These three homes, each listed for over $4 million, have the finishes to match their price points.
Conshohocken is a Montgomery County borough that grew from a mill town into a burgeoning suburban business community with a variety of housing options.
Micro-units are trendy now, but will future generations want to live in spaces that are so small?
Long plagued by its shuttered Bala Theatre and too many vacant storefronts, Bala Ave. is getting a new lease on life from a developer investing over $100 million in residential/retail projects that will put more feet on the street.
Sue Gausch and Mark Beekman tackle their Phoenixville house with a perfect match of interests and aptitudes. He does carpentry and drywall; she handles interior design.
Set for completion in 2018, the $350 million Rowan Boulevard project may knit town and gown together.
More than a year before the planned opening of their revamped version of the Gallery at Market East, the site's developers have retired the project's Fashion Outlets moniker, along with their plan to develop the property as an emporium of outlet stores.
A new survey from credit monitor Experian suggests that home ownership is not part of the plan for a growing segment of Americans.
Scott and Renay Shaw were drawn to Headhouse Court as much for the sense of community as the home itself.
The acquisition is Dalzell's first in Philadelphia.
With the median listing price in Longport borough at $795,000 the community on Absecon Island is chockablock with beautiful houses on manicured land
Median listing prices have been steadily rising in the Fort Washington area, sitting at about $619,000.
Under the deal, Hunt will secure a long-term interest in Pennrose's future developments, while Pennrose takes on oversight for projects in Hunt's pipeline.
With zoning approval obtained, plans for 46 affordable, one-bedroom apartments for senior citizens are moving forward at a prominent South Broad Street site.
"We love it here," Esther Recio says. "We still have the walking lifestyle we like - going to restaurants, and the stores are all nearby. At least once a month we walk over to the Barnes Museum. It's been a great change."