Unlike the Dodgers or Red Sox, the Tampa Bay Rays ownership is a toned-down group led by principal partner Stuart Sternberg. The other Rays’ owners are guys whom you wouldn’t know unless their limo drove by you on the way to a fox hunt.
One such man is Steve Levick, an owner who is so locked into the Tampa scene that he has lived in Philadelphia for much of the past two decades. That 2008 World Series parade must have been good times.
With his two daughters now grown, Levick recently put his impressive row home in Philly’s tony Rittenhouse Square neighborhood on the market for $2.8 million.
For that price, you get stately living rooms and a study, a chef’s kitchen with an indoor grill and an elevator that goes from the garage to the rooftop deck.
You’ll also get to live on one of the most filmed streets in the city. In fact, Levick’s jawn is just a few doors down from where 1983’s “Trading Places” was filmed.
Highlights of Steve Levick’s Philadelphia Row Home:
• 4 bedrooms, 4 baths and 2 half-baths
• 1.9 miles to Delilah’s
• 0.8 miles from Whole Foods
• 3.6 miles to Citizens Bank Park (home of the 2008 World Series trophy)