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With an endless supply of things to do just outside your door, it is no wonder so many people feel the excitement and draw of living in Center City Philadelphia, which is why finding the perfect Philadelphia home that supports your lifestyle becomes a primary goal. As certified Pennsylvania Realtors representing a variety of neighborhoods and backgrounds, we're uniquely qualified to help you find the perfect Center City Home. Properties in Philadelphia are available for just about every taste. Count on us to show you the quaint blocks and historic homes of Society Hill or perhaps the former factories that have become Philadelphia loft condos are more to your liking. Our agents can coordinate a tour to profile properties near the fine shopping and elegant dining of Rittenhouse Square. If you can picture yourself waking up early on Saturday to walk to the Italian Market, let us show you the new development and excellent values in Bella Vista. Much has been written about the new construction in the Graduate Hospital area; we'll be glad to highlight properties for you to see. If a brisk early morning run along the Schuylkill River is part of your routine, see how near Fairmount Park is to the Art Museum Area. With something for everyone it's easy to see why Center City Philadelphia is the lifestyle choice for many. Call or Email today and allow us to find a Philadelphia home that's the right match for you.  If you have any questions regarding the Center City Real Estate market please contact Mark Wade at 215.521.1523 /

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Philadelphia Inquirer News

  • Officer, 5 others hurt in crash during car stop
    Police are investigating a crash on Route 1 in Bucks County during a traffic stop that left a police officer and five others injured.

  • Bucks fraud case opens against Risoldis
    Testimony began Monday in what is expected to be a nearly weeklong preliminary hearing in Bucks County Court involving the Risoldi family, the well-connected Republican fundraisers accused of bilking insurers out of $20 million to fund an extravagant lifestyle.

  • Cops: Man filmed women in Montco Target dressing room
    Police say a Warminster man has been arrested for allegedly using a pen with a built-in camera to film women changing in the dressing room of a Target store in Montgomery County.

  • 1 dead in Burlco crash
    An 18-year-old woman was killed after she was struck by a tractor-trailer while standing next to her disabled car on Interstate 295 in Burlington County.

  • Buried woman identified
    The woman whose body was found buried in a back yard in Frankford last week has been identified by police .

  • Saxbys blends community designed franchises with national branding
    When Nick Bayer, now 37, went to college, he had no idea what he wanted to do. Business, industry, finance - each internship served to eliminate those as possibilities.

  • Who's on tap to be Philly's next top cop?
    Will the next mayor look outside the city for a new commissioner, or try to keep Chuck Ramsey?

  • Camden is calmer but still N.J.'s most dangerous city
    Two stories of Camden have emerged. The first comes from Gov. Christie and Camden County officials. They point to 2012 - the city's deadliest year ever - and say crime has dropped dramatically, thanks to a sweeping overhaul of policing that cut costs and added officers to the streets.

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