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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…

UC Review: L&I Sweep of Baltimore Ave announced

UC Review: L&I Sweep of Baltimore Ave announced Last Thursday, the UC Review launched its radio show on WPEB, 88.1 last Thursday, May 6th at 8:00 a.m. Featuring Editor Robert…

Star: Turning old Tasty site into retail hub

Star: Turning old Tasty site into retail hub The sign, undoubtedly recognizable to Philadelphians, can still be seen looming high above the Hunting Park Avenue site. But the business that…

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…

Philly.com: Deal brings Hyundai cars and jobs to S. Phila.

A deal is done for Hyundai and Kia auto manufacturers to bring a large vehicle-import business to Philadelphia's waterfront, starting with up to 150,000 cars a year. The auto-finishing facility for…

Harris Steinberg: A chance to reshape casino

Inquirer: A chance to reshape casino By Harris Steinberg Philadelphia was dealt a bad hand when the Foxwoods casino was proposed for the city's Delaware River waterfront. But with the…

Inquirer: Development begins in Francisville

Inquirer: Development of rental unit site begins Ground was broken Monday at 15th and Poplar Streets in the Francisville section of the city for a development of 44 new rental units…

Inquirer: Tasty Baking to sell Nicetown properties

Inquirer: Tasty Baking to sell Nicetown properties Tasty Baking Co. announced Tuesday that it is selling two pieces of land in Nicetown - the sites of its bakery and its…

Inquirer: Redevelopment Authority tackles blight a house at a time

Inquirer: Redevelopment Authority tackles blight a house at a time Quietly but deliberately, the Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority has been acquiring vacant or foreclosed houses, rehabbing them, then selling them to…

Inquirer: Going modular to cut city construction costs

Inquirer: Going modular to cut city construction costs Construction began on more homes in Philadelphia in 2004 than in any other year in the last three decades. But even in…

Changing Skyline: An artful urban casino or more big-box blah?

Changing Skyline: An artful urban casino or more big-box blah? Pennsylvania's new casinos take the architectural term decorated shed very much to heart. Harrah's Chester, the first to open in…

New Marketplace in Francisville

A message from Fairmount CDC: Voice your thoughts of a new outdoor Market Place in Francisville The Francis Village Market Place will be a full service vendor based open market that…

Inquirer: Temple's real gem: Baptist Temple to reopen as cultural arts center

Inquirer: Temple's real gem: Baptist Temple to reopen as cultural arts center THERE ARE striking surprises inside the renovated Baptist Temple, on Broad Street at Temple University's North Philadelphia campus.…

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…

Inquirer: Tasty Baking shows off new digs

Inquirer: Tasty Baking shows off new digs The new home of Butterscotch Krimpets at the Navy Yard in South Philadelphia is a study in contrasts. A larger-than-life-size 1920s image of…

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…

Inquirer: Soup giant and hip-hop holdout battle over Camden's Sears site

Inquirer: Soup giant and hip-hop holdout battle over Camden's Sears site The entrepreneur charges through the dark, dank historic building at the entrance to Camden, speaking excitedly of its potential…

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…

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