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Everyone loves having that one glorious piece of furniture to show off in their home—especially when it's one of a kind. So behold: 18 awesome furniture stores in Philadelphia that can help you find your dream couch, coffee table, bar cart, etc.
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.
We searched the city to find the best family-friendly activities in Philadelphia, from top-notch museums to fairytale playgrounds.
From finding a new crib to insuring it, here’s everything you need to know to be a successful renter in Philly.
In the midst of a legal battle over the space
From 19 to six stories
And they’re officially taking reservations
Bungalow is the newest iteration of a growing trend—co-living in Philly.
It tops off at 650 square feet
A-Frames are making a comeback. Here are five A-Frame cabins you can rent within a two hour’s drive from Philly.
Look in greater Center City neighborhoods if you want to get from point A to point B by foot.
Inside the new space, which offers green space for visitors, retail, and apartments.
The popular, pedestrian-focused event returns this August
From a new construction in Brewerytown, to an Old City home with a factory feel
Lots of character and sleek new renovations
It’s got 2 beds and 2 baths
It’s a six-room boutique hotel
It’s a spacious one-bed home
There’s a lot to look at if you have the money
We delved into the history and rebirth of Philly spaces—and the people behind them
There’s a lot of variety
It blends art deco and industrial styles
From three-bed houses to studio apartments
Everything you need to know
It’s 619 square feet
A peek inside the apartment building
It’s a one-bed, one-bath
The 180-year-old fountain will soon have light shows
From checking out studios with a cocktail in hand, to attending lectures on futuristic design, there are a lot of options this week
In a narrow 5-4 vote, the building was not listed among the city’s historic places.
From a spacious Mt. Airy twin to a cozy Fishtown rowhome.
The long-closed 18th century bank could see a new life as a museum.
From West Philly and four bedrooms, to a one-bed place in Center City with stunning views.
The home has one bath and a large kitchen.
We talked to the director of the Betsy Ross house about how historic Philly sites combine "play" with education, allowing kids to interact with their urban environment, both present and past.
From University City to Old City.
From three bedroom homes to one bedroom spaces.
It has a number of industrial design elements