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Woman proposes rooming house in Mt. Airy

A longtime resident of the Philadelphia suburb of Mt. Airy is seeking permission from zoning boards to transform one of three properties she owns into a rooming house. Her vision is to allow low-income members of the community to seek shelter at the residence, but first it must pass by board members of East Mt. Airy Neighbors.

Frustrated contractor sues Philadelphia-area township for $15M

A Greater Philadelphia contractor hoped to turn a former Delaware County furniture store into a youth sports and entertainment complex. The Pancoast Construction owner applied for a certificate of occupancy last fall. The application was rejected because the planned "Under 21 Social Club" apparently violated local zoning laws.

Dilapidated building finally sold

Old, abandoned or damaged pieces of commercial real estate can severely hinder the curb appeal of a city. However, they are often a great deal just waiting for a company or developer looking to acquire property that is cheap and has potential. When these blighted properties are scooped up, it is usually to the benefit of both the developer and the community.

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