The new owner of a Queen Village house figures out just how complicated it is to move into a Trinity rowhome.
The new owner of a Trinity realizes that too many chefs in the kitchen can be a bad thing—especially working within 776 square feet.
In the next installment of Renovation Diary, Trinity owner RoseAnn Hill explains why she hired an architect and details the design plans for every floor.
As our Renovation Diary series begins, an out-of-towner dives into her latest home renovation project in Philly.
Including the renovation of an old factory
Funded by the tax on sweetened beverages
The building was most recently used for Immigration and Customs Enforcement offices
Take a look inside
A permit calls for a five-story addition
The building will be renovated for tenants including CHOP and UPenn
Checking in with the historic renovation project
The project would include residential units and office space
It’s undergone some updates since 2015
The DIY project uncovered historic details and an overlooked beauty
The exterior is decorated with Mercer tile
It’s a four-bed place
It’s a three-bed spot
The long-awaited space has been opening this past week
Stir opens to the public today
It’s a 5-bed place with columns and tons of windows
The 180-year-old fountain will soon have light shows
The home has seen a total interior change, with more exposed brick and beam.
The multi-unit property dates back to 1896, and offers a chance to rent out rooms.
The long-closed 18th century bank could see a new life as a museum.