From spectacular holiday light shows to entire Philly blocks adorned in twinkling bulbs, prepare to be dazzled by these holiday lights.
Philly isn’t often recognized for its Art Deco architecture. But that doesn’t mean it doesn’t have some stunning examples of the ornamental style.
Much of the architect’s work met the wrecking ball in the 20th century. But a great deal of Frank Furness’s buildings remain standing in Philly. Here are 10 works that best show off that iconic Furness flair.
While living on the Square is certainly posh today, it doesn’t mean nearly the same thing as it did in the 19th century.
It’s a two-bed, 2.5-bath
Two bed, two bath
As the neighborhood grows and changes, some worry about a loss of identity.
And they’re officially taking reservations
Look in greater Center City neighborhoods if you want to get from point A to point B by foot.
Take a look inside
Step inside one of the neighborhood’s nicest spots
From Brewerytown to Northern Liberties
It has 2 beds and 1.5 baths
Built in 1860, the home is a picture of luxury
See it until March 10
The project is on track, with plans to wrap up in 2021
Each room has its own floor
From studio apartments to three-bed houses
For this week’s Curbed Comparisons, we venture to Rittenhouse Square, Grays Ferry, Francisville, Port Richmond, and Spruce Hill to see what $1,300 rents right now.
It’s really something
It’s only a couple blocks from the square
From Logan Square to NoLibs
The exterior is decorated with Mercer tile
From three-bed houses to studio apartments
From West Philly to South Philly, there’s a lot of variety
From checking out studios with a cocktail in hand, to attending lectures on futuristic design, there are a lot of options this week
From one to three-bed places.
The long-awaited tower is will be the tallest high-rise apartment tower in the city.
The home has three beds and several contemporary style elements.
This summer, ad space was sold on trash cans around Philly, and some people objected.
Trash cans decked out with loud yellow ads have been turned into art pieces by local artists, thanks to a group of Philadelphians.
The adaptive reuse project at 2110-2108 Walnut Street is wrapping up by the end of the year.
The tower was designed by Southern Land Company and received LEED certification
The high-rise is scheduled to break ground in September or October, delivering condos that reach 9,000 square feet at $15 million.
From University City to Old City.
There are more than enough options at this price point
There’s a bath in a bay window, too
From Fishtown to Rittenhouse