After her husband's death, Marsha Dollinger decided to keep her family home in Cherry Hill. It's become a place her daughters and their families can come together.
A renovation of the Port Richmond home uncovered a brick wall that had been covered with an ad for the Bloch Brothers Chew and Smoke Mail Pouch Tobacco Company.
Yard sales aren't just a good way to bring in money. They can be a rewarding chance to declutter your home, recycle, and give back to the community by making clothes and home goods available at secondhand prices.
Philadelphia has more than three parking spaces per household, a recent study found. Yet parking remains one of the largest complaints among Philadelphians.
Philadelphia's Department of Licenses & Inspections can be a powerful force for preservation when it puts it mind to it.
The Old City condo was first a telegraph office in the 19th century, then a textile factory and an insurance office, before undergoing renovations in the early 2000s to convert the building to residences.
The overwhelming choice in toilets is still white or biscuit, but black is No. 3, and it seems to be getting more attention these days.
Apartment List's study found - unsurprisingly - that the amenities most sought-after by renters are not necessarily the ones most easily found.
After more than a year of controversy and high-profile altercations, the historic church in Bella Vista is finally coming down.
Harry Simons found a former two-story warehouse that had "good bones but no residential features" in Olde Richmond and hired architects to transform it into a home that would "maintain the openness and rawness of the existing building."
These three apartments offer renters the coveted ability to wash their unmentionables without scrounging for quarters or passive-aggressively trading notes about neighbors in a communal laundry room.
Whether you call the overall space a balcony (balcón in Spanish) or a porch (galería), these living spaces offer a Philly remix to cultural and architectural heritage that's singular to the Latino Caribbean diaspora.
Many sellers don't realize that getting rid of their house likely will cost them thousands of dollars. Here's what to expect.