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Developers reveal renderings for Schuylkill Yards towers

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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.

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New ‘universal design’ guide wants to make public spaces pleasant for all

The American Society of Landscape Architects’s guide lays out best practices for designing inclusive streets, parks, playgrounds, and more.

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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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We're building great things, and we need your talent.

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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.

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Will Midtown Village leave the Gayborhood behind?

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

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

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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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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

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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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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.

Stunning Rittenhouse Condo has updated interior for $2.3 M

Two bed, two bath

Free Streets 2019: photos that captured the carless event

People walked, biked, and drew on the pavement

Chestnut Street Bridge closing for one year of construction

It’s part of a $103.6 million project

SEPTA’s ‘Trolley Tunnel Blitz’ returns with route disruptions

The 10-day event allows SEPTA to do repairs

City plans public restrooms in Kensington after Hepatitis A outbreak

The outbreak was declared a public health emergency

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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

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11 ways to get out on the water in Philly this summer

We've rounded up the top spots where you can get out on the water within city limits (legally, mind you), whether you're looking for a quiet canoe trip or just to dip your toes in the water.

City erects its first statue of an African American girl in South Philly

Inspired by Ora Washington

278-unit project is latest in Kensington development boom

The project brings four buildings to the site

Luxury Logan Square penthouse has industrial touches for $975K

Two-bed, two-bath and a roof deck

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Hidden gems of Independence National Historical Park

But there is a lot more to the national park than Independence Hall or the Liberty. In fact, there are 55 acres of Independence National Historical Park to explore, if you just know where to look.

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The ultimate 2019 guide to Parks on Tap

The popular mobile beer garden returns this month.

Live in an eclectic mid-century ‘time capsule’ for $475K

Mirrored walls, floor-to-ceiling windows, and so much more

SEPTA turns to solar powered train signals as part of sustainability efforts

The signals will help make the lines safer during severe weather events

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10 Philly landmarks designed by Paul Philippe Cret

From Rittenhouse Square to the Rodin Museum, many Philly landmarks are tied to the French architect

Two apartment buildings with art studios planned for empty Kensington lots

The lots have been empty for over a decade

City releases plan to combat increasingly hot summers

Many lower income neighborhoods face the highest temperatures

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22 small towns near Philly you need to visit in 2019

There's so much to see and do in Philly, but we get it: Sometimes you just need to get away. So good thing there are plenty of charming small towns scattered within two hours of this city that make for easy day trips or overnight stays.

City holds first ribbon cutting on Rebuild project

Funded by the tax on sweetened beverages

Sunny Queen Village townhouse with parking wants $890K

It was built just over a decade ago

Philly’s median rent, home values, both increased in 2019

Meanwhile, the number of homes on the market fell

Beyoncé dance class and more: a guide to Free Streets 2019

All the programming you can expect to see along North Broad this year

Airport line, other Regional Rail lines to be disrupted during SEPTA repairs

The repairs focus on the area between 30th and University City stations

Industrial loft in Fishtown’s Candy Factory building wants $445K

A two-bed, one-bath

Boutique hotel opens in historic City Hall Annex

With 499 rooms and a "notary" theme

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Here’s where to watch and play bocce this summer

It may not have originated here, but bocce ball is an extremely popular Philly activity.