New York [Jan. 16, 2019] General contractor, real estate agent, designer and former opera singer Rachel Street resuscitates Philadelphia’s historic homes in the new DIY Network series Philly Revival. During the series, premiering Saturday, Jan. 26, at 9 p.m. ET/PT, Rachel saves the homes’ original 18 and 19 century features, such as custom tile murals, stair banisters, turrets and marble fireplace mantles, and then adds modern amenities to turn them into stunning, distinctive properties.

“There are so many scary and expensive unknowns when trying to renovate and sell a historic home,” Rachel said. “But I’m obsessed with flipping historical houses in Philadelphia.”

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