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The Fishtown neighborhood of Northeast Philadelphia boasts a proud working-class history, it’s name derived from the shad fishing industry that developed along its border on the Delaware River.
For some parents of young children, an all-white kitchen would be a bold, almost daring move. But Charlie Hall, the father of six and ten-year-old sons, has a relaxed attitude about it.
Gloucester City, NJ was one of the first settlements on the Delaware River. 50 years before Philadelphia was founded, it was originally named Fort Nassau, established in 1627 as a trading post on one of the busiest and best protected waterways of Colonial America.
Imagine Your Basement… Like most of us, your basement is dark, cold, and vacant – an ordinary storage space full of old holiday decorations, unused fitness equipment, and broken down camping gear.
“Our porch was structurally unsound and out-of-date. We wanted a space that was an extension of the house, another living room. Our goal was to make the porch a place we felt comfortable in, but I needed help”
Our Bay Window & Restoration project won an award from a local historical society! The neighborhoods that make up University City are Philadelphia’s oldest suburbs. Rural until the 1860’s, the “Street Car Suburb” expanded west from Center City with the introduction of electric trolley cars in the 1890s and soon became home to the city’s rich, who built elegant mansions across the Schuylkill River.