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Chinatown’s Eastern Tower Gets Groundbreaking Pushed to 2016 (Renderings)

Some things are worth the wait and Chinatown‘s long-discussed Eastern Tower is undoubtedly one of them. However, should things progress without a hitch, the wait […]

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Something Might Be Happening With the Frankford Chocolate Factory

Oh, snap. The Frankford Chocolate Factory on Washington Avenue – between 21st and 22nd Streets if you’re unfamiliar with the site (map) – has been purchased. According to […]

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Blatstein: The Playground in Atlantic City to be 100% Leased in 2016

It takes time to get most anything done these days. That’s especially true when you’re trying to revive a $200 million failed whale of a luxury […]

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Renderings: Frankford Avenue to Get Two New Apartment Buildings Spring 2016

Feels like ages that we haven’t checked up on Fishtown, so it was about time our attention was arrested: developer JDT International has several projects unfolding in coming […]

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Developer Seeks Approval to Demolish Trio of Historic Sansom Street Buildings

The 1900 block of Sansom Street has seen some things, man. As you know, the auditorium at the Boyd Theatre on the north side of […]

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17 Mesmerizing ‘Grams of Philly’s Fall Foliage Found Under #PhillyScape

A photo posted by Mittul (@mittul_) on Nov 3, 2015 at 7:20pm PST Last week, we brought you some killer Halloween-inspired shots of the City […]

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Art Commission Gives Thumbs Up to LOVE Park Redesign

LOVE Park‘s ambitious redesign plan was approved by the Art Commission this week. While accolades for the park’s overall design and its metallic, color-changing Percent for Art […]

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HGTV Dubs Mt. Airy’s Goat Hollow the Best “Posh Public Space”

A Philly eatery was put under the spotlight recently, though not for the reasons you might be thinking. Instead of its delectables earning it accolades, it […]

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Waterfront Wishes: Bridesburg Neighbors Voice Desires For New Riverfront Park

Long-earmarked in city-wide and waterfront master plan studies as potentially viable for parkland or anything other than its industrial past, the 9.4-acre riverfront parcel at 3101 […]

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Princeton Tops List of “Best Small Cities in America”

Take a bow, Princeton, New Jersey. You’ve been ranked as the top spot on WalletHub’s most recent listicle of “Best Small Cities in America.” We know […]

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The Latham Hotel to Close, Apartments Planned (Updated)

  Update (Nov. 4, 11:30 a.m.) James Pearlstein, owner of Pearl Properties, confirmed in an email to Property that the real estate giant has purchased The Latham […]

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Verdant Temple Pilot Project Nears Completion, Master Plan Revealed

Yes, Temple University has a massive redesign plan in store for its main campus. But in case you missed our sneak peek from earlier in the […]

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Renderings: Brewerytown Blight to Open as New “Eastern Lofts” Next Year

It’s been a long time coming, but here it is: Eastern Lofts is set to open in early 2016. Repurposed from the bones of the former […]

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The Deadline to Save the SS United States Has Passed

It looks as though the future of the SS United States is in a little bit of a holding pattern, as the SS United States Conservancy’s self-imposed […]

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DRWC Unveils Early Redevelopment Plans for Festival Pier Site

Welp, it’s official. The Delaware River Waterfront Corporation has chosen the partnership of Jefferson Apartment Group and Haverford Properties to transform the 11.5-acre Festival Pier […]