Winter brings dark, dreary days. Don’t let your space follow suit.

Here's how design experts make rooms feel bright and cheery, even in the dead of winter.

Winter brings dark, dreary days. Don’t let your space follow suit.

Here's how design experts make rooms feel bright and cheery, even in the dead of winter.

Giant Food to take the South Philly site initially planned for German grocer Lidl

The site sits next to a parcel where property-owner Bart Blatstein has been seeking permits to build a Wawa store with gas pumps.

Giant Food to take the South Philly site initially planned for German grocer Lidl

The site sits next to a parcel where property-owner Bart Blatstein has been seeking permits to build a Wawa store with gas pumps.

N.J. task force report slams George Norcross’ testimony on tax credit awards

Investigators outlined more evidence of flaws in the state's multi-billion-dollar tax incentive programs for businesses.

N.J. task force report slams George Norcross’ testimony on tax credit awards

Investigators outlined more evidence of flaws in the state's multi-billion-dollar tax incentive programs for businesses.
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Luxury apartments finished near Lansdale SEPTA station; stores and restaurants coming

The project has been folded into the borough’s plans for revitalization and development over more than a decade. Officials have paid particular attention to building dense retail and residences near the train station.

As Philly grows, illegal parking habits in the city die hard

The number of cars in Philadelphia is growing, but parking enforcement policies aren’t keeping up.

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With Clay Studio’s move to North American Street, a new creative cluster emerges in South Kensington | Inga Saffron

Could an old Philadelphia industrial corridor become a new arts district? The Clay Studio is betting on it.

PIDC strategy chief Anne Nevins named city development agency’s new president

Nevins, who will be the first woman to serve as president in the PIDC’s 60-year-history, will assume the role on Jan. 27 when current president John Grady steps down.

On the market: A two-bedroom rowhouse in Point Breeze for $365,000

The 1,080-square-foot house has easy access to bike thoroughfares, public transit, and I-95 and I-76. Local eating and drinking places have sprung up within walking distance.

Real estate giant CBRE to open first Northeast U.S. location of coworking spinoff in Philly

CBRE began rolling out its Hana-branded spaces nearly a year ago as a way to partner on flexible-space ventures with landlords who are looking to claim for themselves a bigger piece of shared-office market.

Modifying a Swarthmore house to satisfy an owner who’s ‘just not a Victorian person’

“We followed the same architectural vocabulary of the Victorian era for the restoration work ,” homeowner Doug Harnsberger says. “and tried to complement it for the design of the new rear addition.”

Delaware River waterfront project will break ground on 25-story tower in 2021

Durst closed on the property last week, about a year after it was selected to purchase the 1.6 acre site known as the Vine Street Lot.

10 maintenance tasks experts say homeowners miss

Many people overlook a lot of simple, but important, tasks to keep their homes safe and healthy.

Giant Food Stores market to anchor Blatstein project at Broad and Washington in S. Philly: Report

Blatstein told the Philadelphia Business Journal that the grocery store would be built as part of a first phase of the project comprising 80,000 square feet of retail.

Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia considers adding beds to new inpatient hospital in King of Prussia

Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, planning to bring first inpatient facility to King of Prussia, expects high demand. It may increase beds from 52 to 108.

For sale: 1,300 acres in South Philly. Next 7 days could decide the fate of bankrupt refinery.

The 1,300-acre property, which is larger than all of Center City, could be sold to one buyer, or broken up into pieces and sold to several buyers.

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Can eliminating traffic lights and adding a ‘Dutch’ roundabout fix a dangerous Philly intersection?

Just don't call it a traffic circle. The redesign of the intersection of Frankford Avenue, Trenton Avenue and York Street in Kensington is inspired by progressive Dutch engineering.

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