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‘Philly Street Flippin’ TV show to debut on DIY Network

It stars a local woman-owned real estate and construction company

The pilot episode of “Philly Street Flippin’” will highlight the renovation of an East Passyunk rowhome (center).
Photos courtesy of Hestia Construction

If you tend to spend your weekends binge-watching house-flipping TV shows, consider your Saturday night plans set: A new home renovation show based right here in Philly will debut on the DIY Network on Saturday, March 25 at 8 p.m.

The show is called Philly Street Flippin’ and the pilot episode stars Hestia Construction, a local, woman-owned real estate and construction company run by realtor Rachel Street.

Street couldn’t offer too many spoilers, but she did share with Curbed Philly that the first episode will follow her recent renovation of a home in East Passyunk.

Based on the before photos of the property, shared by Street, it looks like it was quite the fixer-upper. You’ll have to tune into the show on Saturday night to see the full transformation. Street notes that whether the show, produced by The Michael Group, gets picked up as a series depends on the pilot’s ratings.