Big changes are coming to the Delaware River Waterfront. Everything from an 11-acre park at Penn’s Landing to a massive residential village in Pennsport.
To celebrate MLK Day, we put together this map of all the places that he left his mark in and around Philly, from Girard College to a rowhouse in Camden.
Renderings for the station have been released.
A 500-acre island once slated for a hotel and golf course has been preserved into perpetuity as a park instead. How did that happen?
After 16 troubled years, the Campbell’s Stadium on Camden’s waterfront will be demolished to make way for athletic fields.
A new analysis finds that the housing market in Philadelphia’s suburbs decelerated in the third quarter and remains sluggish compared to city homes.
The latest housing market report shows signs of a recovering suburban housing market. But we’ve seen this rise and fall before.
The midcentury modern architect led the "earth-sheltered environments" movement, in which homes were built partially underground.
A new report finds that the housing market gap between Philly and suburban has never been greater.
The office tower will house three companies and is expected to be the tallest building on the waterfront.
Developers have announced that construction will immediately begin on the Robert A.M. Stern-designed master plan for the Camden Waterfront. First up: American Water Works’ headquarters.
The civil rights leader apparently lived in a now-dilapidated rowhome in Camden while studying in seminary in the 1950s. Local activists now are campaigning to have the home designated historic, with the support of the mayor and a congressman.
The ambitious $830 million plan to transform Camden's waterfront has been approved by New Jersey's Economic Development Authority—with a few changes.