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An inside look at the newly completed Fitler Club

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The best places to watch July Fourth fireworks in Philly

This is the ultimate map of 4th of July Fireworks in Philly. City-dwellers have two main choices: the Parkway on the 4th, or the Delaware Waterfront on June 29, July 1 and July 4. But there are plenty of places to catch the light shows all throughout the city.

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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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26 best things to do in Philly this spring

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The 23 best things to do in Philadelphia with kids

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‘The apartment was an ugly duckling’

An architect-author couple embraces their new home’s quirks—from porthole windows to exposed pipes—with a few clever tricks.

Explosion and fire burn through South Philly oil refinery

The incident was reported around 4 a.m.

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How to get to the Jersey Shore

By train, by bus, by car

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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

Reactions to the South Philly refinery explosion

Philadelphians documented the fire online

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15 places to stay on the Jersey Shore

Rustic tiny house in Cape May? Resort in Atlantic City? The choice is yours

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5 gorgeous Victorian homes for sale in Cape May

Prepare to be charmed by these 19th-century Victorians, from a massive bed and breakfast, to an expertly restored turn-of-the-century spot.

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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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Open Thread: What would you like to see at Graffiti Pier?

A beloved Philly fixture is becoming a park

In Wyndmoor, spacious stone gem wants $1.9M

It’s a five-bed, 5.5-bath home

19-story overlay project planned behind historic Society Hill buildings

The plan includes demolishing part of the existing historic buildings

Speed cameras are coming to Roosevelt Boulevard

Another step in the city’s Vision Zero Goal

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Making a modern beach house in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy

A couple works to build a house that can weather the next Hurricane Sandy.

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5 towns to visit on the Jersey Shore

Planning a trip down the shore? Here are some towns to consider

Two historic Burholme Victorians want $300K apiece

There are tons of stunning details inside

Philly’s public pools open for 2019 season

Here’s what to know about opening dates

New Comcast Tower, 3675 Market among recipients of ULI excellence award

Given by the Urban Land Institute

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Where to watch outdoor movies this summer in Philly

Why blow your money on popcorn and tickets when you can catch a free film and the great outdoors? You can find a park or outdoor venue showing a movie nearly every day of the week in Philly—and nearly all of them are free.

Council votes for PGW’s liquid natural gas plant in South Philly

The vote came after multiple residents spoke both in support and opposition Thursday.

What $300K buys in Philly right now

From a one-bed in Center City to a six-bed in West Mount Airy.

Germantown home has charm and potential for $230K

Five beds, two baths

DRWC seeking input as Graffiti Pier becomes public park

The DRWC has received a grant from the William Penn Foundation

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The ultimate 2019 guide to Parks on Tap

The popular mobile beer garden returns this month.

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Visiting the Jersey Shore? Here’s what you should do

Wildlife refuges, museums, and brewing companies to consider visiting when you’re not at the beach.

SEPTA lowers minimum key card load in response to customer feedback

The new $1 minimum will be easier for short-term riders and riders using cash.

Dranoff plans 47-story luxury residential tower at Broad and Spruce

Inspired by the Bauhaus movement, the Arthaus tower replaces an earlier plan for the site.

Check out the newly opened Drexel Square

The square is the first part of the long awaited Schuylkill Yards project

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Here's a map of places you should go splash in this summer

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.

Everything to know for Philly Pride 2019

Road closures, parade routes, and festival info

New Northern Liberties pod park aims to help revive the Piazza

It will include a giant robot sculpture, as well as food, drink, and retail vendors.

Remainder of Frankford Chocolate Factory to be demolished

Developer Ori Feibush said he has tried to save parts of the factory

In Cherry Hill, midcentury gem by Malcolm Wells wants $380K

It’s got two beds and two baths

Four Seasons Hotel plans late summer opening

And they’re officially taking reservations

Bright and cheery Society Hill spot wants $1.95M

It’s a four-bed, 3.5-bath place

First Schuylkill Yards project—a 1.3-acre park—is finally here

Drexel Square Park is the first part of the $3.5B project to open

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10 landmark LGBTQ sites to visit in Philly

Happy pride month! These are 10 spots in Philly where you can soak up some LGBTQ history

The first round of SEPTA Key cards are expiring. Here’s what to do

On July 31, the first round of cards bought in 2016 will expire.

Victorian gem in Tulpehocken Historic District wants $530K

It’s from the late 1800s

Here’s what you can rent for $1,100 in Philly

From studios to two-bed homes