Society Hill

The Secret Life of Buildings: Residential Courts

In our last Secret Life of Buildings post we tackled trinity homes. What we didn’t get around to mentioning are the residential courts that many houses of this style are nestled into. Residential courts are the smallest of the small streets, cartways, and alleyways that were carved out of William Penn’s Greene Country Towne in the 18th and 19th (read more…)

Solo Listing Featured in The New York Times

We are thrilled that a current Solo listings has been features in a New York Times piece on what $1.2 million can buy in three different metropolitan areas in the U.S. Read on to see how Philadelphia and our listing stacked up against two other cities. We think the city and the property both shine!   In the article, (read more…)

Blocks We Love: 400-500 Locust Street

t’s a safe bet that most Philadelphians are ready for spring after this historic winter. And as we rediscover the outdoors, one block tucked away in Society Hill will offer one of the most impressive floral displays in the city.   While the tourists may flock to Society Hill for its history and architecture, locals love this area for another less (read more…)