Port Richmond community groups divided over market-rate apartment proposal as it heads to the ZBA.
The theater company purchased an 85,000-square-foot property and building located at 3340 Frankford Ave. to serve as a Scenic and Properties Shop.
Why our concerns about our cars can sometimes make us our own worst enemies.
The neighborhood could see a huge influx of residential and commercial spaces in the coming years.
One East Kensington businessman is among those who own property recently seized by the city through through eminent domain, a legal yet seemingly controversial government power. Now, he’s central to a conversation about city residents’ rights and the rights of the city itself, not to mention blight elimination in the neighborhood.
The Women’s Community Revitalization Project hopes to build low-income housing on Front Street. But will it happen?
The proposed Nitza Tufino townhouses on Front Street had members of the community divided at a meeting on May 9.
The Office of Business Services is using the web and local directors to help spur business in a notoriously unfriendly business culture.