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Sunday Reading: Top Curbed Philly Posts of the Week


Slow clap, Philly. From #DNC2016 making its way through our TV screens and Twitter feeds, to news that the Philadelphia Housing Authority will soon be accepting rents via app, there's been a lot to be stoked about this past week. (Oh, yeah: Philly Bike Share, a.k.a. Indego, is really for real coming soon). In real estate news, this sweet little Mid-Century modern hit the market, and the mansion that inspired Andrew Wyeth's Painter's Folly got a price cut. And finally, the International Space Station snapped a sweet little pic of Philly from outer space. Hard to top that one.

· Mansion immortalized by Andrew Wyeth gets price cut
· Elkins Park Mid-Century Modern by Arthur B. White hits market
· Geniuses at Billy Penn help us remember order of streets
· Photograph luxury cars in $1.5M North Philly pad
· Map: What you get when you decide to live in The Eraserhood
· Philadelphians react to news of #DNC2016
· Home of Independence Hall master carpenter asks $2M
· Photo of Philadelphia from Space Station will zen you out
· Paying your rent? Oh yeah, there's an app for that
· Like a Taylor Swift/NIN mashup, this $2.9M house kind of works