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This expansive house on an equally expansive farm has not one, but two, 18th-century farmhouses as its nucleus.
An Eames classic. A museum bench. A worn-in chair you might find in a grandmother’s basement.
Eight floors of Two Liberty Place are being reinvented–from condo space to hotel rooms.
Hey, Philly & co. If you didn’t feel good about living here five minutes ago, you will after you look at this map.
Giant jerboas have a lot to teach us about neighborhood transformation.
This exquisite unit is the most expensive 2-bedroom condo rental on Rittenhouse Square. It’s easy to see why.
Cedar Park in University City is undergoing more transformation. Now old bowling shoes depart and non-dairy milkshakes move in.
Realtor Holly Mack-Ward put together some numbers related to AVI. We reconfigured them, with apologies to Holly—and Harper’s Index.
SPOTLIGHT LISTING Whether you’re looking for your next vacation home or a full-time residence at the beach, this custom-built single-family home in Ocean City is […]
This circa-1794 property with random-width hardwood flooring and a cooking hearth is a ‘This Old House’ triumph waiting to happen.
NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH Ocean City is known as a family-friendly oceanside resort, with its motto as “America’s greatest family resort!” It continues to attract many partial […]
Urban dwellers know you often have to go up before you can go out. Rooftop decks in Philadelphia not only afford an ideal solution for […]
This East Mt. Airy Tudor has surged in value due to a canny renovation. It’s Property’s inaugural Property of the Week.
This amazing lodge for sale in Analomink, PA, is the perfect Poconos retreat—though not all the animals in the forest would agree.
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.