Jared Brey

Property

Welcome to the Bland New World of Philly Development

Are the days of the visionary developer over?

News

Shop Your Property Taxes Away

Some New Jersey townships offer rebates for residents who shop locally.

Property

The Divine Lorraine, Reborn

Our by-the-numbers look at one of Philadelphia’s favorite buildings.

Business

How Philly-Based Five Below Became a Billion-Dollar Company

Has Five Below has discovered the key to retail in the age of e-commerce?

News

Toomey Backs Sessions for Attorney General, Despite Protests

The Tuesdays with Toomey folks were back at the senator’s office yesterday.

News

Untermeyer Donates $250K to His D.A. Campaign

Donation limits for all candidates are now automatically doubled.

News

How Did Philly Urbanists Do in 2016?

We can finally get on the bus without a token. But the new mayor’s zoning guy was visited by the FBI.

Business

State Rejection of Tax-Free Zones Won’t Hinder Projects

Developers in North and West Philly wanted the boost, but don’t seem too fazed by the news.

News

Why Do Philly Socialists See an Opportunity in the Age of Trump?

Inspired by Bernie and galvanized by the president-elect, leftist groups are eyeing City Council.

News

Sidewalk Safety, Salary Secrecy Bills Close Council’s 2016

It was a quiet season for Philadelphia’s City Council. Here’s what they did Thursday.

News

Is This Bizarre Video Featuring Kurt Vile and Connor Barwin ... Art?

The rocker and the footballer push the boundaries. See for yourself.

News

Philly Developers ’Terrified,’ ’Intrigued’ to Have One of Their Own As President

Donald Trump is now the most powerful real estate developer in the country.

News

Council Wants to Protect More Philly Architecture

New legislation would use fees to help fund the Historical Commission.

News

Philly Jewish Group Calls for Opposition to Trump Stategist Steve Bannon

Young Jews demonstrated at Senator Pat Toomey’s office and the local Jewish Federation.

News

Can Philly Fix the Block It Razed, Then Shabbily Rebuilt, After MOVE Bombing?

The Redevelopment Authority wants to atone.