From street sweeping to money for affordable housing measures
Council members are calling for an OPA reform
Developer of the Year...V2 Properties, Vince Viney
Philadelphia’s skyline isn’t the only thing changing. Meet nine under-the-radar developers who are remaking our neighborhoods in big ways.
Philadelphia has long had a reputation as a market not as prone to booms or busts.
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You can never know when a real estate bubble will burst
A newly expanded city program aims to help some residents put a down payment on their first home in an effort to combat the rising cost of housing in Philly.
Thousands of Americans fall victim to real estate wire fraud every year. This writer was almost one of them
Have you ever wanted to live in the home of a Super Bowl MVP? Now’s your chance.
There has been a lot of new development across the City of Philadelphia in recent years, one of the areas targeted now for change is a very a very high profile area known as jewelers row.
There are a variety of reasons for increased consumer confidence in the current state of the real estate market. Click on the attached link to learn more.
Everyone has a different perspective when it comes to the real estate market. There are several trends that point to the market remaining strong for years to come. Check out the Forbes article to read about trends impacting the market.
Nothing stays the same forever, and the best businesses are those agile and flexible enough to change.
The fastest-growing co-living company is coming to one of Philadelphia's hottest development spots.
The Comcast Technology Center is open for business, and it could change more about Philadelphia than its skyline.
Consolidating four previous locations around the city
House price appreciation remains very modest while sales volume remainsstrong. But, there’s a few wrinkles
In New Orleans, architect Jonathan Tate served as his own developer in order to build an experimental multifamily residential infill project.
This is how neighborhoods get transformed: one house at a time.
Watch for this car in your neighborhood!
hiladelphia's aggregate rise of 11 percent in 2018 property assessment has members of City Council calling for an independent audit of the numbers produced by the Office of Property Assessment.
But times are changing on Myrtlewood Street, as they are on so many Brewerytown blocks these days. V2 Properties, a developer we’ve covered numerous times in the past in neighborhoods across town, has acquired a dozen parcels on this block and is developing them all at once.
By developing long-term relationships with trusted partners, the prolific builder delivers feature-packed homes at modest prices to neighborhoods all around Center City.