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5 of the Best Cultural Experiences in Philadelphia

If you’re a history buff, you’re bound to fall in love with the City of Brotherly Love! The city is steeped in American history, with a large number of museums, monuments and sites that you’ll have to see when you visit. We at Renaissance Properties know how rich the culture is in Philadelphia, so we’ve rounded up five of the best cultural experiences you …

3 Unique Restaurants You Can Only Find in Philly

At Renaissance Properties Group, we know that the heart and soul of Philadelphia lies in the innovativeness of the men and women who live here. This innovation is evident in some of the restaurants that are scattered across the City of Brotherly Love. We have hunted down some of the most off-the-wall and unique restaurants in Philadelphia that you simply have to try. Read …

Philadelphia is the coolest city – But don’t just take our word for it!

There has been a lot of buzz about Philadelphia recently…  Jay Z’s Made in America concert, the Tall Ships Challenge and its 61-foot-tall giant yellow rubber duck, the World Meeting of Families and Pope Francis’ visit, the Democratic National Convention coming to Philadelphia in 2016 and so much more.. The New York Times ranked Philadelphia #3 on its list of the 52 best places to visit in 2015. Then, Condé Nast Traveler declared Philadelphia the #2 …

4 Mile Fence To Go Up Around Center City for Pope Francis’ Visit

Officials plan to construct an 8-foot tall fence to enclose more than a 4 mile stretch of Center City for Pope Francis’ visit. The perimeter fence will start to be erected on Monday, September 21 and cover a 4-and-a-half mile swath of downtown. The area will then be swept by security personnel and go through rolling security checks through the weekend. On Friday, September …

Chicago-Based Firm Designs Residential Tower at 1911 Walnut

Southern Land Company has chosen Solomon Cordwell Buenz to design the tower on Rittenhouse Square. Our bold prediction for 2015 is starting to come closer to reality, as more and more news starts to trickle out about the long-vacant lot at 1911 Walnut Street. Southern Land Company purchased the property for $40 million in February, and all signs pointed to the fact that they …

The Cabaret is returning To Philly

Our region has been without an authentic cabaret – loosely defined as a dining venue that offers live entertainment by small groups, most commonly a singer and pianist – since the closing of the Burgundy Room at the Bellevue-Stratford/Fairmont Hotel in 1986, and the demise of Café Lafitte on Drury Lane nine years before that. That will change Sept. 18 with the opening of …

Pope Francis Visits Philadelphia – World Meeting of Families

On Saturday, September 26th, Pope Francis will depart for Philadelphia from John F. Kennedy International Airport. Roughly an hour later, he will land at a private Atlantic Aviation hangar in Philadelphia International Airport. Public access for Pope Francis’ arrival at the airport will be barred and there will be secret service personnel present. According to Examiner.com, prior to being taken to Saint Charles Borromeo …

How expensive is Philadelphia?

Philadelphia Cost of living: Sometimes Philadelphia feels like a closely kept secret — urban character, excellent food, cultural capital and low, low rents. Time to spill the beans. Tell your friends. Buy them a cheap local brew at happy hour. Give them a tour of your surprisingly-spacious pad, perfect for potlucks and bike storage. Take them to a BYOB. Get them a great coffee …

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