Real estate experts say homes in the Logan Square neighborhood range from around $400,000 to $2-million and most properties don’t stay on the market very long.
Officials in Montgomery County confirm the county is likely to take a $24-million financial hit related to a redevelopment project in Norristown that’s now in foreclosure.
Deputy Mayor for environmental and community resources Michael DiBerardinis says recent improvements have been remarkable, including $20 million in streetscape improvements, the new Barnes Foundation, the renovated Rodin Museum, Sister Cities Park and the restored Logan Square.
Some people are dealing with the heat wave by taking a dip in the city’s public fountains at Logan Square in Center City.
Philadelphia’s “Sister Cities Park,” on Logan Square, is getting a facelift, designed with the “wow” factor in mind.
Up on the 50th floor of Top of the Tower, near Logan Square, 500-invited guests mingled, swapped business cards, and ate Philly-style foods. Importantly, they also took park in a silent auction to benefit Philabundance, the region’s largest food bank.
The show is called “It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia,” and its opening credits roll past about a half dozen Philly landmarks – all shown at night.