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Philly Condo Featured in the New York Times

A condominium for sale on the 29th floor of the Residences at the Ritz Carlton tower across from City Hall was featured in the New […]

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Morning Headlines: Carl Dranoff Starts New Company

Developer Carl Dranoff, of Avenue of the Arts fame, is starting a new boutique real estate brokerage with the help of partner Marianne Harris, the Inquirer’s […]

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Open House at 2116 Chestnut on Thursday

2116 Chestnut, the 34-story apartment tower near Rittenhouse Square that opened last summer, will host an open house on Thursday from 6 to 9 p.m. […]

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Iron Mill Lofts Open in Northern Liberties

Philadelphia-based Barzilay Development has converted a former iron works in Northern Liberties into 12 lofts with ceilings rising to 22 feet. The project is called […]

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The Curtis Center to Get Luxury Apartments, Dining

The Curtis Center will be partially converted into apartments by its new owners, the Inquirer’s Joe DiStefano reports. The new owners, Keystone Property Group of […]

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Divine Lorraine Reborn: Is This Really Happening?

Familiar with this kind of thing? “Smack in the middle of downtown Philadelphia’s busy Broad Street sits the towering Divine Lorraine. When night falls and […]

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Morning Headlines: Tense Negotiations Around University City High School Site

PlanPhilly reports that a deal between Drexel University and community groups setting the terms for Drexel’s development of the former University City high school site […]

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Update on Two Big Projects at 15th and Chestnut

We’re seeing progress on two major projects that’ll radically change the intersection of 15th and Chestnut: Brook Lenfest’s long-discussed W and Element hotel tower right […]

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Developer: The Marquis Is Closed. Let’s Move On.

Developer Candlebrook Properties is spending millions to renovate a five-building apartment complex near the King of Prussia mall with the hope that the result, to […]

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What Are Center City’s Hottest Neighborhoods?

Philadelphia’s hottest neighborhoods: a topic no one ever stops talking about. Where are they? Who lives there? How much does it cost to buy a […]

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Sold: Germantown’s Grand Joseph Mitchell House

The Joseph Mitchell House, located in Germantown’s Tulpehocken Station Historic District, has sold for $525,000 a few months after its owners relisted the property. The […]

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Straight Talk With Bicentennial Architect Peter Chermayeff

The old Independence Visitor Center, constructed by the National Park Service for the 1976 Bicentennial celebration, has not been receiving a lot of love in […]

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Here’s the Latest on the So-Called Fergie Tower

Last time we checked in on the tower planned for 12th and Sansom, developer U3 Ventures, working with Ten Arquitectos, had emerged pretty much victorious […]

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Atlantic City Is One of the Densest Urban Centers in the US

Atlantic City is the third densest city in America, after just New York City and San Francisco, according to a report released earlier this month […]

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Development Coming to Delaware Riverfront in Bensalem

A new partnership may soon begin construction on Waterside, a planned riverfront development in lower Bucks County on the former site of the Elf Atochem […]