency appliances allow for a complex that is less invasive to the environment, while providing lasting efficiency for the City as well as the Homeowners.

There is a fully finished basement with a half bath and the laundry room.

There is a fully finished basement with a half bath and the laundry room.

 Enter to the first floor to find hardwood floors, quartz countertops and tiled backsplash in the custom kitchen with spacious living and dining areas and large windows.

Enter to the first floor to find hardwood floors, quartz counter tops and tiled back splash in the custom kitchen with spacious living and dining areas and large windows.

Second floor has two private bedrooms with a shared bath.

Second floor has two private bedrooms with a shared bath.

Third floor is the master suite with gracious master bath, walk-in closet, an additional study and the entrance to the gorgeous roof deck.

Third floor is the master suite with gracious master bath, walk-in closet, an additional study and the entrance to the gorgeous roof deck.

Town Home 1 Floor Plan

Town Home 1 Floor Plan

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Second_Floor plan

Townhome1_ Third_Floor plan

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Third_Floor plan

Townhome1_ Roof Deck

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Roof Deck


A Collective Moment of Opening Day Zen

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Let’s all have a collective moment of Opening Day Zen as we wish the Phillies a stellar season. With a less than impressive standing last year (73-89, landing them in 5th place in NL East), the loss of a few familiar faces, and recent sharp comments from the likes of Hamels and J-Roll, we need to get our head back in the game. Today the Phillies are back at Citizens Bank Park to face off with the Red Sox for the home opener. We at M2P are all staying positive and believing that here in Philly, anything can happen… even World Series wins.

To kick things off, those outside at 2:13 p.m. can line up on 10th Street and cheer on our boys as they make their “Leadoff Walk” into the park. Pre-game anthems to be sung the Philadelphia Boys Choir and Men’s Chorale, as reps from all of the Armed Forces unfurl an enormous American flag. Hamels is expected to start, so for the time being we’ll forgive him for the less-than-positive remarks and for those annoying Red Sox rumors. Get tickets here

Let’s Go, Phillies!

 

 


$11M Donation Will Give 5 Philly Parks Major Facelift

$11M will be donated by The William Penn Foundation and The Knight Foundation in order to breathe life into 5 of Philadelphia’s public parks. According to PhillyMag.com, the money will be divided by the Fairmount Park Conservancy to fund the following projects:

 


Local Artist Shelley Spector Unveils New Exhibit at Philadelphia Museum of Art

Philadelphia University of the Arts graduate Shelley Spector has a knack for taking things apart- furniture, clothing and vintage textiles to name a few- and beautifully reconstructing them into pieces of art. Spector infamously merges broken parts of many different mediums and merges them together into one cohesive object. Often keeping the concept of common household items like pencils, rows of magazine spines, and picture frames in mind, she coins her creations “could-be relics.”

This past Saturday, Philadelphia Museum of Art debuted a new exhibit by Spector titled Shelley Spector: Keep the Home Fires Burning; a new collection made up of recycled and scavenged materials. The sculptures, both suspended and free-standing, are displayed in the Joan Spain Gallery in the Perelman Building, and marks the first solo gallery by Spector. The exhibit will remain on display until September 27th.

More information here.