From 19 to six stories
Take a look inside
A sky view of a long-awaited project
The building was home to the popular diner for 40 years
With 272 apartments on Dock Street
Checking in with the historic renovation project
It’s a six-room boutique hotel
The building would include a cafe and 64 rooms
The western portion of the building was sold but the eastern section remains, and may be turned into a hotel or residences.
Once a "seedy" place, owners hope for a revival
Rooms will be 170 square feet
The folks behind Lokal Hotel transformed this 1960s A-frame not far from Philly into a picture-perfect getaway.
An extended-stay hotel is going to set up shop on five floors of the second, taller apartment tower at East Market.
Fitler Club will join Aramark on the Schuylkill, bringing a boutique hotel, restaurant, fitness center, and more to 2400 Market.
From historic haunts to swoon-worthy boutiques, Philly has an abundance of hotels to choose from at every budget, style, and location.
A casino and hotel project that’s long been in the works for South Philly has cleared its latest legal hurdle, meaning the project could begin construction in South Philly as early as 2018.
The new home-sharing service takes the awkwardness out of asking your best friend, "Can my parents crash at your place for the night?"
Stayawhile, a global network of furnished and high-end apartments designed for medium-length stays, has launched in the heart of Philly’s Old City neighborhood.
The Touraine apartment building has opened one of its doors for overnight guests with the launch of No. 108, a family-friendly sleepover suite on the first floor of the 13-story building.
The proposed tower is skinnier and taller than the original proposal and will bring 56 condos to the corner.
Peek inside the 179-room hotel in the historic tower on North Broad before its August 31 opening.
The hotel is prepping for its 2018 opening and is expected to be the tallest hotel in the U.S.
From extended stays to AirBnb’s, these new hotels boast some truly beautiful interiors.
It’s been four years since the hotel was announced.
The design duo behind Jersey Ice Cream Co. worked with local team Postgreen Homes to transform this historic building into a modern-industrial boutique hotel.
Post Green Homes and Jersey Ice Cream Co. are behind the project that involves rehabbing and renovating a historic building. It’s being called the first "invisible service" hotel in Philly.
The proposed boutique hotel on Frankford Avenue also calls for a rooftop pool with an overhang over Leopard Street. Residents will vote on the pool overhang tonight.
Renderings of the planned Hyatt Centric Hotel at the Little Pete's diner, as well as six other big-time projects, have been released ahead of the Civic Design Review on October 4. Here's a preview of all seven design proposals.