From Rittenhouse Square to the Rodin Museum, many Philly landmarks are tied to the French architect
There are more splash pads to cool down in Philly than just pools, and Curbed Philly's put together a list of the best of them for you. So grab a towel, the kids, and head on out. It's only gonna get hotter.
There have been a lot of changes in the past few years
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Perfect for both exhibitionist criers and meek weepers alike, we’ve compiled a list of public spots to let out a good wail from the chaotic comfort of Reading Terminal Market to the private solace in the depths of the Navy Yard.
From boating and beer, to history and culture, here’s everything you can do this weekend.
Now, a new interactive map lets you see just how much trash and litter your neighborhood has, just by entering your address.
According to an interactive map called Gap Finder, about 16 percent of Philadelphia households are underserved by public transit.
A new map published by fitness tracker Strava offers a fascinating peek into how and where people exercise all over the world, including right here in Philly.
Biking through any city can be nerve-racking. Now, a new map reveals exactly how stressful it is to bike in Philly and beyond.
Atlas, the City of Philadelphia’s new online mapping tool, provides deeds, 311 info, and historic images of properties all in one place.
Philly is the first city to partner with the Google Street View Trekker Project, which allowed the documentation of some 400 miles of trails, plus sites and attractions.
A Next City analysis highlights the progress in Philly’s 55 neighborhoods over the course of five years.
Plus: The top five zip codes with the most industrial land available
Pew’s latest report reveals some eye-popping stats about housing in Philly.
Google Earth Engine has launched an interactive timelapse that pieces together 5 million satellite images around the world, including Philly from 1984 to today.
Plus: An interactive map that reveals your neighborhood’s character, median age of buildings, historic landmarks, and more.
A new interactive created by a local consultant visualizes where Indego bikeshare users ride their bike, the most popular routes, and more.
Although Philadelphia voted overwhelming for Hillary Clinton in the presidential election, Donald Trump did win two wards and performed well in others, as well.
The timelapse map pinpoints where demolition and new construction permits have been issued from August 2003 through October 2016.
The Bicycle Coalition of Philadelphia is encouraging people to "bike the strike" during the SEPTA strike. They’ve put together a helpful map to make the commute a little easier.
Local real estate experts described certain neighborhoods as "best" or "hazardous," typically based on the neighborhood’s racial makeup in a discriminatory process called redlining.
For everyone who’s excited for sweater weather and fall foliage, definitely bookmark this map that reveals when and where fall foliage in Pennsylvania is expected to peak.
Welcome to West Shore. Despite its name, it’s not a beach town in Orange County. It’s the smallest neighborhood in Philadelphia that sits right on the edge of the Schuylkill River.
Park(ing) Day, one of the coolest annual events in Philly, returns today when dozens of parking spots will be transformed into mini parks. Here’s a regularly updated map with all of the participating parklets.
The coalition and Azavea released this week an updated map highlighting major and fatal crashes in Philadelphia, and the 7th District came out on top. But there’s a twist.
The Philadelphia City Planning Commission has released its new and improved 2016 Philadelphia Bike Map, revealing every bike lane, Indego bikeshare station, and sharrow throughout the city.
If you haven't already heard of Parkadelphia, get thee to a computer/smart phone/tablet and bookmark it now. The life-saving (really!) app has everything you need to know about parking in Philly.
One look at all of the cranes dotting Philly's skyline makes it clear that the city is in the middle of a building boom. Yet a new report reveals that Philadelphia's expansion rate has actually decreased significantly over the past 50 or so years.
Philly's ongoing building boom doesn't only include luxury high-rises and skyscrapers. Plenty of the city's cultural institutions are currently under construction, from historic hotels to iconic museums to 21st century libraries.
And a recent report by City Observatory reveals that concentrated poverty in Philly and across the country is spreading. Neighborhoods with a poverty rate double the national average in 1970 stayed poor 75 percent of the time through 2010.
Before Fairmount Park became the green goliath it is today, much of its land was privately owned and served as a summer oasis for well-to-do Philadelphians. Here are 15 beautiful homes from that era that still stand today.
All across the country there are sacred spaces with for sale signs tacked onto their doors. Here, we've compiled a list of places of worship that are up for sale in Philly, from a $3 million church to a quaint little chapel.