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It has three bedrooms and 1.5 baths, as well as a lush little garden out front.
Welcome back to Curbed Comparisons, a dive into the options available for a certain price point in various Philly neighborhoods. Today’s price point: $1,200 a month.
There’s a really wide range between more than a dozen neighborhoods, a sign of a healthy housing market, according to a new report.
AJR Endeavors told Cobbs Creek residents their plans for the rehab of properties tied to the 1985 MOVE bombing.
AJR Endeavors, LLC plans to rehabilitate all 36 homes that were shoddily rebuilt by the city after the bombing.
Does living near the El make housing values skyrocket? The answer is a little unclear depending on the neighborhood.
The Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority has issued an RFP, seeking a developer to buy and redevelop 36 properties involved in the infamous MOVE bombing that occurred more than 30 years ago.
The historic cemetery has been abandoned since closing in 2011, falling into disrepair. A local photographer recently made a trip to Mount Moriah to document its current state.
Philadelphia earns the number spot for the first time ever, thanks to its density of single-family rowhomes. Plus: The top 5 neighborhoods to go trick-or-treating in this city.
From an entire rowhouse in West Philly to a small studio in the heart of Center City, there's a good mix of rental options for $1,000/month right now. But which one is the best deal?