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    • Kensington | David Swift, EOTS Flickr group
Eyes on the Street

June 26: Chump city | Clarke and Francisville's gap-toothed development | C- for PA infrastructure | 3 ArtPlace America grants | Fair bike share | Italian Market organic stand

Good morning, Streeters. Here’s what we’re reading this morning: All us do-right Philadelphians are chumps. At least that’s how Daily News columnist Helen Ubiñas thinks we seem in light of our…

    • Original Northeast High School, Photo by David Swift Photography
    • Memphis and Palmer streets, Fishtown
Eyes on the Street

November 13 - Real Estate Roundup: Filling Market West vacancy | Finders tap Unclaimed Property | La Salle's new biz school | W Hotel and TIFs | Pru Fox & Roach's new identity

Howdy Streeters. Here’s a roundup of real estate news for this crisp Wednesday morning: The 2100 block of Market Street is nearly entirely vacant, but for a firehouse. That has Naked…

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August 13: DRPA dysfunction continues | North Philly vacancy then and now | Fly School in Kensington | Schools: funding, boycott, student voices

Good morning, Streeters. Here’s what’s buzzing on this rainy Tuesday: An audit reveals that the Delaware River Port Authority remains deeply dysfunctional, due in part to the actions of its…

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    • Members of the Viola Street Residents Association conducting an inventory of vacant property on their street.
    • Still smoldering: the remains of Buck Hosiery late Monday afternoon as seen from the El platform.
Eyes on the Street

Situation Vacant: Safety and public health at stake

Alongside PlanPhilly’s panel discussion about the city’s vacant land strategies on June 12th, Eyes on the Street is collecting and sharing stories from Community Contributors about the effects of…

    • An empty lot in Point Breeze. | Joann Rose
Eyes on the Street

Situation Vacant: Bring equitable development to Point Breeze

Alongside PlanPhilly’s panel discussion about the city’s vacant land strategies on June 12th, Eyes on the Street is collecting and sharing stories from Community Contributors about the effects of…

    • Abandoned houses in between occupied ones on a Hunting Park block similar to Ruth Torres' | via Philadelphia Neighborhoods
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Situation Vacant: Fighting back blight in Hunting Park

Alongside PlanPhilly’s panel discussion about the city’s vacant land strategies on June 12th, Eyes on the Street is collecting and sharing stories from Community Contributors about the effects of…

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Situation Vacant: Earthship calling

In advance of PlanPhilly’s panel discussion about the city’s vacant land strategies on June 12th, Eyes on the Street is collecting and sharing stories from Community Contributors about the effects…

    • Fishtown vacant lot
Eyes on the Street

Situation Vacant: Community Contributors talk blight and hopes for reform

Living with the ripple-effects of blight has sadly become part of the Philadelphia condition thanks to our city's 40,000 vacant properties. But people citywide have been confronting this problem in ways…

    • Can vacant property reform include opportunities to create housing that is accessible for all? | credit: Casey Lessard via Flickr, Creative Commons
Eyes on the Street

Situation Vacant: Building accessible, visitable housing options

In advance of PlanPhilly’s panel discussion about the city’s vacant land strategies on June 12th, Eyes on the Street is collecting and sharing stories from Community Contributors about the…

    • The view on Doris Berris' block: The west side of the 1500 block of North 9th Street sits vacant, backing up to SEPTA tracks.
Eyes on the Street

Situation Vacant: Growing vegetables and opportunity amid blight

In advance of PlanPhilly’s panel discussion about the city’s vacant land strategies on June 12th, Eyes on the Street is collecting and sharing stories from Community Contributors about vacant…

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