Friday, July 31, 2015

How the Phillies partied after last night's win

A high-level celebration, that's what.

How the Phillies partied after last night's win

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Fresh from their National League championship win, the Phillies and significant others were whisked to Two Liberty Place for a special celebration on the 57th floor of the city's third-tallest building, which has 360-degree views.

They raised toasts to the south (Citizens Bank Park).

The skyscraper's top floor now houses the sales office, but it will be tricked out for the city's highest penthouse.

Cole Hamels and his wife, Heidi, have use of a condo in the building (on a lower floor), though they recently bought a spread in Newtown Square. They were the hosts.

The partying lasted well into the morning. (I got the tip at 3:20 a.m. and just confirmed it.)

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