Thursday, August 28, 2014
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When Kathleen Jamieson and her late husband purchased a rundown ranch house in Malvern in 1997, they had planned to start from scratch and make their own creation.
Burlington City officials gathered in a gravel lot on the Delaware on Tuesday to cheer ambitious plans for a community rebirth they hoped would mirror that of Bethlehem, Pa., after the steel plant there closed - though without a casino.
Brothers to turn warehouse into condos in Mt. Airy
Check out plans for a $400 million penthouse in Monaco.
Video: World's Most Expensive Apartment
Breaking into the home equity nest egg is becoming a very real possibility for more Americans as home prices rise.
On the Market: ‘The Dragon’ in Queen Village
The Seibert brothers are green builders entering new territory, literally, by renovating a former Mount Airy warehouse down the block from the famed Weavers Way market.
Since crisis, rentals have risen in real estate market
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The two brothers were being held, bound, and beaten in a garage behind a Southwest Philadelphia house when their captors allowed one to make a phone call, law enforcement sources say.