Ask Jennifer Adams: Should your picture frames match the art or your decor?

How to create a cohesive look for your art, no matter your decor style.

Ask Jennifer Adams: Should your picture frames match the art or your decor?

How to create a cohesive look for your art, no matter your decor style.

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Society Hill was an urban planning masterpiece. Will these new towers ruin the design? | Inga Saffron

Despite a legacy of great historic and modern architecture, Society Hill struggles to find a place for new buildings.
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Society Hill was an urban planning masterpiece. Will these new towers ruin the design? | Inga Saffron

Despite a legacy of great historic and modern architecture, Society Hill struggles to find a place for new buildings.

Delaware waterfront agency promises public a role in plans for historic port site archaeology

The remarks come response to a letter last month by State Sen. Larry Farnese in which the lawmaker called for a public vetting process before the sale to the Durst Organization of New York.

Delaware waterfront agency promises public a role in plans for historic port site archaeology

The remarks come response to a letter last month by State Sen. Larry Farnese in which the lawmaker called for a public vetting process before the sale to the Durst Organization of New York.
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On the market: Queen Village house with a pneumatic tube elevator for $1.18 million

The four-bedroom, four-bath house also has lots of outdoor space, including a roof deck, wired and plumbed for a outdoor kitchen.

After court decision, apartments at Fishtown’s St. Laurentius church could finally become a reality

The Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania said Tuesday that a small group of neighborhood residents called the Faithful Laurentians did not have standing to appeal a zoning variance that gave a developer approval to put 23 apartments in the church.

A Kensington loft transformed into a ‘comfy art gallery’

“The building has this familial vibe, with wide hallways, floors left in their unmitigated state ... so it had an authenticity and a warmth that made me feel it was a happy place,” said Terri Currier, who moved to Kensington in 2017.

Residents aren’t happy that a beloved Delco pub could become a church

People in Ridley are upset that the neighborhood Barnaby’s might be sold to New Destiny Christian Center, a grassroots worship community based in Delaware County.

Two Fishtown properties collapse after Philly contractor worked without permits, L&I says

The family who owned the rowhouse next door did not realize that their foundation had been compromised until “the house shook, the ceiling started to cave in, the floors started to sink, and the stairs separated from the wall."

Philadelphia ranked among most popular places for women to buy homes

While buying a home can be difficult for anyone — especially a woman — the Philadelphia metro area seems to yield more success for female house hunters.

This digital adman could pay for your town hall’s next big construction project — on one condition

While cash-strapped cities have already turned with increasing frequency to private funding sources for their public offerings, Catalyst is taking the trend to a new extreme.

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Go ahead, cross in the middle of the block — if you dare | Inga Saffron

People will follow the most natural path to their destination, so why not install mid-block crosswalks to make it safe?

Ex-con charged with stealing homes from the dead

William E. Johnson is accused of stealing seven houses with forged deeds, faking the signatures of dead owners or aged “sellers.” The allegations were detailed in an Inquirer investigation.

Comcast Spectacor plans office tower in South Philly stadium complex

Plans for the tower follow the start of $250 million in renovations at the Comcast unit's Wells Fargo Center.

Lofty plan to honor the musical legacy of Camden’s Victor building is scrapped. A recycling firm is moving in.

An ambitious plan to transform one of the few remaining Victor buildings in Camden into a recording music mecca has been dashed. The historic building near the waterfront has been sold again for $13.5 million to a metal recycling firm.

Arcade and other amusements are coming to reborn Gallery in Philadelphia

Round One will open on the third floor of the former Gallery’s westernmost building, which it will share with an AMC Theatres cinema.

Mortgage company to pay $750,000 to six military service members for illegal foreclosures

Military service members are protected from home foreclosures under certain circumstances.

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