Or, El Sobrepaso. I've been watching this slowly build for awhile, but it's come together so quickly that it's breathtaking. Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Fox & Roach, REALTORS Philly was the sick man of the region for years. Our housing values were so low that suburban values were multiples of ours. Then slowly we started to make up ground, eventually allowing us to pass rural counties, first Salem then more recently Berks. All the while I saw us gaining ground on Delaware and Camden Counties. Then 2016 hit and in one fell swoop we passed Delaware, Atlantic, and Camden Counties, while still making ground on our suburban neighbors. The market is speaking. If only we could allow each school in Philly to be the best that it can be, without worrying how that would be 'unfair' to kids in other schools, and thus allow our schools to reflect the fundamental diversity of this city, then we'd really take off. And I'm sure that the flood of expensive new construction in Philly is driving this. Great. We need more of it if we're going to solve our woes.