It looks a lot different now than 70 years ago
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People walked, biked, and drew on the pavement
Photos will show what the city looked like in the 1800s and 1900s
It’s the waterfront’s tallest new construction, bringing office space to Camden.
To help ring in spring
A sky view of a long-awaited project
Check out the newly completed center from dizzying new heights
The show lives up to its 2019 theme: Flower Power
It’s a six-room boutique hotel
The annual New Years Day parade is awash with color
The long-awaited space has been opening this past week
Trash cans decked out with loud yellow ads have been turned into art pieces by local artists, thanks to a group of Philadelphians.
The Philadelphia Eagles clinched their first Super Bowl win in franchise history against the Patriots Sunday night, and Philly celebrated in true fashion, taking to the streets, poles, bus stations, and more.
The city’s buildings and landmarks showed off their Philly pride this weekend by lighting up green for the Eagles.
The Lincoln Square mixed-use development still has a ways to go, but already the project has completely transformed the corner of South Broad and Washington Avenue.
This new map layer in Google Earth shows how sea level rise will affect certain areas of Philly down the road
From Gallery Mall to Rittenhouse Square, here’s how Philadelphia used to deck its halls during the holidays.
After closing up shop for more than a year, four branches of the Free Library of Philadelphia are opening their doors once again looking better, brighter, and even more beautiful than before.
The 60-story tower has surpassed the 973-foot-tall Comcast Center, becoming the city’s first supertall.
Philly hosted the first Thanksgiving parade ever in 1920, inspiring cities and stores around the country to do the same. Take a look back at some of the fun floats and participants from way back when.
Philadelphia: Finding the Hidden City peels back the layers on Philly’s iconic and lesser-known buildings and places
The 34-story Alexander tower, designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects (RAMSA) and BLT Architects, is almost ready for its closeup.
This year’s second annual Philly Free Streets featured a three-and-a-half-mile route that extended from 3rd and Chestnut to 5th and Indiana in Fairhill, encouraging exploration and additional foot traffic for a more diverse cross-section of the city.
The private lifestyle club is a lesson in luxury, with an indoor pool, movie theater, tasting room, and 5,000-square-foot terrace.