At 5,000 square feet and $2.5 million or more, these three estates are massive in every sense.
A canine on the front door knocker guards Joe and Elena Cappella’s home with a menacing scowl. The canine basking in the sun behind the glass storm door is more sweet-tempered.
A bill moving through the New Jersey legislature could put the brakes on the service.
Nearly 63 percent of Americans are confident they will be able to afford a house someday. But what's stopping them now? Affording a down payment is the most significant obstacle — even more than debt or job insecurity, a study by Zillow and Ipsos found.
From Philly to Wayne, a look at this weekend's area open houses.
Members voted to void the so-called density bonuses for projects in an area bounded by Walnut and Lombard Streets, between Eighth Street and the Delaware River, after residents said they were allowing development that’s out of scale for their neighborhood.
Researchers compared the density of job openings in education with median area salary and median prices for one-bedroom apartments.
The move comes amid a wave of development that has resulted in the loss of historically designated buildings such as the Boyd Theatre and that is imperiling properties in the path of planned construction, including a large swath of the storied Jewelers Row shopping street.
The owners were drawn to the contemporary design and the 200-year-old oak tree on the property, but there was work to be done.
PMC Property Group’s proposal calls for 32- and 28-story towers with space for retail tenants that are to include a large supermarket.
Today the neighborhood boasts median sales prices of about $187,000.
The telecom giant plans to vacate the former Bell Atlantic Tower, now known as Three Logan Square, by the end of the year.
Where the grounds are meticulously manicured, the landscaping is perfect, and the shady groves look made for Instagramming.
The Philadelphia City Planning Commission is scheduled to consider legislation Tuesday that incorporates limits demanded by the group while changing provisions in area’s zoning to permit such a sign.
So often, when the kids leave, the parents decamp south and downsize into small, maintenance-free homes with first-floor master suites. Ellyn Spragins and John Witty didn't.