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What do you get when you plunk a Main Line mansion in the middle of an ancient Bucks County farm? This.
Fossil wanted signs that didn’t go with an Art Deco facade. Which retailer can make its signage work with the historically designated building?
Ryan Nickum became aware the Philly area’s basement bar culture when blogging for Estately. There were so many of the DIY speakeasies, he had to create a dedicated Tumblr—even though he lives in Seattle.
These photographs of Kerry Norell’s amazing miniature houseboat will make you want to crawl inside the little world and set sail on the not-so-high seas.
SPOTLIGHT LISTING The architectural appeal of this Society Hill home seems to be unending: 19th-century Italian double door entrance, 33-foot ceilings in the living room, […]
A listings photo reveals the history behind the owners’ departure.
A trinity home in Bella Vista is almost 900 square feet of charm, including a lovely rooftop view and a farmhouse sink in a very pretty kitchen.
The vast, capacious, ginormous, colossal, unbounded and tremendously large Marketplace Design Center building at 24th and Market is for sale. The building houses 40 design […]
INSIDE EDITION Nothing says “home” quite like a cozy fire in a fireplace. This functional feature can easily double as a statement piece in a […]
David O’Russel’s Abscam movie with Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence will film in Massachusetts instead of Philly because the Commonwealth is chary with tax breaks.
There are two finalists for the Daffy’s Center City space at 17th and Chestnut. Let the countdown begin.
A Main Line property belonging to the Wolfington family is newly listed at $3.9 million
SPOTLIGHT LISTING There are so many reasons why you should fall in love with this 6.7-acre French country estate in Spring City—the six fireplaces, detached […]
Elfreth’s Alley doesn’t only have tiny home for once-tiny people. This home for half a million proves the point.
Philadelphia gets a mention in the New York Times’ Business Day section.
Thanks to Technically Philly for bringing this triumph of Philadelphia tourism promotion to our attention…