If you want a robust spring garden, start shopping for seeds now

Times of economic and political turmoil have the predictable effect of turning people to the garden plot, principally to generate food but also to remain grounded in uncertain periods.

Unemployed renters ride the uncertain tide of fluctuating aid

Renters are more likely than homeowners to work in industries the pandemic has hit hardest. So, as a whole, they have been especially vulnerable to the ups and downs of unemployment benefits.

Unemployed renters ride the uncertain tide of fluctuating aid

Renters are more likely than homeowners to work in industries the pandemic has hit hardest. So, as a whole, they have been especially vulnerable to the ups and downs of unemployment benefits.

Don’t let 2020′s bad feelings linger. Here’s how to start afresh.

What a year 2020 was. The nice, even number - one that we associate with perfect vision - was full of so much promise, but perfect it most definitely was not. We now look to the new year with hopes of starting afresh and ridding our homes and lives of last year's bad vibes.

Don’t let 2020′s bad feelings linger. Here’s how to start afresh.

What a year 2020 was. The nice, even number - one that we associate with perfect vision - was full of so much promise, but perfect it most definitely was not. We now look to the new year with hopes of starting afresh and ridding our homes and lives of last year's bad vibes.

PREIT is selling part of its Moorestown Mall property to develop into hotel and apartments

PREIT is selling four acres of its land at the Moorestown Mall to the developer NRP Group of Ohio.

PREIT is selling part of its Moorestown Mall property to develop into hotel and apartments

PREIT is selling four acres of its land at the Moorestown Mall to the developer NRP Group of Ohio.
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This developer has a plan to save the Painted Bride’s mosaic. The neighborhood wants to stop him.

The design is much more than just a laudable civic gesture; it's also a terrific work of architecture.

Sunlight and water views create a calming retreat above the Philadelphia waterfront

“I get up in the morning and the sun’s pouring in from the east over the Ben Franklin Bridge,” said Steven Peikin, who lives with Amy Spicer in a Pier 3 condominium in Philadelphia.

On the market: A four-bedroom Colonial with a lake view in Coatesville for $749,900

For their second home, the couple switched to Colonial style for energy efficiency.

Landlords’ pandemic protocols range from strict to laissez-faire

Property managers are left to decide for themselves how to approach pandemic safety. A condo announced $100 fines for going maskless. Other properties don't think enforcement is their responsibility.

Delaware County DA is charging a contractor with misclassifying its workers

It's a reflection of how local prosecutors are increasingly cracking down on the mistreatment of workers.

The scramble is back on to become Amazon of home sales

IBuyers, who make instant offers, spare sellers from prepping their houses and enduring showings. But the pandemic and low inventory have slowed the growth of this new sales option.

On the market: A three-bedroom townhouse on Washington Square West for $650,000

The house is in the McCall School District and close to Louis Kahn Park, Antique Row, the Avenue of the Arts, and Whole Foods, among other attractions.

PREIT dodges delisting after stock price stabilizes on emergence from bankruptcy

PREIT said it received notice that it had regained compliance with an exchange requirement that its stock close at an average price of $1 over 30 consecutive days.

Retired teacher has become the custodian of 18th-century houses and a piece of Pennsylvania history

Renovating Harford Hall fills Tony Morinelli's every day. “In a sense, it’s a rebirth for me. It is the embodiment of everything I love: history, art, buildings, architecture, nature, and gardens.”

A modern makeover for a Main Line Victorian

The house had been empty for 20 years, and the coal-covered basement look like a "Victorian dungeon, " but this couple figured out how to modernize while maintaining the turn-of-the-century feel.

Zillow’s 2021 design predictions grow out of pandemic trends seen in Philly and nationally

Spending so much time at home has forced us to rethink how we use our space and to invest in things we never knew we needed — a roof deck, a home gym, an outdoor heater. What will we keep in 2021?

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