Philadelphia Affordable Housing
The project brings four buildings to the site
Meanwhile, the number of homes on the market fell
The program is for Philadelphia residents exclusively, and aims to combat rising house costs.
It’s designed like a mini skyscraper—at only 38 feet tall
From street sweeping to money for affordable housing measures
Following a report on poverty in Philly
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Another amendment to LOOP
The bill requires landlords to have a good cause before evicting tenants
The construction tax bill has been replaced with a plan to bring $70 million in for affordable housing.
The third phase of the $30 million project near Temple brings affordable rental homes to North Central Philly.
The task force came up with 17 suggestions on how to bring down the high rate of evictions in Philly.
The bill narrowly passed following public comment both opposing and supporting it Thursday.
The bill was introduced at a meeting Thursday
Details of the project were revealed at the meeting
The four-story building is an atypical affordable housing project in more ways than one, aiming to help stabilize single moms and their families all in one place.
The article put Philly’s affordable housing crisis in the spotlight and reactions were swift.
After getting off to a complicated, rocky start, construction has officially begun on the first LGBTQ housing project of its kind in Pennsylvania, the Gloria Casarez Residence in North Philly.
Three big residential projects got the green light from the city’s design committee, collectively pushing 253 units forward at the Civic Design Review’s last meeting of the year.
After Monday’s public hearing that stretched more than five hours, City Council’s committee on rules decided to delay a public meeting and vote on the proposed mixed-income housing bill until Tuesday, December 5.
A new bill would require developers to include affordable housing in projects of a certain size. Here’s a breakdown of the bill ahead of the public hearing.
The abandoned school is now The Lural Lee Blevins Veterans Center, a home for formerly homeless veterans and individuals.
The design lab is the city’s latest effort to improve the experiences of its residents when interacting with the city’s services. It will first zero in on the Office of Homeless Services and the Department of Revenue.
Construction on the $17M adaptive reuse project is underway at the blighted school that has been closed for a decade. Here’s what to expect when it reopens in 2018.
The 27-person team will study and make a plan to combat an "underreported crisis in our city."
Presby’s Inspired Life recently broke ground on two developments
The mixed-income housing development is unexpectedly still looking for tenants
For $1.7 million, Project HOME is set to acquire the land needed to build the first LGBTQ affordable housing development of its kind in Pennsylvania.
A new report finds that the number of cost-burdened renters or households living in sub-par conditions is on the rise.
They spend more than half of their paychecks on monthly rent.