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The financial burden of longer commutes makes homes in outlying areas that are already reeling even less attractive.
"You're seeing more Americans trying to work from home, finding jobs that are closer to their homes or moving to new homes that are closer to their jobs," Portalatin said.
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THE mortgage crisis has put “for sale” signs in front of houses across the country — including so-called McMansions — the large, expensive, often tasteless homes that have taken up so much sub
Campbell Soup says it's determined to stay in Camden. Sprawling Office Campus plans ignore transportation assets.Submitted by Michael McAteer on Fri, 01/18/2008 - 5:15pm
Campbell Soup, the last Fortune 500 company in Camden, suffered a severe blow to its plans to create a 110-acre office park on the Admiral Wilson Boulevard when a judge invalidated its development pla
Tuesday, January 8, 2008 By RENEE WINKLER Courier-Post Staff
Rutgers professor focused on role of cities. His new book, "Cities and the Making of Modern Europe, 1750-1914" is his fourth.Submitted by Michael McAteer on Mon, 01/07/2008 - 5:23am
By BILL DUHART
Courier-Post Staff, CAMDEN
Changing Skyline | City planning still bush-league By Inga Saffron Philadelphia Inquirer Architecture CriticSubmitted by Michael McAteer on Sun, 01/06/2008 - 6:16pm
There are two kinds of people counting the days until Mayor-elect Michael Nutter fires David Auspitz, the blustering, bullying chairman of Philadelphia's Zoning Board of Adjustment.
Philadelphia: Defiance of a protection ruling by the state's top preservation official.Bulldozers Reach Phila.Convention CenterSubmitted by Michael McAteer on Tue, 12/25/2007 - 12:52pm
By Inga Saffron
Campbell's Asks for Another 2-Month Extension
Campbell gets time to secure OKs for headquarters plan
Dec. 6, 2008
By SARAH GREENBLATT