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UPDATED: Publications and Newsletters, December 2009

Pennsylvania Planning Association "Vantage Point" A publication of the Pennsylvania chapter of the American Planning Association. Biohabitats, Leaf Litter: Winter Solstice 2009 Temperatures and snowflakes are beginning to drop. What better…

UPDATED: Publications and Newsletters, November 2009

Pennsylvania Planning Association "Vantage Point" A publication of the Pennsylvania chapter of the American Planning Association. Citizens Business, Economy League of Greater Philadelphia The Economy League of Greater Philadelphia is an…

"Drexel Shaft" at 30th Street Station to be demolished Sunday

Necessary Ruins: Eulogy for a Shaft I consider the Drexel Shaft to be that good friend with a quiet solid presence.  Like a lot of utilitarian remnants of Philadephia’s industrial…

Help Plan Hidden City 2012

A message from Hidden City Philadelphia: Dear Adventurers, In June 2009, you explored with us the corners of Philadelphia. We were so impressed with your fortitude that we have placed…

The Past is Our Future: Historic Preservation and Sustainability

Historic Preservation and Sustainability Conference Historic preservationists, architects, designers and developers from throughout greater Philadelphia are invited to convene on Tuesday, December 8 for The Past is Our Future: Historic Preservation…

Nominations Open for Endangered Buildings, Preservation Achievement Awards

A message from the Preservation Alliance of Greater Philadelphia: Time is Almost Up to Nominate a BuildingEach year the  Alliance publishes its Endangered Properties List to draw attention to significant…

East Falls Historic District Approved

East Falls Historic District Approved The Historical Commission devoted two hours of its meeting to the nomination to allow adequate time for residents to express their views about the districts. Many…

Explore Philadelphia's African-American Historic Sites on Your Computer

Explore African American Historic Sites on Your Computer The Preservation Alliance has launched a new web resource to help build awareness of African American historic sites in the city. The searchable…

Publications and Newsletters, October 2009

GRID Philly, October 2009 GRID magazine is a new Philadelphia-based magazine for sustainability. Covering topics such as energy, food, shelter, transportation, ecology and culture. Green Jobs Philly News #16, October 2009…

Inquirer: Ex-owner now says tear down Sears site

Inquirer: Ex-owner now says tear down Sears site Matthew Spolar reports that former owner Mark Willis told the Camden Planning Board it was time to tear down the 82-year-old landmark…

UPDATED: Publications and Newsletters, September 2009

GRID Philly, September 2009 GRID magazine is a new Philadelphia-based magazine for sustainability. Covering topics such as energy, food, shelter, transportation, ecology and culture. Next Great City Newsletter, 7 September 2009…

A Message from Hidden City Philadelphia

Dear Adventurers,It was only this past June that we came together to put on hard hats and explore many of the unknown wonders of Philadelphia. We journeyed into forgotten realms…

Reading Viaduct: Philadelphia’s possible "hanging gardens"

University City Review: Philadelphia’s possible "hanging gardens" Reporter Mark Brakeman writes about the long-dormant stretch of the Reading Viaduct, which runs from about 10th and Spring Garden south to the…

Weekly Press: Ikea comes out for The SS United States

Weekly Press: Ikea comes out for The SS United States Written by Thom Nickels, contributing writer: Nobody wants the S.S. United States turned into a heap of scrap metal on a…

UPDATED: Publications and Newsletters, July 2009

Citizens Business, Economy League of Greater Philadelphia The Economy League of Greater Philadelphia is an independent, nonpartisan, nonprofit organization dedicated to research and analysis of the region's resources and challenges with…

University City Review: Vandals attack Historic Woodlands Cemetery

University City Review: Vandals attack Historic Woodlands Cemetery Nicole Contosta reports that over fifty graves were damaged by vandals last week, the majority of the damage consisting of knocking over…

Preservation Update: Dilworth Plaza, Libraries, Hillman Center

From the Preservation Alliance's monthly e-newsletter: Dilworth Plaza Plans AdvanceThe Philadelphia Historical Commission granted conceptual approval at its May meeting to the Center City District's plan to redesign Dilworth…

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