July 7: Most ticketed Philly blocks | Broad and Callowhill apartments on track | Poltergeist's critique of sprawl

Here are the most ticketed blocks in all of Philadelphia. 

The the latest turn in the Pope fence negotiations.

Parkway still expects to break ground on the two apartment buildings they're developing  on the big lots at N. Broad Street and Callowhill before the end of the year. Here are the specs on those.

Alan Greenberger reminisces on his time as Philly's development chief under Michael Nutter.

Malcolm Burnley checks in on the economics of Philly's recycling program after that big report on cities losing money on recycling. 

The case against "build it and they will come" transit strategies. 

The word "yuppie" appears to have originated in Philly.

More on Pittsburgh's plan to turn the Golden Triangle into a lawless shared space

Poltergeist as a conservative critique of suburban sprawl. 

About the author

Jon Geeting

Jon Geeting was Engagement Editor at Plan Philly from 2014-2016. He has also covered city and state politics, land use, transportation, and economic policy for Next City, Keystone Politics, This Old City, Philadelphia Magazine, and City Paper. Jon grew up in Bethlehem, PA and moved to Philadelphia in 2013 after an 11-year detour to New York City. Follow him on Twitter @jongeeting.

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