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Kensington Properties

It was only a matter of time before Fishtown’s popularity spilled over into Kensington. Historically, the neighborhood has been mostly industrial, and today developers are eyeing its old warehouses and vacant lots for loft conversions and new builds. [More on Kensington].

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1429 Germantown Ave #unit 7-b, PHILADELPHIA, PA - $305,000

Residential, Condo, Unit/Flat, Garden 1 - 4 Floors
  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • 2,034 SQFT
  • 3 DOM
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New Construction! Fall 2020 Delivery! 10 Year Tax Abatement! This Home Features An Open Concept Living Room And Kitchen Featuring Top Of The Line Soft-close Cabinetry, Quartz Countertops, Tile Backsplash And More! Our Bathroom Packages Include Up...

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2145 N Darien St, PHILADELPHIA, PA - $85,000

Residential, End of Row/Townhouse
  • 2 Beds
  • 1 Baths
  • 810 SQFT
  • 29 DOM
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Investor Special In The Desirable 19122 Zip Code Of Philadelphia! Take This Opportunity To Bring This Home To Life On A Street Where A Home Sold Over $300,000!

Compass Pennsylvania, LLC
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145 W Norris St, PHILADELPHIA, PA - $345,000

Residential, Townhouse
  • 4 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1,708 SQFT
  • 73 DOM
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Old Kensington Is Hot And So Is This Beautifully Remodeled 3-story, 3 Bedroom Home, With 2 Full Baths, And Powder Room On The First Floor. Nice Size Outdoor Space To Do Some Bbq And Relax, And Huge Bedrooms Plus A Full Size Finished Basement. Hom...

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1529-33 N Philip St #12, PHILADELPHIA, PA - $319,900

Residential, Condo, Unit/Flat, Garden 1 - 4 Floors
  • 2 Beds
  • Baths
  • 1,261 SQFT
  • 367 DOM
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Must See New Kensington. 2 Bedroom Bi Level Condo With Gated Parking Drive Right Into, Your Development!!!! This Sun Splashed And Well Designed Residence Boasts All Open Living And Dining Area, With Granite Countertops, Stainless Steel Applian...

Maxwell Realty Co

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"The supply has been dwindling because so many developers have bought it up," says Calarco, whose company manages numerous properties in South Kensington.

Low inventory means hiked housing prices. Since last year, the average house price in the Kensington/Frankford area has appreciated 9.5 percent, according to Drexel’s Lindy Institute. At South Square, a new 19-townhouse development managed by MGC, the asking price increased from the low $400Ks to $450,000 in the last five months.

In addition to residential, retail and restaurants have popped up along Front Street, and "Techadelphia," another innovation co-working space, is poised for American Street.

This is a neighborhood to keep your eyes on! 

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Listing information last updated on October 22nd, 2020 at 5:15am EDT.