For five years, they used their new home at Arrowhead Lake as a weekend getaway from their primary residence in Montgomery County. But for the last year, they have lived there full time and hope to age...
As South Street and Washington Avenue are beginning to see a pickup in new development, Brooklyn-based Heights Capital Partners is planning to build ten townhouses between the corridors at South Broad and Fitzwater Streets.
Burlington City's lofty plans to build luxury apartments along the Delaware River and to improve landscaping on the promenade have sparked mixed emotions.
Given the arguments and issues on both sides, how Council proceeds on the construction tax is anyone's guess, but the good news is there is little disagreement on the importance of affordable housing; now it comes down to resolving the best way to pay for it.
The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention's Out of the Darkness Overnight Walk in Philadelphia on Saturday drew an estimated 1,700 people, who came to grieve and celebrate the lives of those they lost.
Feibush's decision to move on from the property after razing it marks the the latest curveball in the year-long feud over the fate of the 1890s-built Bella Vista church.
For their new penthouse, Steve Poses and Christina Sterner wanted their kitchen and dining room set up to be an asset to his culinary creativity.
Warmer weather calls for a splashy escape, whether to the Shore or to the roof. We wondered about what an apartment with a pool would run you this summer. If these three are any indication, the answer is: a pretty penny.
The Griffin, Naval Square and 1919 Market are the top rated rental buildings in Philadelphia, according to a survey by VeryApt.
These three Barnegat Light homes - either on East Seaview Avenue or Seaview Avenue proper - feature big-time prices and big-time amenities.
The six-bedroom fixer-upper was renovated little by little over the years.
"My company looks for the gems that haven't been stripped of their original beauty so that my team and I can restore them with as much of the original integrity as possible," said Candice Conrad, owner of CMC Home Builders,.
One surprise is the top grade grabber of the 11 dimensions: public transit with an A+. Recreation received an A-, and social life rated a B+. On the other end of the spectrum, schools received an F, and taxes and crime both ranked a D.