Perlora Loft is open in the old St. Elmo’s bookstore building on East Carson Street on the South Side.
Reinhold Residential will hold an open house at 5-8 p.m. Oct. 27 to unveil a $7 million renovation of Shadyside Commons, 401 Amberson Ave.
O’Hara was once much bigger than its current 7.3 square miles. In 1892, Sharpsburg expanded and took a chunk of the township.
By his design, light and space fill architect Joseph Indovina’'s 5,200-square-foot house in O’Hara.
An affordable housing organizer says Philadelphia’s resource “has a mixture of preserving, rehabbing and building new.”
Marquis de Lafayette wouldn’t recognize the land that is his namesake.
Saddlewood townhome’s owner brought her eye for color and design to a three-bedroom, two-bath town home.
After 30 years of metal artistry, John Walter and his wife open Salvation by Iron Eden, which specializes in architectural antiques.
As the nation cringes its way to an election with the real White House as the prize, other ZIP codes can’t seem to stand the place.
“Gil Walsh Interiors: A Case for Color” showcases her 40 years of experience in the field.
When the township was established in 1796, its boundaries included 11 current townships and parts of three others.
Contractor Michael Blumer and his late wife, Kathy, designed and built a home in 1997. “She did all of my colors. She was really talented.”
After 14 years in Munich, a family returns to her hometown and finds the walkability, European feel and front-porch friendliness they love.
Nearly 20 vendors from Pennsylvania and Ohio will offer furniture, silver, glassware, rugs, paintings and more at a North Side church.