From a one-bed in Center City to a six-bed in West Mount Airy.
From studios to two-bed homes
From University City to Northeast Philly
From Brewerytown to Northern Liberties
From East Falls to Fishtown
From Center City to Northern Liberties
From new construction in Kensington, to a Grad Hospital rowhome
From a new construction in Brewerytown, to an Old City home with a factory feel
Lots of character and sleek new renovations
Lots of one and two-bed spots
From a historic mansion to a new renovation
There’s a ton of variety in style
From Center City to Northeast Philly
From a big home in Brewerytown to new construction in Ludlow
From Manayunk, to Port Richmond, to Center City
There’s a lot to look at if you have the money
From studio apartments to three-bed houses
From townhomes in Center City to a castle in West Philly
For this week’s Curbed Comparisons, we take a look at what $1,600 rents in Northern Liberties, Fishtown, North Broad, Old City, and East Falls.
For this week’s Curbed Comparisons, we take a look at what $1,500 rents you in Kensington, Graduate Hospital, Chinatown, University City, and Manayunk.
For this week’s Curbed Comparisons, we venture to Rittenhouse Square, Grays Ferry, Francisville, Port Richmond, and Spruce Hill to see what $1,300 rents right now.
As always, there’s a huge array of options
From West Powelton to Point Breeze
From three-bed houses to studio apartments
From University City to Germantown
From Manayunk to Fishtown
From West Philly to South Philly, there’s a lot of variety
From a house in South Philly, to a one-bed apartment
From no bedrooms, to four of them, there’s a ton of variety
From one to three-bed places.
From a spacious Mt. Airy twin to a cozy Fishtown rowhome.
From East Falls to Center City, there are a lot of options.
From West Philly and four bedrooms, to a one-bed place in Center City with stunning views.
From three-bed homes to small studios, there’s a lot of variety in Philly with a $950-a-month budget.
From Brewerytown to Fishtown.
From one-bed apartments all the way up to six-bed homes
From University City to Old City.