Since West Chester tops the list for most expensive suburban rentals in Apartment List's latest rent report, we decided to see what some of the most expensive units in the neighborhood looked like.
Built without a parking garage, 1213 Walnut has solved the problem of ride-hailing and truck deliveries.
New construction dots the northern reaches of 19123 zip code in Philadelphia, and conversions, flips and other renovations are rife throughout.
Kensington's 19123 zip code was ranked fourth in RentCafe's survey. Point Breeze was eighth.
Experts at an N.J. Future conference and local entrepreneurs agree that bricks-and-mortar retail establishments can succeed in traditional Garden State downtowns.
Regular people - that is, those who don't know anything about construction or inspections - can spot a potential money pit the first time they tour a house. If they're savvy shoppers, they can avoid heartache of falling in love with a house only to have to dive into endless and expensive projects.
"We wanted a house that looks like a Frank Lloyd Wright house, but we didn't want it to be so modern that it could be dated in 20 years," the owner says. Their house seamlessly connects kitchen, living room and dining room, as well as indoor-to-outdoor living space.
Here are three places you "get away" without really getting away. These three log cabins in or near Philadelphia range from the fairly affordable to luxury.
These homes - each painted in a shade of green - boast rare curb appeal for this coming weekend (or perhaps for the next Eagles' season).
The 4,200-square-foot home and studio on 3.7 acres in Glenmoore evolved out of an 1867 one-room schoolhouse.
The Horsham-based builder has filed an appeal in the Chester County Court of Pleas, arguing that it should not have been denied the right to build more than 300 homes on Crebilly Farm in Chester County.
HOW Group real-estate in Conshohocken wants to give away more homes than Habitat for Humanity.
Four native Philadelphians talk about what made their house a home: art, literature, music, china closets, lace tablecloths, debates around the kitchen table.