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5 Things to Do In Philadelphia as the City Begins to Re-Open

On Tuesday, May 11, Mayor Tom Kenny delivered the news Philadelphians had been waiting to hear for over a year: On Friday, June 11, the city will officially reopen! On that date, the “Safer At Home” Philadelphia covid restrictions that were put in place in March 2020...

The Return of Students to University City

Now that COVID 19 vaccinations have significantly increased, University City is ready to welcome students, instructors, families, and visitors back to the neighborhood for in-person teaching and campus activities this fall! This is great news for everyone at the...

Tips For Highlighting Exposed Brick In Décor

Transforming landmark buildings in the historic neighborhoods in Philadelphia, West Chester, and Pittsburgh into modern, luxury apartments and living spaces is our passion. With every one of our locations, we harmonize contemporary amenities with vintage...

Earth Day Events at Reinhold Residential Communities

This Thursday, April 22 marks the 51st anniversary of Earth Day! And much like last year’s 50th anniversary, many Philadelphia Earth Day 2021 events are being canceled, scaled back, or held virtually. That being the case, Reinhold Residential wants to make this year’s...

7 Things to Ask Before Renting an Apartment

Touring a potential apartment can be a daunting task. The amount of information you take in about policies, amenities and more can be overwhelming—especially as you’re trying to visualize yourself in this new space. That’s why it’s important to come prepared with...

3 Reasons to Move to Philadelphia from NYC

Moving from NYC in 2021? Philadelphia Will Feel Like Home If you’re in the process of moving on from the Big Apple, you’re not alone—skyrocketing prices and the widespread shift to remote work have left many residents seeking out more affordable alternatives. Leaving...

3 Things To Do In Philadelphia During Covid

Looking for things to do in Philadelphia during COVID? You’re not alone! Philadelphians have been stuck home for the better part of a year—perfecting their at-home recipes and getting lots of Netflix time in! While the downtime has certainly brought some benefits, if...