The vote came after multiple residents spoke both in support and opposition Thursday.
The architects and structures that shaped the 20th-century style—and the fate of their legacy.
The DRWC has received a grant from the William Penn Foundation
Wildlife refuges, museums, and brewing companies to consider visiting when you’re not at the beach.
The new $1 minimum will be easier for short-term riders and riders using cash.
Inspired by the Bauhaus movement, the Arthaus tower replaces an earlier plan for the site.
A couple works to build a house that can weather the next Hurricane Sandy.
There are more splash pads to cool down in Philly than just pools, and Curbed Philly's put together a list of the best of them for you. So grab a towel, the kids, and head on out. It's only gonna get hotter.
Wildwood’s time-capsule motels reveal the risk of preservation at all costs
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Developer Ori Feibush said he has tried to save parts of the factory
It’s got two beds and two baths
Drexel Square Park is the first part of the $3.5B project to open
On July 31, the first round of cards bought in 2016 will expire.
It’s from the late 1800s
For California-based company, Iovance
The project calls for single and multi-family homes
Three beds, all connecting to those crazy views
A second Philly location for the group
It’s a four-bed, 1.5-bath place
95 percent of residents live within walking distance of a park
The home has six bedrooms and 3.5 baths
Big changes are coming to the Delaware River Waterfront. Everything from an 11-acre park at Penn’s Landing to a massive residential village in Pennsport.
Bungalow is the newest iteration of a growing trend—co-living in Philly.
Philadelphians re-elected Jim Kenney and voted for traffic police at Tuesday’s election.