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Northern Liberties bi-level with plenty of brick and light asks $295K

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18 simple ways to live green in Philly

From planting a free tree to purifying with plants, here are more than a dozen tips, big and small, to help make your home, neighborhood, and city more sustainable.

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The TV issue

The homes we see on TV are mirrors of—and inspirations for—our own

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The best pumpkin-picking patches near Philly

Sure, you could just grab a gourd on your way out of the grocery store, but where's the fun—and hard work—in that? We've put together some of the best pumpkin-pickin' spots within a two hour's drive of Philly.

Minimalist and modern Graduate Hospital home wants $885K

It has plenty of white and wood

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11 fantastic buildings by Frank Furness in Philly

Much of the architect’s work met the wrecking ball in the 20th century. But a great deal of Frank Furness’s buildings remain standing in Philly. Here are 10 works that best show off that iconic Furness flair.

The lost mansions of Rittenhouse Square

While living on the Square is certainly posh today, it doesn’t mean nearly the same thing as it did in the 19th century.

Chic Center City condo with coffered ceilings wants $325K

It’s a one-bed, one-bath

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The 23 best things to do in Philadelphia with kids

We searched the city to find the best family-friendly activities in Philadelphia, from top-notch museums to fairytale playgrounds.

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Will Midtown Village leave the Gayborhood behind?

As the neighborhood grows and changes, some worry about a loss of identity.

Your basic tenant rights in Philly, explained

Though it can seem like your landlord has all the bargaining power, that's not always true. Here’s what you need to know as a renter.

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The 11 most Instagrammable places in Philly

The city is more Instagram-worthy than you think

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The Curbed Guide to the Jersey Shore

There’s more to the region than boardwalk funnel cake.

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A beginner's guide to renting in Philly

From finding a new crib to insuring it, here’s everything you need to know to be a successful renter in Philly.

Elegant Fitler Square rowhome with plenty of space asks $1.6M

There’s a lap pool, elevator, and patio

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A beginner’s guide to Philly modernism

The architects and structures that shaped the 20th-century style—and the fate of their legacy.

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Louis Kahn’s Shapiro House in Penn Valley lists for $1M

Only owned and lived in by one family

Sleek Passyunk Square home with tin ceilings, lots of light wants $625K

Three beds, three baths

Condo development planned for site of iconic Painted Bride building

In the midst of a legal battle over the space

City launches Chestnut Street loading zone project to cut down on congestion

Along with new parking restrictions

In Jeffersonville, midcentury modern gem with treetop views asks $425K

It has four beds and four baths

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Paradise in limbo: The trouble with saving the Jersey Shore’s Googie motels

Wildwood’s time-capsule motels reveal the risk of preservation at all costs

Philly ranks third worst city for drivers, study says

And one of the most expensive in terms of parking

Peek inside adaptive reuse project, The Civic

With 88 apartments in a former hospital.

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Free things to do in Philly over Labor Day weekend

From boat rides on the Schuylkill to free admission to museums, there’s plenty to do and see if you’re sticking around Philly for the long weekend.

Philly sidewalks are dangerous for people with disabilities, lawsuit says

The suit claims the city is violating ADA laws

Chic Rittenhouse home with tons of curb appeal asks $739K

It’s a two-bed, 2.5-bath

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The ultimate 2019 guide to Parks on Tap

The popular mobile beer garden returns this month.

8 Philly-area cabins to rent this fall

Some are close to lakes and streams, others are secluded in the woods. But they’re all cozy enough for fall. Enjoy your escape!

Bright Point Breeze home has lots of exposed brick for $575K

It’s a three-bed, three-bath

Developers reveal renderings for Schuylkill Yards towers

They’ll reach 500 and 350 feet tall

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Philly’s best parks to BBQ and picnic

Not all city folks are so lucky to have a patio or backyard to host an epic cookout. That's where this handy map can help.

In Mount Airy, a striking Queen Anne Victorian for $445K

With lots of oak details

State awards $2M for solar equipment at future LNG plant

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13 non-touristy places in Philly to take your out-of-town relatives

They're much less touristy than your typical spots, but still offer that typical Philly experience.

In Chestnut Hill, repurposed 1900s carriage house wants $810K

It’s got old and new charm

Developer scales down Old City project to six-story building

From 19 to six stories

Luxe Lower Merion Tudor wants $3.65M

It has a wine cellar and carriage house

Empty lot across from Pats and Genos may become apartments

Zoning permits were issued last month

Renovated condo in 1800s Chestnut Hill building wants $1.6M

It’s an adaptive reuse project with some original aspects

Cristo Rey High School wraps up $40M North Philly campus

Including the renovation of an old factory

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11 quiet Philly spots when you just need to be alone

Winter is the perfect time to take in some quiet, contemplative nature. Walk around, read a book, and most of all, be alone in these thoughtful, gorgeous locations.