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The Frankford Arsenal Takes the First Steps in Its Third Life

The Philadelphia Naval Shipyard may still have ties to its military past, however attenuated they may have become. But in the hearts and minds of […]

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JLL’s Roger Staubach Calls It for the Patriots; Local Office Disagrees

So how will Sunday’s Super Bowl proceed? If it performs like the commercial real estate market in Philadelphia has performed, the New England Patriots will […]

Business

The Bourse Enters Its Fourth Phase

In case you haven’t heard yet, the second-most-popular tourist attraction in Philadelphia after the Liberty Bell/Independence Hall duo is the Reading Terminal Market, our homegrown, fresh-and-local […]

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The Pieces Fall Into Place on Market Street East

This morning’s announcement that AMC will bring an eight-screen deluxe cinema to Fashion District Philadelphia is merely the latest piece of evidence that a virtuous […]

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Big Plans to Revive Bala Avenue, Starting With A Cup of Java

Bala Avenue in Bala Cynwyd is one of those small commercial districts that make Philadelphia’s suburbs such attractive places to live. But over the past few decades, […]

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A First Look at the New Four Seasons Hotel – And Its New Manager

Come 2018, Philly visitors and staycationers will get to rise above it all like never before when the new Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia opens atop the […]

Business

Now’s Your Chance to Get In on the Ground Floor of the Beury Building

“The transit-oriented development we wasted” is about to be wasted no more. And the people who are bringing what may be the most prominent abandoned […]

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Wawa Coming to East Market

Remember when Wawa stores were thick on the ground all over Center City and adjacent neighborhoods? Looks like they will be once again, for this […]

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Common Threads in This Year’s Rouse Award Residential Finalists

The Urban Land Institute Philadelphia District Council announced the finalists for this year’s Willard G. “Bill” Rouse Awards for Excellence last week, and five of […]

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Music to Return to the Met in Fall 2018

Somewhere in Heaven, Oscar Hammerstein is smiling: Eric Blumenfeld, who is currently restoring his Metropolitan Opera House at 858 N. Broad St. in Francisville to […]

Business

Report: Educational and Medical Jobs Help Stabilize Rents and Retail Market

It’s no secret that Philadelphia is a powerhouse in educational and health services – just a quick glance around our thriving metropolis will make this more […]

Business

Kudos for a One-Man Community Development Corporation

For many years, the nicest building at the intersection of 40th and Chestnut streets in University City was the one with the sign reading “Chestnut […]

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Food Fight at 40th and Walnut

The University of Pennsylvania and Acme Markets announced yesterday (April 10) that Acme has signed a lease to open a new store in University City […]

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Pennovation Wins Honor for Preservation

The architectural team that transformed a Grays Ferry paint laboratory into an idea laboratory has received a high honor from the Preservation Alliance for Greater […]

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Successor Sought for Applebee’s 15th Street

Spotted on the street in Center City this morning: a brochure (PDF) announcing that the space at 15th and Chancellor streets that’s currently home to an Applebee’s […]