Monday Movesletter: Women's History Month, Exclusive Listing(s), and More!

Welcome to this week’s rendition of the Monday Movesletter. Every week we send out a list of Philly happenings, and of course, Philly homes!  Join the weekly newsletter  and have it land straight in your inbox!

Welcome to this week’s rendition of the Monday Movesletter. Every week we send out a list of Philly happenings, and of course, Philly homes! Join the weekly newsletter and have it land straight in your inbox!

Recycle Better: Five Mistakes, and How to Fix Them:

As ubiquitous overflowing blue bins show, Philadelphia recycles a lot. According to the Streets Department, the city collected just over 100,000 tons of curbside waste, or 17.3 percent of the total curbside trash it collected, in 2018.

Unfortunately, the good intentions don’t always amount to much — as a recent Inquirer article reported, at least half of the material collected in Philadelphia gets incinerated at a waste-to-energy plant rather than recycled. The situation should be remedied by spring, according to Streets Department recycling director Kyle Lewis.

But even before that happens, Philadelphians can take action: Better recycling starts in the bin, not on the truck.

Want to improve your recycling habits? Lewis and other experts shared the most common mistakes and how to address them.

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Women’s History Month in Philly - Where to Celebrate:

Philly celebrates the achievements and successes of women all throughout March with a variety of exciting panel discussions, events, tours and more for Women’s History Month.

Some uplifting and fun events honoring women include cathartic group discussions for women of color at Uncle Bobbie’s Coffee & Books; a dance party featuring all-female DJs spinning music by women at the Ruba Club; and an event that highlights opportunities for girls and women pursuing careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics at The Franklin Institute.

For audiences looking for guidance in work and life, a networking event and engaging panel discussion featuring some of today’s brightest women entrepreneurs, artists and professionals takes place at the National Liberty Museum.

Check out Uwishunu's picks for Women’s History Month events in Philly here.

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Abe Fisher Wine Night with Frasca Food and Wine:

This Sunday we checked out the exclusive dinner event at Abe Fisher. 

The collaboration was with Carlin Karr, who is the wine director on the James Beard Award-winning team at Boulder’s @frascafoodwine (as well as @tavernettadenver). Named @foodandwine’s Sommelier of the Year in 2018, Carlin teamed with Abe's sommelier, Steven McAllister, for a night celebrating memorable wines produced across central Europe and northern Italy.

The dinner menu was incredible. The experience was bar none. We sincerely admire and respect every single dish and beverage that this restaurant (including every other restaurant under the Cook N Solo umbrella) creates. #hospitalitygoals

This Week's Real Estate Hot List:


Are you (or someone you know) interested in Philly homes? Give a shout, and get an exclusive look. 

  • Spring Arts: New Rentals Available!

    • Looking for a 1 BD? 2 BD? 3 BD? We've got you covered! Just listed are six (6) new rentals in Spring Arts district. From central AC and a W/D in-unit to modern kitchens and hardwood flooring, these units offer something to suit everyone's taste, criteria, and more importantly, budget! Nearby Cafe Lift, the new Rail Park, Win-Win Coffee Bar, and more! View the new listings here

  • Passyunk Square: 1415 S Franklin (coming to market)

    • Everything is 2 years young in this custom home. From hardwood floors and iron railings to new HVAC and new roof (and windows #booyah), this 2 BD/1 BA home comes equipped with all that you need... and more including a rear patio. Within walking distance of Acme, Triangle Tavern, Essen Bakery, and all of Passyunk Avenue's offerings. Exclusive showing 3/20 from 5-6 PM. 2 BD/1.5 BA - 900 SF - $315,000

  • Bala Cynwyd: 5 W Rock Hill Rd (coming to market)

    • Pack your bags and move right in! Designed and built by the current owner, it's a unique property. The center of the home is an expansive and light-filled great room with soaring cathedral ceilings and a large loft area accessed by a stylish spiral staircase. Master suite. Lower level is additional living space (currently used an in-home theater), a full bathroom, and a bedroom that can be used as an office. Conveniently located near Manayunk and the Main Line and only a few minutes from Center City. Built-in bookshelves. Wood burning fireplace. Newer roof and mechanicals. Two-car garage with a freshly painted interior, exterior, outdoor deck, and indoor sun room. 5 BD/4 BA - 2900 SF - $525,000

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Home Buyer Coffee Hour:


After a few month hiatus, the coffee happy hour returns! If you're thinking about buying your first home, you may have a lot of questions:

“What’s the best neighborhood for me?”
“Condo or house?”
“How do I know what I can even afford?”

Stop by Di Bruno Bros on your way to work on Tuesday, 3/19, between 7:45-8:45 AM. No tricks. Just coffee, danishes, and home buyer info on the house!

We will be on the first floor in the cafe. Wont miss us!
RVSP here.

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