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Meet the McMansion for Millennials

There’s been much wailing and gnashing of teeth in the real estate industry over what insiders see as a distressing trend among millennials: They aren’t […]

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Long Live Center City Sips

For an opposing view, read Joe Trinacria’s “Center City Sips Has to End. Now.” It may be because I met my husband in an after-hours […]

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OPINION: Philly Millennials Need to Up Their Game

Disclaimer: This is not another hit piece by a Boomer or Generation X-er targeting millennials — this one is by a millennial. While the rest […]

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The Excellent Adventures of Digital Nomads Jason Batansky and Jeremy Albelda

It was supposed to be the anti-spring break. Not a last-gasp bender before adulthood, but a moment to pause and prepare. That’s how, two months […]

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Monday Morning TL;DR: Speaking of Last Meals…

It’s Monday morning, and if you’ve found yourself here yet again, it’s probably because you want to know about eating dogs in China, gas station […]

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Study: Educated Millennials Are Leaving Pennsylvania

A new study from the Pennsylvania Independent Fiscal Office claims the state may have a problem retaining its educated millennials. According to the IFO, 47,000 […]

Property

Zillow Launches New Site for First-Time Homebuyers

Calling all millennials (and anyone else) on the hunt for that perfect first home: Zillow just launched a new real estate brand to help you on your search. […]

City Life

Off the Cuff: May 2017

I’ve had it with millennials. We’ve all heard the stories about the absurd environment on our college campuses — the policing of offensive language and […]

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Report: Down Payments Are Holding Renters Back from Purchasing Homes

We’ve previously reported that a growing number of renters plan on staying renters, even if rental prices increase (for the time being, at least). And now, a […]

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Report: Philly Ranks 5th in Percentage of Millennials Living at Home

When you reach a certain age, you move out of mom and dad’s house. That’s how it’s supposed to play out at least, right? Oddly […]

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There’s A Future for Young Professionals Here, Survey Finds

According to the results of a survey released last week by the Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia, a whopping 93 percent of young professionals […]

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Is Philly Facing a Post-Millennial Rental Crash?

Our apartment-building engine continues to chug along. Signs of activity recently sprouted on two more construction sites: Pearl Properties’ proposed 32-story apartment tower at 1910 […]

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How Trump’s Election May Have Changed the Future of Philly Politics

Something is happening in this city. For years, many Philadelphians took democracy for granted. A pathetic 27 percent of registered voters cast ballots in the […]

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How the City’s New Millennial Advisory Committee Could Change Philly Politics

On Wednesday, the city announced the 21 members of its first-ever Millennial Advisory Committee. The committee, which will meet monthly, is tasked with advising the city […]

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Report: Young Adults in Philly More Likely to Live at Home, Less Likely to Have a Job

A new study claims that young adult Philadelphians are much more likely to live at home than their peers nationwide.