Here Is What 1 Million Dollars Gets You Around Washington Square

Dated: December 18 2015

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As part of our efforts to showcase some of Philly’s hottest real estate on the market, we will be providing you with our new blog series “What $1 Million Buys You.”  Enjoy  while we take you into some of Philadelphia’s most sought-after neighborhoods and show you just how much bang you can get for your buck.  Think of it as the virtual version of Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous and us as your cyber Robin Leach.

This month we explore the prestigious yet ultra liberal Washington Square West neighborhood.  This area is as unique as they come.  With a healthy mix of commercial and residential buildings, Washington Square West offers a wide assortment of property options as well as amenities.  Within its boarders you’ll find well-established institutions such as Pennsylvania Hospital and popular Jeweler’s Row.  Also known for its Gayborhood, Washington Sqaure West is a place where individuality and self-expression is welcomed. So if you’re looking to be a part of this trendy section of town, here’s what $1 million will get you.


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