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Inquirer: Tradition and revitalization along E. Passyunk Avenue

Inquirer: Tradition and revitalization along E. Passyunk Avenue Staring out the window of his cheese shop one slow afternoon, Philip Mancuso declares himself "the last of the Mohicans." After almost…

Bart Blatstein to break ground on supermarket in Northern Liberties

First reported on Philebrity: On Tuesday, February 16 at 3:30 p.m, developer Bart Blatstein will be breaking ground on his long-rumored shopping center at Second Street and Girard Ave. in…

Bulldozed in New London: The Latest on Kelo and Eminent Domain

UC Review: Bulldozed in New London: The Latest on Kelo and Eminent Domain By Dr. John A. Sparks Pfizer, the huge drug company, has announced that it will be leaving…

"Little Mexico," 9th Street’s new flavor

Weekly Press: "Little Mexico," 9th Street’s new flavor If not for the mounds of snow proving otherwise, people shopping on 9th Street south of Washington Avenue, and weaving in and…

Inky: Fox Chase loses appeal to use Burholme Park

Fox Chase loses appeal to use Burholme ParkBy Linda Loyd Fox Chase Cancer Center yesterday lost its appeal to use 19.4 acres of neighboring Burholme Park for a $1 billion…

Inquirer: Solar panel factory coming to Navy Yard

Inquirer: Solar panel factory coming to Navy Yard Gov. Rendell is expected to announce Monday that a Greek solar-panel manufacturing company intends to build a production facility at the Philadelphia Navy…

Drexel Breaks Ground on Papadakis Integrated Sciences Building

Drexel University has broken ground for a new science building named for its late president. The $70 million Constantine Papadakis Integrated Sciences Building at 33rd and Chestnut in Philadelphia is expected…

Inquirer: Ground broken for new Barnes home

Inquirer: Ground broken for new Barnes home After years of litigation, court hearings, protests and fundraising, the renowned Barnes Foundation, long of Latchs Lane in Merion, finally broke ground this…

UC Review: Campus Inn to be Homewood Suites on 41st and Walnut Sts.

UC Review: Campus Inn to be Homewood Suites on 41st and Walnut Sts. While the name and location may have changed, the hotel’s former name, Campus Inn - originally planned…

NYT: Providence RI moves interstate to reconnect with cut-off neighborhoods

New York Times: Providence RI moves interstate to reconnect with cut-off neighborhoods This city, which once moved rivers to create a new urban design, is now moving a major highway…

Inquirer extensive profile of "Camden rebirth" efforts

Check out the extensive reporting by the Philadelphia Inquirer, conducted over 13 months and featuring more than 130 interviews. Camden: The promise and the price Camden Rebirth: A promise still…

Extended-stay hotel site shifts to 41st and Walnut

First reported last week, the Daily Pennsylvanian writes that University City’s proposed extended-stay hotel is seeing a second life after the project’s planners chose to move the proposed site of…

Neighbors rally to guide Garrett Hill’s development

Neighbors rally to guide Garrett Hill’s development The Philadelphia Inquirer reports on the recent Garrett Hill Master Plan and overlay district. Over the past two years residents of Garrett Hill, a…

UC Review: Walnut Hill homes to receive makeovers

UC Review: Walnut Hill homes to receive makeovers In the span of a single day, five Walnut Hill homes will undergo essential renovations on Saturday, October 10th. That’s when Rebuilding…

Councilmen DiCicco and Kenney write bill to reform L&I

Weekly Press: Councilmen DiCicco and Kenney write bill to reform L&I As any Philadelphian knows, when it comes time to report an issue to L & I, they often do…

FixItPhilly.org: Tracking Philadelphia Zoning and Development Review News

FixItPhilly.org: Tracking Philadelphia Zoning and Development Review News www.FixItPhilly.org is the website of the When We Fix It Coalition, organized to reform Philadelphia’s outdated zoning code and cumbersome development approval process.…

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Cira South construction update

  The site in August More construction progress can be seen in what used to be a gaping hole between Walnut and Chestnut Street -- the spot of ground formerly-known-as the…

University City: a booming café hub

University City Review -- University City: a booming café hub Nicole Contosta outlines the multitude of cafes in the University City area, from Ethiopian refuges to Spanish paninis and everything in…

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