Carlyle's Guide to Philadelphia

Blue Cross RiverRink SummerFest

Posted by Carlyle Property Management on Aug 22, 2018 11:55:00 AM

Looking for some summer fun in Philadelphia? Well thanks to the support of the Independence Blue Cross, the Blue Cross RiverRink SummerFest is back for it’s fourth season! Attendees can enjoy Philly’s only outdoor roller skating rink, as well as other rides, games, and foods to enjoy!

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Best Spots for Brunch In Philly

Posted by Carlyle Property Management on Aug 3, 2018 11:56:46 AM

Brunch is more than just a combination meal of breakfast & lunch; it is a weekend tradition full of its own unique mix of ceremony and occasion. From eggs benedict to fat stacks of pancakes, Bloody Marys to sparkling mimosas, a brunch table is heaped with food & surrounded by friends & family to share it with. Whether you're in the mood for traditional fare or have a more daring palette, Philadelphia delivers with some of the best brunch restaurants in the Mid- Atlantic. Here are five of the best brunch joints in the City of Brotherly Love.

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Historical Sites in The City of Brotherly Love

Posted by Carlyle Property Management on Jul 19, 2018 2:36:24 PM

History Lives In Philadelphia

When you live in Philadelphia, American history is right on your doorstep.  Even though the 4th of July celebrations are behind us, you can celebrate America's independence every day when you live in this historical city. Here is a sample of the many historical sites located in the greater Philadelphia area.

 

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How to Grow a Garden in a City Apartment

Posted by Carlyle Property Management on Jun 29, 2018 2:51:20 PM

How to Grow a Garden in Your City Apartment

City dwellers might look at gardeners out and rural areas and be jealous – it can be a lot harder to grow plants in a small urban apartment, but it's not impossible by any means. Lots of savvy urban gardeners are growing all sorts of neat edible produce in their homes. It just takes a little more planning and strategy.

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