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    • Arts & Crafts Holding advertises 1217 Spring Garden Street as

'Spring Arts' remake dogged by tenant complaints, code violations

When Arts & Crafts Holdings bought the property at 1217 Spring Garden St. for $15.7 million in April, the Philadelphia development company pitched tenants in the aging loft building on a…

    • Rendering of new coffee shop for Dilworth Plaza

Tiny Starbucks coming to Dilworth Park

A second Starbucks is coming to Dilworth Park this spring. “From the time we opened Dilworth in 2014, we watched how people used it, we looked at things we wanted to…

    • 2018 11 21 e lee sherri lee philadelphia snyder avenue plumbing problems

New loans for home repair may be lifeline for Philly ‘small landlords’ — and their tenants

Sherri Lee’s toilet started flooding in late September. Less than a month later, the unfinished basement in her South Philadelphia apartment was a full-blown health hazard. “It actually ended up pushing…

    • Provident Mutual Life Insurance Building, 2014

Provident Mutual building sale on hold, endangering planned West Philly health campus

West Philadelphia Councilwoman Jannie Blackwell has halted the city’s long-awaited remake of the former Provident Mutual Life Insurance Co. building at 4601 Market Street for reasons that include the interest of…

    • Sheet Metal Workers protest in City Council on Dec.4, 2018.

Labor leaders, city officials spar outside Council chambers

An hour before City Council’s final session of 2018, Sheet Metal Workers Local 19 attempted to push through a contested bill requiring costly new inspections of the fire and smoke protection…

    • Sheet Metal Workers protest in City Council on Dec.4, 2018.

Union scores hot win over real estate industry in fire code battle

City officials are brokering a deal they hope will extinguish a feud over Philadelphia’s fire code. The dispute between the city’s Sheet Metal Workers Union and local real estate industry groups…

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