Skyscraper, not strip mall, now planned on North Broad Street, courtesy of Trump tax break

In Philadelphia and beyond, developers with projects in census tracts designated as opportunity zones are getting ready for what they hope will be a torrent of cash.

Has the rental market finally softened? New studies lean that way.

Rental rates, while still higher in the long term, seem to have leveled off month over month, according to October reports from Adobo and Zumper.

Has the rental market finally softened? New studies lean that way.

Rental rates, while still higher in the long term, seem to have leveled off month over month, according to October reports from Adobo and Zumper.

A Craftsman-style house in East Falls with room for entertaining — and more

The home has plenty of room to showcase the husband's collection of vintage radios and the wife's array of art.

A Craftsman-style house in East Falls with room for entertaining — and more

The home has plenty of room to showcase the husband's collection of vintage radios and the wife's array of art.

Philly ranks #4 on list of cities with most annoying neighbors

Researchers for ImproveNet found that 56 percent of people surveyed had confronted a nuisance neighbor at some point.

Philly ranks #4 on list of cities with most annoying neighbors

Researchers for ImproveNet found that 56 percent of people surveyed had confronted a nuisance neighbor at some point.
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Self-driving cars are coming, but developers aren’t reducing parking yet, survey finds

Self-driving cars are expected to someday drop off workers and depart or park themselves in tighter quarters than human drivers can, thereby reducing the demand for garage space.

In Cherry Hill's new master plan, I find a lot to like. But some residents don't

Some Cherry Hill residents wonder why they weren't given more of role in and more time to review the township's latest master plan.

Could a toxic site be on your Philly block? New research reveals hidden hazards.

New research shows unregulated hazardous industrial sites are as thick as three per square block across Philadelphia, concentrated in many gentrifying neighborhoods.

UArts attracts $79 million for a maker space, rehearsal halls, a recording studio … and there’s a big dorm coming, too

A $25 million bequest from the late Campbell Soup heiress "Dodo" Hamilton kicked off the school's first-ever comprehensive campaign. "Drastic" change is afoot.

China-based WuXi AppTec to expand to fourth building in South Philly’s Navy Yard

Wayne-based Liberty Property Trust and Synterra Partners of Philadelphia, the Navy Yard's main developers, plan to break ground early next month on the 95,000-square-foot lab-and-office building.

Philly suburban homes with entertainment spaces that will make you want to stay home

If the weather ever forces us back inside, here are some houses where there's plenty to do and plenty of space to do it.

Pricey townhouses planned at former Lombard St. garage site near Rittenhouse Square

U.S. Construction aims have the four-story, 5,000-square-foot houses that make up what it calls the Moderna at Rittenhouse project ready for occupancy by August 2019.

Aging in place: Remodeling is allowing older couples to stay in their homes

After a five-month construction process, the couple have a new master bedroom, a new sun room, a new crafts room, and new bathroom all on their first floor.

Zell’s Equity Commonwealth nears Philly exit with 1735 Market office building listed for sale

The 1735 Market St. tower is the last remaining property in what had been a large portfolio of Philadelphia office buildings owned by Equity Commonwealth.

In Philly, a Market East penthouse on the market for $929,000

The Arch Street condo had a similar color palette and industrial touches that reminded them of home. But it also had something extra. "The kicker had to — had to — be the 750-square-foot terrace overlooking the city," the homeowner said.

Tiny houses: Three 750 square feet or under for sale in Philadelphia

These three Philadelphia homes offer 750 square feet or less — quite a bit cozier than the area's median size of 1,200 square feet.

Montgomery County home is adorned with finds from the Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show

Marta Adelson, who has been active in the committee that produces the juried craft show as a fund-raiser for the Art Museum, collected a number of pieces for her home in Merion Station.

Philly land prices plummet, as weakening housing market tightens purse strings

The drop comes as apartment landlords face a surge in supply that's already starting to tamp down rents, while homebuyers tighten their purse strings in the face of increasing interest rates and other headwinds.
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