Philadelphia has more than three parking spaces per household, a recent study found. Yet parking remains one of the largest complaints among Philadelphians.
The improvements come at a time when developers are starting to take notice of Parkside's eponymous location and as residents organize to ensure they have input in changes coming down the road.
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 in place in the mountains.
Office specialist Arts & Crafts is buying up a vast array of properties north of Center City to create the right balance of work spaces, restaurants, homes, and entertainment venues.
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.
Online real estate listings are crucial to the housing market. Real estate photographer Kate Devlin walks the line to capture shots that are beautiful, but practical.
Cape May County's Avalon is known as one of the most affluent communities along the Jersey Shore, and the real estate listings bear that out.
Lansdowne's leaders are pushing an unusual growth plan for the 1.2-square-mile borough, imagining the borough as a kind of left bank community for painters, musicians, and art aficionados.
When Hurricane Sandy walloped the already dilapidated old Bayview Motel, the owners designed a new family home.
These three condos offer just a few hundred square feet of living space but pack in luxury amenities, as well as prime neighborhood locations.
The median rent for a one-bedroom apartment will set you back about $1,227 a month. But the high-end properties are quite a bigger and cost quite a bit more.
After a previous developer failed to get the support he needed, Sproul Road Developers LLC hopes to be the one to successfully redevelop a 213-acre tract of land in Marple Township. But some residents are having second thoughts.
Stoneleigh, the 42-acre Villanova estate belonging to the famously philanthropic Haas family, is the newest public garden in the Philadelphia region, which already calls itself - with more than 30 gardens within 30 miles of the city - "America's garden capital."