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Industrial Boxing Gym in Urban Location
Industrial Boxing Gym is located near 2nd and Laurel Street in Northern Liberties, Philadelphia.
1850ies Quaker built large single in historic Germ
Unique 1850'ies large stone single - 7000sqft. Originially Quaker family (Emlen) built. Possibly used for underground railroad. Original moldings and character. Situated in historic center of Germantown close to US capitol in 1793. Budding national landmarks like previous Germantown academy which was rented by US congress 1793/94. George Washington's Germantown white house a block away. 10 ft tall windows w original glass.
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Grand Historical Victorian in Philadelphia
This historical 130 year old elaborate corner Red and Green Victorian row house sits on a wide sidewalk, tree lined block of Philadelphia's Spruce Hill neighborhood.
Brothers George Watson Hewittt and William Dempster Hewitt designed the group of Queen Anne houses in 1886 as a unified whole marked by dramatic gables, a bold color scheme, and mixed materials.
This Hewitt home is a beautiful blend of Queen Anne characteristics, with some High Victorian flare. The porches feature whimsical, welcoming columns and spindles. A decorative bargeboard adorns the gable over the porch. Graceful brackets enhance the edges of the home and the 3rd floor Juliet balcony.
The historic exterior is paired with an updated interior that seamlessly integrates original details such as ornate fireplaces, original wood floors, mahogany pocket doors, moldings and stained glass windows while also featuring updated fixtures, kitchen bathrooms etc.
The backyard is shaded and private with a blue-stone patio, fire pit, lounging platform, hot tub and small vegetable garden and lawn.
The first row home of the block, is a total of 4800 sq ft, 7 bedrooms, 3 bathroom. The home also includes a small library, music room, painting studio and ceramic studio.
A Colorful, Futuristic Oasis
An ultra-modern oasis in West Philadelphia, the place bends time, bringing fun-filled, futuristic dining into the present. The action starts in the lounge with a back-lit amber resin counter, lounge seating units designed with red urethane foam, acoustic foam tiles above for a sound-absorbent ceiling, and stairs along the back that are covered with rubberized, escalator-inspired handrails, all leading the guest right into the main dining room.
In the main dining room, you'll find acrylic-coated tabletops with silk-screened patterns, pulsating, color-changing cocoon booths, and a one-of-a-kind private dining room hidden by its silicon tube curtains.
Lights projected from the ceiling cast colors in circular patterns on the concrete floor in front of the restaurant's 55-foot-long Corian countertop and conveyer belt bar.
Includes Delicious Pre-Set Menu.