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Apartment Profile: A First Look at The Kelly

Let the rejeuvenation of Bala Avenue begin. Cross Properties’ NoBA project aims to do nothing less than revitalize Bala’s Main Street by bringing new residents […]


Big Brothers, Big Sisters, Big Builders: Awards Honor Shapers of the Future

How is building a development like mentoring a young child? Gary Jonas, principal of HOW Properties, explains it this way: “What I see is real estate […]


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, […]


Tenants Continue to Press Case Against New Penn Wynn Manor Owner

About 40 Penn Wynn Manor residents and their supporters in the Philadelphia Tenants Union staged a protest in front of the Centre Square office complex […]


Coming to West Powelton: A Dorm for Foodies

Dorms with kitchens? Big whoop. A dorm with a commercial-quality demonstration kitchen? Now that’s something. The kitchen in question is part of the learning space […]


Good Food Flats: A Foodie Utopia is Under Construction in Powelton Village

A new apartment facility is under construction in Powelton Village, and let’s just say the experience will cater to a very distinct type of resident. […]


Headlines: Walnut Street’s Art Deco “Icon” Has Been Sold

A photo posted by Pennsporter (@pennsporter) on Jun 12, 2015 at 2:12pm PDT One of Philly’s standout examples of Art Deco architecture, the majestic Icon […]


Spring Arrivals: The Palmer Apartments in Wynnewood

May 1. That’s the date the first residents will move into The Palmer at 18 E. Lancaster Ave. in Wynnewood. Sure, it’s always fun to take a […]


Art Commission Okays Concept Plan for Proposed Apartment on Hamilton

Yesterday, PlanPhilly’s Matt Golas reports, Cross Properties and architect Barton Partners found themselves before the Philadelphia Art Commission. In hand they had an updated plan for their $24 million […]