Philadelphia Sheds Affordable Housing As Neighborhoods Quickly Gentrify
Philadelphia is gentrifying at a rapid rate and affordable housing is disappearing...
A Sign of Cooling in Philly's Heated Apartment Market
Halting of Center City project may signal an overheated market.
Philly Looks Beyond Housing in Neighborhood Revitalization
In addition to building homes in the Sharswood neighborhood, the city’s housing...
$3.5 Billion Philadelphia Urban Development Plan Unveiled
Drexel University and Brandywine Realty Trust will be turning 14 acres near the...
Philadelphia Now Requires In-Sink Food Disposals
In-sink garbage disposals have been found to reduce food waste by an average of 35%.
The Top 15 Cities Where Bedbugs Lurk
Something's biting in major U.S. metros—the little critter known as the common...
Luxury High-Rise Fosters a University City That Never Sleeps
Southern Land Co.'s 363-unit, mixed-use rental adds a feather in the cap for...
The Top 5 Properties in the Top 10 Metros for Online Reputation
This month's edition of the ORA power rankings seeks to find out which major...
Senior Housing, Merit: John C. Anderson Apartments
A public–private partnership between Pennrose and The Dr. Magnus Hirschfeld Fund established the John C. Anderson Apartments, the first LGBT-friendly senior housing community built in Philadelphia and only the third of its kind in the nation.
Community Service, Merit: PhillySeeds
Giving residents the best chance at success was the main motivating factor behind the Philadelphia Housing Authority’s (PHA’s) development of its social services subsidiary PhillySeeds.