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Roxborough/Manayunk: Shifting Demographic Impacts Housing Market

Roxborough/Manayunk: Shifting Demographic Impacts Housing Market

Manayunk and Roxborough are changing as their populations continue to get younger. Both sections of the city have proved to be destinations for young people to live after they finish school, and more of them are choosing to buy homes in the area. As recently as 2016, the median age of residents in the Manayunk […]

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Brewerytown: Residents Adapting Alongside New Developments, Businesses

Brewerytown: Residents Adapting Alongside New Developments, Businesses

Brewerytown is an attractive neighborhood to people looking for the cool, new hot spot to live. Its accessibility by public transportation and its proximity to Center City and Fairmount Park have made it an enticing area for developers and new residents. It’s no question that Brewerytown has seen changes in recent years. New apartment buildings […]

 

Brewerytown: Local Business Owner Embraces Changing Landscape

Brewerytown: Local Business Owner Embraces Changing Landscape

Max Ochester, owner of Brewerytown Beats at 27th Street and Girard Avenue, moved to Brewerytown in 2010, a few years before it became the “up-and-coming” neighborhood that it is now. In late 2014, Ochester’s developer friends bought a property in Brewerytown and asked if he would like to open a small business in the location. He […]

 

Port Richmond: This Week In The News – Mapping Progress And A Car Theft Suspect Identified

Port Richmond: This Week In The News – Mapping Progress And A Car Theft Suspect Identified

In case you missed it, we found a few places where people were talking about things happening in Port Richmond: Mapping Progress in 55 Philadelphia Neighborhoods– Tom Ferrick took factors like crime, household income, population, poverty and home prices into account when creating a new data analysis of each neighborhood in the city to see […]

 

Port Richmond: This Week In The News — New Executive Director At Beat The Streets, The Next Hot Neighborhoods in Philly And Lost Dogs

Port Richmond: This Week In The News — New Executive Director At Beat The Streets, The Next Hot Neighborhoods in Philly And Lost Dogs

In case you missed it, we found a few places where people are talking about things happening in Port Richmond: Familiar Face Heading Philadelphia’s Largest Wrestling Organization – Longtime Rizzo PAL athlete James Mangan has been named executive director of Beat the Streets, the largest youth wrestling organization in Philadelphia. (via Star News) Philly’s Next […]

 

Point Breeze: This Week In The News – Lost Snake Found, Spring Real Estate Booming

Point Breeze: This Week In The News – Lost Snake Found, Spring Real Estate Booming

In case you missed it, we found a few places where people were talking about things happening in Point Breeze: Owner Reunites With Lost 7-Foot-Long Snake – A rogue Burmese python was found and returned to its owner on Wednesday, July 5. (via CBS Philly) Philly’s white-hot spring real estate market by the numbers: The best […]

 

Hunting Park: Bodegas and Bodyshops Revive The Economy of North 5th Street

Hunting Park: Bodegas and Bodyshops Revive The Economy of North 5th Street

Specks of sawdust shimmered in the sunlight as the shrill of power tools echoed throughout the skeleton of a body shop. The sight is no longer uncommon along the 5th Street Corridor of North Philadelphia, between Luzerne and Wyoming streets, but rather serves as evidence to the recent economic influx of Hunting Park. “I’ve been […]

 

Callowhill: Post-Industrial Area Continues to Evolve

Callowhill: Post-Industrial Area Continues to Evolve

Past: Sewing Industry Centralized in Callowhill “The sewing industry was very prominent in the Callowhill neighborhood before the early 1990s,” said Bob Weinstein (right). Weinstein’s father bought the building at 1025 Cherry St. for a commercial sewing machine business in 1951 and Bob Weinstein has been working in the area since 1961. In 1992, Weinstein […]

 

Point Breeze: Block Location, Location and Food

Point Breeze: Block Location, Location and Food

Old establishments meet new residential renovations here on the 1100 block of South 15th Street. On the northwest corner, a family deli called Melino’s has been serving up hoagies for generations. “My grandfather started the business in the 1900’s,” said owner Mark Melino. “My Dad worked here, I worked here and my son worked here. We […]

 By Kayla Devon and Liz Steinmetz

Parkwood: Real Estate Sales Looking Up

Parkwood: Real Estate Sales Looking Up

Real estate sales are up in the Parkwood section of Northeast Philadelphia and according to Keller Williams Real Estate agent Joe “Big Joe” McCarthy, it’s the perfect time for first-time buyers. “Interest rates are still low and people are moving continually for a variety of reasons,” he said. “This is a good year for sellers compared […]

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