If you lived in the Graduate Hospital neighborhood at any point before 2018, then you've surely heard of the Chocolate Factory on Washington Avenue. This property, covering a whole city block at 2101 Washington Ave., was known as such because Frankford Candy, the largest marketer of licensed confections and gifts in the

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While taking part in our favorite pastime of slinking around vacant lots the other day, we were floored by how different the waterfront portion of Northern Liberties feels today. We are here very, very often, but sometimes even we forget to look up and take in what's happening close by.

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On this first day of March Madness, sports once again take the forefront. It's not because your bracket is now the guiding force in your life, but because there's a potential sea change in store for the Sports Complex in South Philly. You've likely heard the news through your favorite

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Some proposals stand out more than others for a variety of reasons, with location, architecture, and concept can all offering the potential to leave a deep imprint on our development psyche. While the first two definitely could be the case at 626-30 N. Delaware Ave., it's the concept here that

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At this point, everybody and their grandparents have an opinion on 76 Place - the proposed arena for the Sixers/residential tower which would rise on the western portion of what is now the Fashion District/Gallery mall. After a first round of Civic Design Review late last year, revised plans were

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As we made our way around town on this latter day of winter, we found ourselves staring at the huge, empty property at the corner of N. 2nd & Callowhill. It has been some time since we first told you about this property, which has been eyed for a mixed-use,

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Sometimes we wax nostalgic on Naked Philly, when a listing, neighborhood, or random thought triggers a rush in our ever-active brain. That's just what happened when we came across a listing for a spot that basically screams bachelor pad. And while we never did have a bachelor pad of our

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Ahh, (almost) spring: that glorious time of year when the days get longer, the birds begin to sing again, and the Phillies once more give us renewed hope. So, it is only fitting that we find ourselves at the aptly named 1314 Spring Garden St., which provides the same vibes

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It is pretty incredible how often we literally will run into a project while exploring something close by. At 1700 N. Howard St. in South Kensington, that was exactly the case the other day, when we were drawn to the neon orange glow of construction barriers. This is a very

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The drama around the University City Townhomes, the former affordable-housing complex that sits at 3900-60 Market St., has had many twists and turns over the years. Things became clearer back in November, when the last of the residents moved out and a zoning permit for demolition was issued by the

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