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Hilary Lefko…, Real Estate Pro in Philadelphia, PA
     Updating your home to incorporate new or more efficient technologies and practices does not always mean that your return will solely be of the altruistic variety.  Of course, many of us are looking… Read more
Blogged Mon Aug 4, 2014 by Hilary Lefkowitz-Karaman Home Buying Home Selling Going Green
Andrew Janos, Real Estate Pro in 19130
The Tech Savvy Consumer And You   The number of tech savvy clients is increasing every day with the help of the Internet and smart phones. Information is at the consumer’s fingertips, which is why the… Read more
Blogged Thu Jun 19, 2014 by Andrew Janos Home Buying Tech Tips Going Green
Kimberly Win…, Real Estate Pro in Philadelphia, PA
Whether you’re about to undertake a complete gut rehab or a relatively simple DIY renovation/upgrade, you’ll likely find out in a hurry that the cost of basic materials, appliances, fixtures, etc.… Read more
Blogged Sat May 10, 2014 by Kimberly Wingfield Remodel & Renovate Going Green Design & Decor
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Timothy M. G…, Real Estate Pro in Philadelphia, PA
All images courtesy of Fast Company I'm a big proponent of smart development. Call it green ... sustainable ... sensible. And why not? If you can build something that is eco-friendly, costs less to maintain,… Read more
Blogged Fri Feb 7, 2014 by Timothy M. Garrity General Area Quality of Life Going Green
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Eve Gulla, Real Estate Pro in Fort Washington, PA
Call of email Eve Now!610-739-2710EveSellsHomes4U@gmail.co http://mwww.EveSellsHomes.comOld Tjikko – the Oldest Tree in the World (9,550 Years Old)The oldest individual clonal tree in the world is believed… Read more
Blogged Fri Jun 28, 2013 by Eve Gulla Home Buying Home Selling Going Green
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Timothy M. G…, Real Estate Pro in Philadelphia, PA
It looks like the coworking concept has now made its way to the local food industry in Philadelphia, as Common Market introduces Philly Good Food Lab. If you're unfamiliar, here is Common Market's purpose:… Read more
Blogged Wed May 15, 2013 by Timothy M. Garrity General Area Remodel & Renovate Going Green
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Timothy M. G…, Real Estate Pro in Philadelphia, PA
EEB Hub is bringing jobs back to Philadelphia I thought this article was interesting.I wrote a post last year about the EEB Hub (which was first referred to as the Greater Philadelphia Innovation Cluster,… Read more
Blogged Thu Aug 23, 2012 by Timothy M. Garrity General Area Going Green
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Timothy M. G…, Real Estate Pro in Philadelphia, PA
Foundry Court | Northern Liberties, Philadelphia I'm not talking about the inexpensive, broadband Internet giant. I'm talking about sustainable, residential development; or "green" development to those… Read more
Blogged Thu Jul 19, 2012 by Timothy M. Garrity Home Buying Going Green Moving
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Timothy M. G…, Real Estate Pro in Philadelphia, PA
Formerly known as the Goldtex building, you've probably seen this place before while riding in your car through Center City. If you were riding East on 676 and looked to your left (north) about halfway… Read more
Blogged Sat Apr 21, 2012 by Timothy M. Garrity General Area Going Green Rentals
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Sheri Curci, Real Estate Pro in Philadelphia, PA
John Curci RE/MAX 1-866-473-6290Serving Philly + Bucks County PA Read more
Blogged Sat Mar 17, 2012 by Sheri Curci Home Buying Home Selling Going Green
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Timothy M. G…, Real Estate Pro in Philadelphia, PA
I logged a post in May 2011 about this project, and now things are starting to come together. All political eyes are watching over our city, more specifically in South Philly, to see if the Greater Philadelphia… Read more
Blogged Wed Feb 22, 2012 by Timothy M. Garrity General Area Going Green
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Timothy M. G…, Real Estate Pro in Philadelphia, PA
Good morning, readers.This is a first for Philly Urban Living, but one of our regular readers contacted me and volunteered to write a guest post for this Blog. Needless to say, I gladly accepted. Not… Read more
Blogged Thu Feb 16, 2012 by Timothy M. Garrity Schools Going Green Rentals
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Timothy M. G…, Real Estate Pro in Philadelphia, PA
Although the new code will not officially be put into effect until August 2012, zoning reform advocates are stoked to see what it can do to simplify the process. Since Philadelphia's current zoning code… Read more
Blogged Mon Feb 6, 2012 by Timothy M. Garrity General Area Going Green
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Timothy M. G…, Real Estate Pro in Philadelphia, PA
Carl Dranoff is at it again on AOTA. This one will be his third major project on this southern section of Broad St. For all of you readers out there who are proponents of green/sustainable development,… Read more
Blogged Fri Dec 2, 2011 by Timothy M. Garrity Going Green Rentals
Timothy M. G…, Real Estate Pro in Philadelphia, PA
The subject of green jobs in the City of Brotherly Love seems to come up pretty often. Reason being, is that Philadelphia is on the cutting edge of creating them.Read this article to learn a little more… Read more
Blogged Fri Nov 18, 2011 by Timothy M. Garrity General Area Going Green
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Timothy M. G…, Real Estate Pro in Philadelphia, PA
Slowly fading away are the days where solar energy seemed like something only environmental activists or the super rich enjoyed. Today, solar energy systems are working their way into the public's eye… Read more
Blogged Wed Oct 26, 2011 by Timothy M. Garrity Going Green
Timothy M. G…, Real Estate Pro in Philadelphia, PA
Here are the details:23 stories (265 feet tall) Mixed-use building (commercial on the bottom, residential on top) LEED certified silver Expansion of Chinatown northward Infill where a parking lot currently… Read more
Blogged Thu Oct 20, 2011 by Timothy M. Garrity Market Conditions Going Green In My Neighborhood
Timothy M. G…, Real Estate Pro in Philadelphia, PA
Here's another feather in UCity's cap. Let me lay out the details:New, state-of-the-art office space (97,000 square feet of it). Green roof, with a roof-top garden. A large anchor tenant, which means more… Read more
Blogged Fri Oct 7, 2011 by Timothy M. Garrity Market Conditions Going Green
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Timothy M. G…, Real Estate Pro in Philadelphia, PA
There's only one way to find out...Read on. Read more
Blogged Tue Sep 6, 2011 by Timothy M. Garrity Going Green
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Timothy M. G…, Real Estate Pro in Philadelphia, PA
It's actually a pretty simple concept. Bumpouts are a smart, inexpensive way (as opposed to installing bigger pipes underground) to deal with Philadelphia's stormwater runoff issues. Instead of water… Read more
Blogged Mon Jul 25, 2011 by Timothy M. Garrity Quality of Life Going Green
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