Luxury Apartments To Bring New Life To South Jersey LandmarkAfter more than a decade of false starts and frustration there is new life for an old landmark in South Jersey.
Groundbreaking Ceremony Held For Housing Project Targeting Low Income ArtistsIt was done in a creative way.
Legally Silencing A Noisy NeighborWhat can you do about a noisy neighbor?
Rittenhouse Square Makes List Of Most Expensive U.S. Neighborhoods For RentersWhat’s really scary about the rankings, though, is that an apartment in Philly’s toniest neighborhood is still, on average, a thousand dollars less than one in the neighborhood that ranked above it.
About 1,500 Without Power In FairmountAbout 1,500 customers are without power Monday night at an apartment building in Philadelphia's Fairmount neighborhood.
Tenants May Have Right To 'Repair And Deduct'If you are an apartment dweller, there may be instances when you can call a repair service and then deduct the cost from your rent.
47 Displaced After Apartment Complex Fire In Northeast PhiladelphiaChopper 3 is over the scene of a fire in a Northeast Philadelphia.
The Value Of Renter's InsuranceWhat recourse do you have if another neighbor in your apartment building causes damage to your property by fire, flood or an overflowing toilet?
Website Ranks Philadelphia's Top Neighborhoods For Food DeliveryIf your takeout is just as important to you as where you’ll be eating it, you’re in luck.
Website Geared Towards Renters Launches In 12 Cities, Including PhiladelphiaThe website, called “RentMatch,” offers reviews, photos and information on various rental properties in the city so that users can decide whether or not it’s worth moving in.
Bedbug LitigationA 69-year-old woman discovered the hard way her new apartment was infested with bedbugs. She sued her landlord and just received $800,000.
Pottstown Apartments Evacuated After Possible Carbon Monoxide LeakIt was around 5:30 a.m. Monday when authorities were called to the North Apartments in Pottstown for the report of a possible carbon monoxide leak.