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Weekly Press: Penn students offer development ideas for South St. Bridge area

Weekly Press: Penn students offer development ideas for South St. Bridge area A vital chapter in the protracted saga of the South St. Bridge restoration came to a close last…

Preservation Alliance Advocacy Alert: Family Court Building

The City of Philadelphia is reportedly preparing a request for proposals seeking private redevelopment of the Family Court Building, John T. Windrim's grand neoclassical landmark on Logan Circle.  We believe that…

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Livable Communities and Philadelphia

On Monday, May 17th, Livable Communities Task Force Members Earl Blumenauer and Allyson Y. Schwartz will join Penn Design School’s Penn Praxis and the Academy of Natural Sciences in Philadelphia for…

KYW: Planned Franklin Institute Expansion Will Include Brain Exhibit

May 3, 2010 KYW: Planned Franklin Institute Expansion Will Include Brain Exhibit This may be a no-brainer: the Franklin Institute plans a major expansion starting next year -- a three-story…

Inquirer: Highest price, $12.5 million, paid for city residence

Inquirer: Highest price, $12.5 million, paid for city residence Philadelphia's most expensive private residence is now owned by money manager Theodore R. Aronson and Barbara Berger Aronson. Theodore, who heads…

Inquirer: Panels for President's House memorial on display

Inquirer: Panels for President's House memorial on display Proposed exhibition panels for the President's House memorial have been placed on display for public comment at the Independence Visitor Center, Sixth…

Volunteer for Philadelphia Green

Philadelphia Green is looking for some hardy volunteers to help maintain some popular downtown landscapes.  Not only is this an opportunity to contribute to Philadelphia’s green image, but you’re bound to…

Write Congress to Help Complete the Trail

In March, bicyclists, walkers, and trail users from around the country convened in Washington D.C. to advocate for better policies and laws to improve bicycling and walking in cities, towns, the…

Inquirer: DRPA approves contract for Phila. light-rail studies

Inquirer: DRPA approves contract for Phila. light-rail studies A waterfront rail line in Philadelphia moved closer to reality yesterday as the Delaware River Port Authority approved a $6.5 million contract…

Inquirer: A road trip to pitch the Convention Center

Inquirer: A road trip to pitch the Convention Center WASHINGTON - An early March sunset haloed the White House, the Jefferson Memorial, and the Washington Monument, but Jack Ferguson never…

Weekly Press: Washington Square Residents Accuse Park Service of Removing Tree

Weekly Press: Washington Square Residents Accuse Park Service of Removing Tree Washington Square Park, with its proximity to Independence Square, symbolizes many things to many people. For some, it’s revered…

Weekly Press: Center City District Sued over Maintenance Exemption

Weekly Press: Center City District Sued over Maintenance Exemption The Center City District (CCD) was slammed with an class-action lawsuit earlier this month from former Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice Russell…

Philly Weekly Spotlights the Delaware Riverfront

In this week's Multimedia section of Philadelphia Weekly, Stephen Metzger posts a video about the Delaware riverfront, the many neighborhoods it touches and the variety of activities at the river's…

UPDATED: Publications and Newsletters, March 2010

GRID Philly, April 2010 GRID magazine is a new Philadelphia-based magazine for sustainability. Covering topics such as energy, food, shelter, transportation, ecology and culture. DVRPC Focus Newsletter, March 2010 Delaware Valley…

Keystone National Bank Design Debated

Keystone Bank Restoration Update Current plans for the restoration of the former Keystone Bank building's Chestnut Street facade have proven contentious. Architect JKR Partners has proposed a two-story glass box to…

Bike Sharing Feasibility Study Now Available Online

See Inquirer story here A message from Bike Share Philadelphia: Finally, the bike share feasibility study, "Philadelphia Bike share Concept Study," is finished and available for all to see. What…

Check out the Barnes Foundation construction webcam

Watch the Barnes's new building rise on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway with our new construction site webcam. Just follow the link here and you can monitor the site step-by-step as it…

On track: Phila. waterfront rail line

Inquirer: On track: Phila. waterfront rail line Plans for a waterfront rail line in Philadelphia took a step forward yesterday, as a Delaware River Port Authority committee approved a $6.5…

South Street Headhouse District Kicks Off 'Heart of the District' Campaign

Weekly Press: South Street Headhouse District Kicks Off 'Heart of the District' Campaign Social media initiative illustrates the eclectic Philadelphia neighborhood and promotes its monthly Fourth Friday event South Street…

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