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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 / Mark@CenterCity.com.

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Philadelphia Inquirer News

  • Yes or no? Region's Scots take sides on independence vote
    They've got North Sea oil. They've got silky Scotch. Now, many are demanding free-e-e-e-dom! Ken Kirkwood, a retired civil engineer who has lived in Haddonfield since 1976, is unequivocal: If he lived in his native Scotland he would vote a resounding "yes" to disaffiliate from the United Kingdom in Thursday's too-close-to-call referendum.

  • State police name 'survivalist' as gunman who killed trooper
    BLOOMING GROVE, Pa. - A man described as a "survivalist," a trained marksman with antigovernment leanings, was the gunman who killed one state police officer and injured a second in an ambush outside the barracks here last week, investigators said Tuesday.

  • NASA picks Boeing and SpaceX to ferry astronauts
    CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) - NASA is a giant step closer to launching Americans again from U.S. soil.

  • Penn researcher Danielle Bassett wins a 'genius grant'
    "Are you sure you have the right person?" Danielle S. Bassett asked. The University of Pennsylvania brain researcher is just 32, one year into her first faculty position. So when the MacArthur Foundation people called her last week, Bassett figured they were planning to award one of their coveted $625,000 grants to an older colleague, and wanted to ask her opinion.

  • Pa. House honors team with 'Taney Dragons Week'
    The state House on Tuesday unanimously passed a resolution designating Sept. 14-20 as Taney Dragons Week in Pennsylvania. The resolution honors the Philadelphia Little League team that took U.S. runner up honors during the Little League World Series in Williamsport last month.

  • 100 talk about race, law enforcement in Montco
    In response to the police shooting of a young black man in Ferguson, Mo., about 100 people gathered Tuesday night in Norristown for a public forum on race, law enforcement, and community relations.

  • Rally for more funding for early-childhood education
    Standing before about 500 3- and 4-year-olds at Franklin Square, the head of Philadelphia's school district made his case for more money for prekindergarten education.

  • Ken Trujillo to enter Philadelphia mayor's race
    Former City Solicitor Ken Trujillo is poised to enter the 2015 race for mayor Wednesday morning at a news conference he has scheduled in front of Philadelphia School District headquarters.

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