Developer Dranoff accuses Camden of pursuing a vendetta with ‘phony accounting’ in Victor suit filing

The filing marks the latest volley in a legal battle that started in mid-2018, when Dranoff asked the city to transfer the Victor's tax-break deal to a new prospective owner.

On the market: Mt. Airy family home that combines classic construction with modern finishes

“You get all the character and build quality of an old house without a lot of the compromises that often come with them," the current owner says.

On the market: Mt. Airy family home that combines classic construction with modern finishes

“You get all the character and build quality of an old house without a lot of the compromises that often come with them," the current owner says.

Trader Joe’s eyeing site near Pa. Convention Center for second Philly store

The Monrovia, Calif.-based grocery chain says it has “taken the initial steps” toward planning for a store at the 1324 Arch St. site.

Trader Joe’s eyeing site near Pa. Convention Center for second Philly store

The Monrovia, Calif.-based grocery chain says it has “taken the initial steps” toward planning for a store at the 1324 Arch St. site.

N.Y. developer Durst to develop parking lot site near Ben Franklin Bridge

The lot will be developed as part of Durst’s overall vision for the section of the waterfront that includes its holdings across the street.

N.Y. developer Durst to develop parking lot site near Ben Franklin Bridge

The lot will be developed as part of Durst’s overall vision for the section of the waterfront that includes its holdings across the street.
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West Mount Airy condo allows couple to age in place in the neighborhood they love

“I knew this would be popular as there is very little available in the area of Mount Airy for people who want to age in place,” developer Scott Seibert of Bancroft Green said.

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The discreet charm of Fishtown’s working-class architecture

Stone facade on Fishtown bar is totally fake and totally great.

Preparing for a big freeze: Tips on buying a portable generator

Whether you live in a place at the mercy of snowstorms, hurricanes, heat waves, or an outdated electric grid, a power outage can range from an annoyance to life-threatening.

On the market: Point Breeze rowhouse with custom design for $308,888

A three-bedroom home that was auctioned by the Philadelphia Housing Authority has been refreshed and remodeled. The developer was inspired by HGTV's Joanna Gaines.

Would you use a start-up to sell your home? This Philly company is betting you will

Philadephia-based Houwzer is branding itself itself as a modern real estate company that can save customers thousands of dollars. The U.S. Department of Justice has encouraged more competition in the real estate industry.

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As Old City booms, new buildings struggle to make themselves part of the neighborhood | Inga Saffron

The National and 218 Arch incorporate historic elements into their designs.

Plan to convert Kensington dairy plant to apartments keeps landmark ‘milk bottle’ in place

Plans call for constructing three new stories of residential units atop the existing complex of buildings, nearly reaching the bottom of the water tower.

A new Washington Square high-rise? Philly developer tries again to build condo tower over Dilworth House

Philadelphia developer John Turchi has pulled two zoning permits that would allow a buidler to demolish part of the Dilworth House and build a 10-unit condo tower on the site.

North Broad Street’s historic Blue Horizon boxing venue to become hotel under Marriott’s Moxy brand

As a micro-hotel with small rooms aimed at cost-conscious travelers who plan to spend most of their visits out and about, the Moxy would join the Pod Hotel under construction near the southeast corner in Center City.

Opening up a Craftsman-style home in Wynnewood for modern living

The home, built in 1926, had a warren of small rooms — including 11 bedrooms — when Kelly Copeland and Ken Deitch bought it in 2012. They've opened up the space for their family of four.

Philly contractor faces $45,000 in OSHA fines for Brewerytown building collapse that killed one in June

Contractor Harvey Figgs was killed when the property he was demolishing by hand collapsed, dumping bricks and rubble on top of him. OSHA determined that his employer, Gama Wrecking Inc., had not properly braced walls and floors, or set up a "personal fall arrest system."

Design trends to watch for in 2019

Before you pick up that paintbrush, take a look at the colors and styles the pros say will be big in 2019.

Newark landmark Gateway Center bought for $300 million; high-end shopping, public spaces planned

The nascent recovery of Newark, New Jersey, has gotten a boost with a deal to transform an outdated downtown office complex with high-end shopping and lively public spaces.

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