Two high-end developers create a sideline to provide islands of affordability in Philadelphia's fast-changing neighborhoods.
The new, 33,360-square-foot space, surrounding the atrium above the 111 S. Independence Mall East building's ground-floor food hall, is scheduled to open early next year.
These multimillion-dollar properties boast luxury finishes like private humidors, elevators and dressing rooms as well as multiple acres of manicured grounds.
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The upgraded end unit in the Windrush community in Jamison offers lots of light and open space.
In the last 20 years major landmarks on Cherry Hill's west side have been demolished to make way for development projects. In the last two months, three more prominent locations have been cleared for construction.
The townhouses, which will be in Philadelphia's growing Bella Vista neighborhood, are expected to each have roof decks and parking garages.
Locust Hall in Jobstown, Burlington County, is run by the same family that owns the popular Johnson's Corner Farm in Medford.
Citing privacy, acoustics and boredom, some buyers are looking for closed or hybrid floor plans.
The 1,099-square-foot home in South Philadelphia's Newbold neighborhood also has energy-efficient appliances and utilities.
According to a report this month from Apartment List, renters get 84 more hours of sleep a year than homeowners because of very different "to do" lists.
If you can't buy your own deluxe apartment in the sky, you might as well rent it. These three Philadelphia penthouses come with luxury finishes and views and have price tags to match.
According to Apartment List, renters have reason for relief. But according to Abodo, renters may have less to rejoice over.