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You are viewing 4 articles for October 2018 with the tag housing

    • A Passyunk Square municipal complex is slated for redevelopment.

City to redevelop industrial corner of booming Passyunk Square

Philadelphia officials are looking for a developer to remake a valuable tract of city-owned land just off South Philly's thriving East Passyunk corridor.   Bounded by 11th and 12th streets, Wharton and Reed, the…

    • Properties in the neighborhoods surrounding Drexel University offer apartments for a burgeoning student population.

New map shows Philly renter spike sharper than other big cities

Over the last decade, Philadelphia saw a rise in rentership well above the national average, and higher than most of the nation’s other large cities, according to new data released Tuesday…

    • A new apartment building at 24th and Redner streets in Sharswood.

Philly maps 10-year course toward building, preserving 100,000 housing units

Detailing the strategies Philadelphia hopes to employ to create or preserve 100,000 units of housing in the next 10 years, the city’s new housing plan dropped on Wednesday. The plan received…

    • rowhomes (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)

City Council passes $71M housing bill

City Council passed a package of housing bills on Thursday, after more than a year of debate. But even before the ink dried on the legislation, protesters argued that they…

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