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As Construction Booms, Philadelphia Seeks to Preserve Its Past

November 14, 2017

Jon Hurdle

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Philadelphia Archdiocese moves forward with vision to redevelop cathedral campus near Logan Square

October 31, 2017

Caitlin McCabe

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The Citizen Recommends: Urban Innovation in the Age of Trump

October 27, 2017

Roxanne Patel Shepelavy

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Drexel pushes next generation of urban innovation

October 26, 2017

Harris Steinberg

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Report: Philly's housing market is still hot, but relief may be on the way

October 25, 2017

Melissa Romero

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"Quality of Life" is Philadelphia's biggest selling point. Can it survive an Amazonian invasion?

October 23, 2017

Jim Saska

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Not exactly prime: Philly's taxing business environment doesn't help odds of landing Amazon's HQ2

October 17, 2017

Jim Saksa

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In renters' market, Philly landlords cut prices and offer enticements to woo tenants

October 16, 2017

Bobby Allyn

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What Philly would need to give up to win Amazon

October 10, 2017

Mark Dent

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From gun violence to opioids; if you want a job done, ask a busy city | Editorial

October 02, 2017

Inquirer Editorial Board

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Beware, Philadelphia: Amazon could drive up housing prices

September 19, 2017

Caitlin McCabe

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How I-95 broke Philly's waterfront (and what the city is doing to fix it)

September 19, 2017

Jared Brey

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Task force focuses first on state of preservation in Philly

September 18, 2017

Ashley Hahn

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After a century, Philadelphia struggles to figure out what the Parkway should be

September 07, 2017

Inga Saffron, Architect Critic

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Can Workforce Housing Really Happen?

August 26, 2017

Sandy Smith

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Market shift pitches Dranoff toward condos on South Broad corner

August 24, 2017

Jacob Adelman, Staff Writer

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Want city-owned land? It might already be reserved for someone else

August 21, 2017

Claudia Vargas

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There's no such thing as free parking in Philly, says economist who calculated how much off-street parking adds to housing prices

August 18, 2017

Jake Blumgart

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Study: Second quarter best for Philadelphia suburban housing market since 2012

August 10, 2017

Philadelphia Business Journal Staff

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The Untapped Wealth of American Cities

August 06, 2017

Bruce Katz/ Jeremy Nowak

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Meet the McMansion for Millennials

August 05, 2017

Sandy Smith

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Suburbs boast best real estate market since recession, but don't get too excited yet

August 05, 2017

Caitline McCabe, Staff Writer

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Lawmakers must have the courage to oppose concealed-carry proposal

July 31, 2017

Charles Ramsey

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Has Philly hit peak pop-up? Vacant lots, valet parking lanes - and, now, The Median

July 27, 2017

Samantha Melamed, staff writer

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As Philadelphia's housing market booms, economists warn the city may be in a bubble-or something worse

July 25, 2017

Jim Saksa

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Delaware River redevelopment starts with highway ramp demolition

July 25, 2017

Inga Saffron

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New historic preservation task force sets about ensuring the past stays present as city grows

July 24, 2017

Ashley Hahn

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Report: Philly's housing inventory has hit an all-time low

July 20, 2017

Melissa Romero

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Philly's next hot neighborhoods: They might be farther out than you think

July 20, 2017

Caitlin McCabe, Staff Writer

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View from the Top: Two new luxury buildings welcome the wealthy-...

June 08, 2017

Jake Blumgart

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Avoid another banking error

June 02, 2017

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As Philly real estate booms, suburbs left in dust

May 31, 2017

Andrew Parent, Philly Voice Contributor

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Despite vibrancy in Philly's suburbs, home values still struggle

May 28, 2017

Caitlin McCabe, Staff Writer

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Squilla calls increased Delaware waterfront height limit 'progressive'-waterfront...

May 19, 2017

Jake Blumgart

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On the House: It's the most profitable time to sell your home

May 18, 2017

Caitlin McCabe

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Report Phillys home prices jumped 5 percent in early 2017

May 09, 2017

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Dispelling common myths about Philadelphia's 10-year tax abatement

May 08, 2017

Leo Addimando and Kevin Gillen, Guest Columnists

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Philadelphia's market is red-hot economist says, but not necessarily equal for all

May 02, 2017

Caitlin McCabe, Staff Writer

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Balancing Philadelphia's past, future

April 26, 2017

The Daily News Editorial Board

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Philly has a new historic preservation task force

April 21, 2017

Melissa Romero, Curbed

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NewsWorks Tonight April 20, 2017 - Full Show

April 20, 2017

Tom MacDonald, NewsWorks Staff

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Task Force to Revise City Preservation Policy

April 20, 2017

Sandy Smith, Philly Mag

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Preserving History: City Launches Historic Preservation Task Force

April 20, 2017

Max Bennett, Patch Staff

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Kenney launches Historic Preservation Task Force

April 20, 2017

Ashley Hahn, PlanPhilly

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Task Force to Reassess Philadelphia's Historic Preservation

April 20, 2017

CBS Philly

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Kenney aiming to keep preservation pledges with task force on historic protections

April 19, 2017

Jacob Adelman, Staff Writer

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Tax Abatement Huge Shot in Arm for City, Study Finds

April 10, 2017

Sandy Smith

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Brewerytown, set to be Philly's next hot neighborhood, experiences growing pains

April 07, 2017

Caitlin McCabe, Staff Writer

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The state of Philly's housing market in, five charts

April 07, 2017

Melissa Romero

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Commentary: Numbers show that tax abatements benefit city

April 04, 2017

James Maransky and Kevin Gillen

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No property taxes, no problem: Study finds controversial abatement has been positive for Philly

March 23, 2017

Caitlin McCabe, Staff Writer

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Is this the holy grail project that could jump-start revitalization of North Philly?

March 18, 2017

Jacob Adelman, Staff Writer

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Millionaires wave goodbye to the mansion as the luxury market booms in Philly

March 17, 2017

Caitlin McCabe, Staff Writer

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Homebuyers Face Bidding Wars on Scarcer-Than-Ever U.S. Listings

March 17, 2017

Prashant Gopal, Bloomberg Staff Writer

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As Philly's housing market forges ahead, suburban prices still limp along

March 03, 2017

Caitlin McCabe, Staff Writer

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Philadelphia Has a New Plan for Its 43,000 Vacant Lots

February 27, 2017

Sandy Smith, Next City

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Philly's housing market cooled at 2016's end. A blip or a trend in the making?

February 13, 2017

Caitlin McCabe, Staff Writer

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To buy or to rent? That is the question

February 10, 2017

Caitlin McCabe, Staff Writer

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When tax abatements expire, property values don't suffer, study shows

January 16, 2017

Alan J. Heavens, Real Estate Writer

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Philly rents rising quickly

January 13, 2017

Tom Macdonald, Staff Writer

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Philadelphia rents rose second-fastest in the nation in 2016, new report says

January 11, 2017

Caitlin McCabe, Real Estate Columnist

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Suggestions for saving Philly's heritage while guiding its future

January 08, 2017

Alan J. Heavens, Staff Writer

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Jersey Shore Politics: This Is What Happens When No One's Looking

January 07, 2017

David Gambacorta, Staff Writer

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The Boyer Report at 20: An Appreciation

January 05, 2017

Harris M. Steinberg, FAIA

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As rental prices soar, Philadelphia loses one-fifth of affordable housing

December 22, 2016

Caitlin McCabe, Staff Writer

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A workforce-housing effort breaks ground at last

December 11, 2016

Alan J. Heavens, Philly.com Real Estate Writer

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Commentary: Pipelines safely, efficiently transport oil and gas

November 25, 2016

Kevin C. Gillen, Senior Research Fellow, Lindy Institute

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The housing cycle, it goes round and round

November 06, 2016

Alan J. Heavens, Staff Writer

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How about a forward-looking plan for preserving the past?

October 23, 2016

Alan J. Heavens, Staff Writer

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Developers Are Still Ignoring Philly's Vision for the Waterfront

September 27, 2016

Jared Brey, Philadelphia Magazine

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Historic Preservation in Philly Needs A Truce - and Then a Plan

September 26, 2016

Tony West, Philadelphia Public Record

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Where to Go From the Anger in Charlotte

September 24, 2016

Charles H. Ramsey, New York Times -- Opinion

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The rising cost of housing in Philadelphia [PDF for non-subscribers]

September 01, 2016

Natalie Kostelni, Reporter

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The rising cost of housing in Philadelphia

September 01, 2016

Natalie Kostelni, Reporter

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Report: Home values in Philly suburbs rose 7 percent in second quarter

August 29, 2016

Melissa Romero, Curbed Philadelphia

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U.S. sales of new homes near nine-year high in July

August 24, 2016

Jacob Adelman, Staff Writer

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Toll Bros. seeks to build 16-story residential building on Jewelers Row

August 12, 2016

Jacob Adelman, Staff Writer

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Philly's Ground Game

August 12, 2016

Philadelphia Daily News, Editorial

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Philly home prices reach all-time high

August 10, 2016

Jon Geeting, PlanPhilly

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Rising home prices, quick sales - Philly's in a sellers' market

August 10, 2016

Alan J. Heavens, Real Estate Writer

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Report: Philly is officially a seller's market with house prices at all-time high

August 08, 2016

Melissa Romero, Curbed Philadelphia

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For More U.S. Cities, Downtown is a Center of Economic Strength

August 05, 2016

Scott Calvert, Wall Street Journal

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What drives city development: A "chicken-egg" examination

July 24, 2016

Alan J. Heavens, Real Estate Writer

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Saving for down payment? Give up posh coffee

July 12, 2016

Alan J. Heavens, Real Estate Writer

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Busting the myth of the slow summer real estate market

July 11, 2016

Alan J. Heavens, Inquirer Real Estate Columnist 

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Here's How Much You Need to Save Each Day to Buy a Home in 15 Top Cities

July 11, 2016

Clare Trapasso, realtor.com

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Prices surging for Philly home sales

May 17, 2016

Alan J. Heavens, Inquirer Real Estate Columnist

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Philly home prices hit a post-Recession high

May 16, 2016

Jon Geeting, PlanPhilly

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Economist: Philadelphia housing prices reach record levels

May 16, 2016

Jerry Gaul, PhillyVoice Staff

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Philly House Values Shoot Past Pre-Recession Levels

May 16, 2016

Sandy Smith, Phillymag.com

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A 'positive, but' outlook for N.J. economy, housing

May 01, 2016

Alan J. Heavens, Inquirer Real Estate Columnist

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A real estate reach stretching far beyond Philly's borders

April 26, 2016

Alan J. Heavens, Inquirer Real Estate Columnist

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At Home in Philadelphia's Center City

April 11, 2016

Bendix Anderson, UrbanLand, The Magazine of the Urban Land Institute

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Alan Greenberger chairs newly appointed Art Commission

April 06, 2016

Jared Brey, PlanPhilly

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Building boom continues to reverberate northeast of Center City

March 28, 2016

Alan J. Heavens, Inquirer Real Estate Columnist

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RealtyTrac: Philly zip codes tops for hipster home flipping

March 12, 2016

Alan J. Heavens, Inquirer Real Estate Columnist

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Spaces We Love | Race Street Pier

March 08, 2016

Harris Steinberg, Executive Director of the Lindy Institute of Urban Innovation 

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What's driving Philly's rising land values?

March 04, 2016

Jon Geeting, Engagement Editor, Plan Philly

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Drexel outlines ambitious plans to build business-residential enclave

March 02, 2016

Jacob Adelman, Inquirer Staff Writer

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Drexel and Brandywine Realty Trust Partner on "Schuylkill Yards" Innovation Development

March 02, 2016

Niki Gianakaris, DrexelNow

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Assessing ways to establish the value of Philadelphia's vacant land

February 25, 2016

Alan J. Heavens, Inquirer Real Estate Columnist

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Ex-Deputy Mayor Alan Greenberger talks Philly Development Boom, New Drexel Gig

February 18, 2016

Melissa Romero, Curbed Philadelphia

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Blatstein plan for old Foxwoods tract includes gas station, strip mall

February 04, 2016

Jacob Adelman, Inquirer Staff Writer

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Brickstone Cos. plans still more apartments for Market East

January 28, 2016

Jacob Adelman, staff writer, Philly.com

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On the House: Foreclosures at lowest level in a decade

January 24, 2016

Alan J. Heavens, Inquirer Real Estate Columnist

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Aiming to build a better city, block by block

January 17, 2016

Mike Newall, Inquirer Columnist

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On the house: Dreaming of a home, but rents tell a harder truth

January 17, 2016

Alan J. Heavens, Inquirer Real Estate Columnist

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Ramsey gets part-time gig at Drexel

January 14, 2016

Susan Snyder, Philly.com

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On the House: Fed's rate increase will have little effect on the market

January 03, 2016

Alan J. Heavens, Inquirer Real Estate Columnist

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What will rise in interest rate mean for Philadelphia housing market?

December 16, 2015

Dave Heller, NewsWorks

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Philadelphia Apartment Market Expands

December 15, 2015

Matt Hudgins, The Wall Street Journal

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Philly's Housing Market Roars Onward, Sale Numbers Highest Since the Recession

November 25, 2015

James Jennings, philly.com 

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Giving Up the Affluent Suburbs for City Living

November 11, 2015

Robert Strauss, New York Times

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For Philly House Hunters, 'Kensington is the hot place to be'

October 22, 2015

Bobby Allyn, reporter for WHYY

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Philadelphia Shatters Records for Million-Dollar Home Sales

October 20, 2015

Sharon Lurye, PhillyVoice

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A High For Housing

October 20, 2015

Alan J. Heavens, Inquirer Real Estate Columnist

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Report: Data Suggests More Cash Home Purchases in Philadelphia Region

October 07, 2015

Alan J. Heavens, Inquirer Real Estate Columnist

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A Vision Taking Shape Along City's Waterfront

October 05, 2015

Harris M. Steinberg, Executive Director, Lindy Institute for Urban Innovation

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New Mortgage-disclosure Changes Take Effect

October 05, 2015

Alan J. Heavens, Inquirer Real Estate Columnist

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On the House: Distressed sales still critical market factor

September 20, 2015

Alan J. Heavens, Real Estate Columnist, The Philadelphia Inquirer

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Stemming the loss of Center City office space

September 14, 2015

Jacob Adelman, Staff Writer, The Philadelphia Inquirer

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Region - especially Phila. - had a good spring for home sales

August 24, 2015

Alan J. Heavens, Real Estate Columnist, The Philadelphia Inquirer

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Listings scarce, home buyers finding

August 13, 2015

Alan J. Heavens, Real Estate Columnist, The Philadelphia Inquirer

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2Q report: Lower vacancy rate, rising rents for region's highest-end apartments

July 28, 2015

Alan J. Heavens, Real Estate Columnist, Philadelphia Inquirer

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To the Point

July 27, 2015

by Alan J. Heavens, Real Estate Writer, Philadelphia Inquirer

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Murano success a sign of Market Street West's rise

July 22, 2015

Alan J. Heavens, Real Estate Writer, Philadelphia Inquirer

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Slowing Gentrification By Building Up

July 15, 2015

Malcolm Burnley, Citified Blog, Philadelphia Magazine

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Allan Domb: From Condo King to Tax Collector?

July 14, 2015

Jared Brey, PlanPhilly

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Report: Philly’s Second Quarter Housing Numbers Highest in a Decade

July 13, 2015

James Jennings, Philadelphia Magazine

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Phila. single-family home prices, sales volume soar in 2Q, data show

July 13, 2015

Alan J. Heavens, Real Estate Writer, The Philadelphia Inquirer

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Some of the worst foreclosure stats are in Phila. metro area

June 18, 2015

by Patricia Madej, Philadelphia Business Journal

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How to fix Philly's massive vacant land problem

June 08, 2015

by Ryan Briggs, Philly.com

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How Jim Kenny Defied Racial Math and Posted the Biggest Mayoral Primary Win in Modern Philly History

May 24, 2015

Patrick Kerkstra, Citified Blog, Philadelphia Magazine

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E. Passyunk a hot property

May 24, 2015

Alan J. Heavens, Real Estate Writer, The Philadelphia Inquirer

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Home sales up, prices down in Phila. suburbs in quarter

May 19, 2015

Alan J. Heavens, Real Estate Writer, The Philadelphia Inquirer

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Schuylkill River Trail Update: Bartram's Mile Design Workshop May 14th

May 12, 2015

Angelly Carrion, Philadelphia Magazine

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Diaz has good record but faces long odds in mayor's race

May 05, 2015

by Julia Terruso, The Philadelphia Inquirer

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Public Forum on Creative Placemaking and Reimagining Bartram's Mile

May 04, 2015

by Alex McKechnie, Drexel University

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Town By Town: Fishtown: Hot, hip, affordable alternative to Center City

May 03, 2015

by Alan J. Heavens, Real Estate Writer, The Philadelphia Inquirer

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beautiful bartram's mile kicks off philly's civic commons projects

April 28, 2015

Alaina Mabaso, Flying Kite Media

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Phila. home-sale prices, volume stall in 1st quarter

April 28, 2015

Alan J. Heavens, Real Estate Writer, Philadelphia Inquirer

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Opinion Piece: Lynne Abraham

April 26, 2015

Lynne Abraham

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On the House: Millennial buyers are few, dependent on Realtors

April 26, 2015

Alan J. Heavens, Real Estate Writer, Philadelphia Inquirer

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Affordable housing advocates seek tax on flipped properties

April 24, 2015

Alan J. Heavens, Real Estate Writer, Philadelphia Inquirer

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Next for the Gallery: 'Not Just Another Mall'

April 20, 2015

by Jeff Gammage, Maria Panaritis, and Jacob Adelman, The Philadelphia Inquirer

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How Philadelphia's Fuzzy Racial Math Could Tip the Mayoral Election

April 19, 2015

Patrick Kerkstra, Philadelphia Magazine's Citified Blog

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Jersey Shore real estate becomes less attainable for young, working families

April 12, 2015

Christie Rotondo, Press of Atlantic City

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Center City household income now in the six figures

April 08, 2015

Alan J. Heavens, Real Estate Writer, The Philadelphia Inquirer

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This Philadelphia government agency means $4 billion to the city's economy, study claims

April 06, 2015

by John George, Senior Reporter, Philadelphia Business Journal

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Millennials help build a Phila.-region apartment boom

April 03, 2015

by Alan J. Heavens, Real Estate Writer, The Philadelphia Inquirer

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Abraham wants to double the tax abatement in underdeveloped neighborhoods

April 02, 2015

by Jared Brey, Zoning and Development Reporter, PlanPhilly

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Philadelphia's Rising Tide of Apartment Living

March 31, 2015

Brandyn Campbell, Region's Business

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On the House: Gauging Shore's market: 2014 offers mixed signals

March 29, 2015

Alan J. Heavens, Real Estate Columnist, The Philadelphia Inquirer

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Philly parklets aim to blur line between street and sidewalk

March 27, 2015

by Brandon Baker, PhillyVoice

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Today's renters are slow to turn into first-time buyers, economists tell builders in A.C.

March 25, 2015

Martin DeAngelis, Staff Writer, The Press of Atlantic City

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Plans to transform Fairmount Park revealed

March 18, 2015

Sue Ann Rybak, Chestnut Hill Local

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Homegrown Middle Class: A Neighborhoods Policy for Philadelphia

March 16, 2015

by John Kromer, Senior Consultant, Fels Institute of Government at the University of Pennsylvania

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Groundbreaking Thursday for 'ultra-luxury' 500 Walnut condo tower

March 11, 2015

Alan J. Heavens, Real Estate Writer, The Philadelphia Inquirer

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Mall to the Hall

March 08, 2015

Jeff Gammage, The Philadelphia Inquirer

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Drexel Snapshot: Abandoned Power Plant Becomes a Classroom for Urban Design

March 03, 2015

Alex McKechnie, News Officer, Drexel University Communications

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Starting Wednesday, a first look at One Riverside's luxury condos

March 03, 2015

Alan J. Heavens, Real Estate Writer, The Philadelphia Inquirer

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a transatlantic collaboration reimagines north philly's lehigh viaduct

March 03, 2015

Alaina Mabaso, Flying Kite

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Living is in the journey, not in the fastest route

March 03, 2015

Susan Richardson, writer, "Human at Work" blog of WHYY's Newsworks

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What should your city do with its waterfront

February 25, 2015

...Pennsylvania cities are abuzz about waterfront revitalization. The many projects raise questions, like who should benefit from riverfront redevelopment? And what's the best way for a city to use vacant or former industrial land? Marielle Segarra of WHYY discusses riverfront redevelopment projects in Pennsylvania.

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Toll Bros reports 1Q profits up by 78 percent

February 24, 2015

Senior research fellow Kevin Gillen comments the Philadelphia region housing market and the relationships to Horsham-based, luxury home builder the Toll Brothers' first quarter rise in profits. - Alan J. Heavens, The Philadelphia Inquirer

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Urban Design and Planning Students Reimagine the Delaware River Waterfront

February 12, 2015

A handful of Drexel University's Antoinette Westphal College of Media Arts & Design students interested in urban design, coupled with 15 students from Germany's TU Dortmund University, will have the opportunity to generate fresh ideas and create a vision for the future of the Lehigh Viaduct, Delaware Power Station and surrounding Port Richmond area. - Alex McKechnie, DrexelNOW

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A Natural Match: Drexel Research Team Connects Urban Design to Public Health

February 10, 2015

Rachel Ewing, DrexelNOW

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Housing values increase in city's low-income areas

February 07, 2015

Home values are on the rise in some of the city's poorest neighborhoods. Drexel researcher Kevin Gillen said home price appreciation was actually strongest in the city's poorest areas, while being flat or negative in higher-income neighborhoods. - Ayana Jones, The Philadelphia Tribune

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Dranoff to market, sell Residences at Two Liberty Place

February 04, 2015

Hoping for a repeat of the experience at 10 Rittenhouse Square, iStar Financial has handed the remaining 73 condominiums at the Residences at Two Liberty Place to developer Carl Dranoff to market and sell. - Alan J. Heavens, The Philadelphia Inquirer

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Drexel Study: Philly's low-income 'hoods growing, increasing in value

February 03, 2015

...And, contrary to the common criticism levied against development and home sales--namely that positive growth only happens in rich neighborhoods--the study says that home price appreciation "was actually strongest in the city's poorest areas, while being flat or negative in its relatively higher-income neighborhoods." - Josh Kruger, PhillyNow.com

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It's spring real estate season: Builders, Realtors look for a boost

February 03, 2015

The Super Bowl is history, marking the start of a new high-stakes season: the spring real estate market. After what many industry insiders considered a disappointing 2014, hopes are high for 2015. - Alan J. Heavens, The Philadelphia Inquirer

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Philadelphia Region Single Family Home Prices Fell in Fourth Quarter

January 29, 2015

Residential real estate in the Philadelphia region saw falling prices and modestly rising sales in 2014's fourth quarter, according to an analysis released Thursday by Kevin Gillen of Drexel University and chief economist at Meyers Research. - by Alan J. Heavens, The Philadelphia Inquirer

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Philadelphia Single Family Home Prices Tip Upward

January 16, 2015

Higher sales volume and increased prices for single-family homes became more widespread across Philadelphia neighborhoods in the last three months of 2014, according to an analysis of fourth-quarter real estate data obtained from the city recorder of deeds. - Alan J. Heavens, The Philadelphia Inquirer

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Pleasure in the Park

December 09, 2014

Executive Director Harris Steinberg discusses Philadelphia's Fairmount Park from various historical, cultural, and environmental aspects, and makes the case for its continued stewardship and role as Philadelphia's premier park moving into the future. - Harris Steinberg, Lindy Institute for Urban Innovation

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