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    • mayors 3

Urbanism and the mayoral primary: How do the candidates compare?

Welcome to PlanPhilly’s Mayoral Matchmaker: the voter guide for planners, designers, neighborhood advocates, and anyone else who reads this site and cares about how this election will impact nitty gritty planning…

    • BUILDPhilly

The BUILDPhilly Coalition Mayoral Forum, April 8

The BUILDPhilly Coalition Mayoral Forum Date: April 8, 2015 Time: 7:30 am - 10:00 am ULI Philadelphia has joined with 20 other nonprofit land use groups to create BUILD Philly (…

    • Proposed Land Bank strategic plan

Philadelphia land bank board approves proposed strategic plan

Plan to be submitted to City Council for consideration The Philadelphia Land Bank Board today approved the Land Bank’s Proposed Strategic Plan. The Plan is a blueprint for returning vacant and…

    • Warner Brothers presentation

Historical Commission approves Warner Bros. building redo; 205 Race St. construction and 801 Market signage

At its August meeting, the Philadelphia Historical Commission granted final approval for the construction of an addition on the former Warner Brothers Film Distribution Center building  at 228-38 N. 13th Street as…

    • Reinventing Older Communities

Federal Reserve 2014 Reinventing Older Communities Conference

From start to finish, this is one event you don’t want to miss. The Philadelphia Fed’s Reinventing Older Communities conference, Bridging Growth & Opportunity, will be held Monday, May 12,…

    • bainbridge beauties

Guest editorial: Time needed to make AVI assessments accurate

Time to make AVI assessments accurate by David Feldman There are over half a million houses and apartments in Philadelphia. Over 70% of them are fifty years old or older, 40%…

    • alexander wilson elementary school

AxisPhilly launches Schoolhousewatch.org, hub for ideas and accountability

When another 22 public schools go vacant in June, many of Philadelphia’s most vulnerable neighborhoods are likely to be faced with yet another big empty building – the kind of building…

    • Councilman Brian O'Neill 10th District has the least property zoned CMX-2 and none zoned CMX-2.5. 
Eyes on the Street

O'Neill zoning amendments to commercial corridors would affect his district least of all

Councilman Brian O’Neill has proposed a handful of amendments to the three-month-old zoning code—he is not unique in that regard. But he is unique in that his proposals would affect every…

    • Painted on plywood at 9th and Washington - Who are the Discount Heroes? | shrimpcracker, Eyes on the Street Flickr Group
Eyes on the Street

Chinatown Community Center symbolism | think bigger at 9th and Washington | debating pop-up urbanism | new Office of Grants | $225k grant supports City Harvest

Painted on plywood at 9th and Washington - Who are the Discount Heroes? | shrimpcracker, Eyes on the Street Flickr Group Stay cool out there today, Streeters. It's supposed to be…

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