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BY  THE EDITORS OF GQ Suddenly, Philadelphia has become a model city, with a Super Bowl-winning (and Trump-defying) NFL team and a new radical political class. Oh, and Meek Mill is
By Anemona Hartocollis Nov. 18, 2018 Michael R. Bloomberg, the billionaire businessman and former mayor of New York City, is donating $1.8 billion to his alma mater, Johns Hopkins University, to
Scenes from the CoCo Happy Dance Group in Northeast Philadelphia, home to tens of thousands of recent immigrants.CreditCreditMichelle Gustafson for The New York Times. By Matt Katz The scent in the
Peter Lane TaylorContributor PHOTO BY PETER LANE TAYLOR Every Friday afternoon at 5:30 pm the doors of “the El­”—one of America’s oldest elevated subways—swoosh open at Girard and Berks Street
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Philly won’t slow down in 2018. “We are very bullish on Philadelphia,” said Jerry Sweeney, CEO of Brandywine Realty Trust, at the Urban Land Institute’s Real Estate Forecast last week. Sweeney was
The big real estate investing question this year is not whether to invest in real estate, but where to invest in real estate. There has never been a better time
Philadelphia is perhaps the brightest housing market in the nation, with one report suggesting a price growth of 16.6% (now 13.4% in May). See the national housing report and the housing forecast for 2019.
Baltimore has seen an impressive amount of improvement in recent years to areas like Fells Point, Canton and the Inner Harbor, but most are well aware of just how incomplete
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