An opaque neighborhood group continues to pursue legal action to keep the former Polish Catholic church from being converted to apartments.
The former car showroom is the latest building to get the preservation treatment since the Divine Lorraine was brought back from the dead.
Built without a parking garage, 1213 Walnut has solved the problem of ride-hailing and truck deliveries.
Can you put stamped concrete over an existing concrete floor yourself? What if the space is a bathroom? Jennifer shares her tips on what to consider before trying this at home on your own, and gives some options to paint or glaze concrete floors.
With elected officials staying out of the fight over Temple's stadium proposal, North Philadelphia residents feel ignored and forgotten.
Would you rather have two sinks or more counter space? Jennifer shares her storage ideas and recommends vanities to help make small bathrooms appear larger.
Do crisp white bedding and black dogs go together? Why not? Here are some of Jennifer's ideas for how to help keep your bed clean and looking hotel picture perfect without a lot of extra hassle.
In 1953, the Mercantile Library on Chestnut Street was considered the most important new building in America.
Can Toll's generic, underdesigned tower be for real?
A new design by Philadelphia's KieranTimberlake attempts to humanize embassy design in the Age of Terror.
Thinking about a round dining table? Jennifer gives tips on how to choose the right size and what to look for, no matter how many people you want to serve.
Lack of maintenance and investment have been the spark of repeated fires.
Such small commercial buildings are what give Center City's shopping streets their distinctive character.