Have a desire to move to a different section of Philly?
Flip through these graphics to find your neighborhood and see the recent real estate activity. .
This will help you see a nice overview!
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“it’s like hosting a party with my friends every weekend. the worst part about it though would be handling difficult customers. with that being said, that’s also the best part. you learn a lot. about people. about yourself. you learn to be open minded. you learn to have self control. and to be resilient. outside of work, i spend time in mother nature. this allows me to add value, harmony and peace to my soul. i like to drink tea and spend alone time with my plants. a few times a month, i volunteer for the @pspca. i spend my time spreading awareness and breaking the stigmatism against the pit bull breed. most importantly, being the voice for the innocent animals who have been neglected or abused. honestly, i don’t know what’s next, or what the future holds. i embrace the opportunities as they come. i embrace each day. i mean that. you have one life to live. don’t let one person ruin that. let go of negative thoughts. let go of negative energy. there are at least a billion souls out here waiting to meet you. the time is now. be present. be free. and be you. let’s do a shot of @jamesonwhiskey to that.”
📸 : @netanya_og | #meetphiladelphia
Took a random Sunday trip with @free_ry_fi and @djdexterlove to try South Philly Barbacoa as featured on Chef’s table on Netflix. They ran out of pork but the lamb was phenomenal. It was the best Mexican food I’ve ever had. The chef, Cristina Martinez, an immigrant, has an amazing story as well. From there, we hit up Charlie was a sinner where i tried the done and dusted. After that, we hit Tradesman To grab a drink with some friends. When we left, we grabbed some cheesesteaks at SQ Phillips on the way home.