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Here Are the Best Philly Neighborhoods to Go Trick-or-Treating in 2015

Is Halloween on the verge of whithering away? We sure hope not! For one, Philadelphia is still considered by Zillow researchers to be one of the […]

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Report: Board Could Choose Festival Pier Developer on Friday (Updated)

Spring Garden Street leading up to the Delaware River has become a hotbed of development activity this year, and there’s probably no bigger project on […]

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Interactive Visuals: Eye-Popping “Then and Now” Sliders of Philadelphia

Warning: It’s probably best you save this for after you’re off the clock lest you go on a slider binge and don’t get to what’s actually next […]

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Could the SS United States Become a Multi-Use Complex in Brooklyn?

It looks as though the SS United States may have found a savior to ferry it to safety, and it could very well be trading […]

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NKCDC Kicks Off Renewal of Kensington’s Withering Orinoka Mills

Kensington residents and veteran Market-Frankford Line commuters who continue on past Huntingdon know well the blighted and tagged hulk standing just off Somerset Station at the corner of East Somerset […]

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Final Countdown: LOVE Park Redesign Revealed, Readied for Approval

The team behind the overhaul of LOVE Park presented their final plans at a meeting on Monday night, and there are a few key tweaks […]

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Update: December Opening Planned for The Logan Hotel on the Parkway

UPDATE (10/27/15: 4:00 p.m) We now have a specific date for the opening of the new hotel. According to a spokesperson from The Logan, the […]

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Property’s Photo of the Week: Philly’s Tallest Skyscaper Is Getting Closer

A photo posted by Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (@exam215) on Oct 16, 2015 at 5:25pm PDT Is that little CITC we spot reaching for […]

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Homeowners Are Loving Bucks County: Report Finds Increase in Pending Sales

The Bucks County real estate scene has been doing pretty well for itself all things considered. According to the latest housing report from Coldwell Banker Hearthside, REALTORS, the […]

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Post Brothers Betting Big on University City; Plans Garden Court Revamp

Post Brothers is starting to execute their plans to get in on some of the action around University City. The company announced they’ve acquired the […]

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Spotted in the Italian Market: 9th and Washington Project Inches Forward

Zoom in just a tad and you’ll recognize the spot: The Anastasi Seafood restaurant, nestled between 9th and Darien Streets, looks out to whirring Washington Avenue, […]

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Walnut Street Tower Surrounding Fergie’s Pub Looks to be Moving Forward

It looks as though the we can expect work to begin soon on the so-called “Fergie’s Tower” project at 1213-19 Walnut Street. Construction permits pulled […]

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Here’s What it Looks Like When 200 Volunteers Rehab Eight Homes in One Day

It’s a brisk Friday morning in October and the 2100 block of North Franklin Street is buzzing with activity. Nilda Ruiz, President and CEO of the Asociación Puertorriqueños […]

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Parker Spruce Hotel Owner Presents Plans for “Boutique” Fairfield Inn; Neighbors Air Grievances

The Washington Square West Civic Association held a public meeting last Tuesday night regarding the redevelopment of the Parker Spruce Hotel at 13th and Spruce Street. The […]

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Watch: Permanent Design Proposal for Grays Ferry Triangle Unveiled

Do you enjoy basking in the sunshine at the Grays Ferry Triangle, that super cool pedestrian plaza/park that takes over Grays Ferry Avenue at 23rd […]