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Weekly Press: Continued strength in Center City’s sidewalk café scene

Weekly Press: CCD finds continued strength in Center City’s sidewalk café scene Haywood Brewster writes that in its eighth annual survey of sidewalk cafes, the Center City District (CCD) counted…

Phila Business Journal: Naval Square second phase begins

Philadelphia Business Journal: Demand drives Toll to build anew at Naval Square Despite the general lag in the housing market, Toll Brothers Inc. broke ground on a $100 million, second phase…

Changing Skyline: A nonconformist's development coup

Changing Skyline: A nonconformist's development coup Inquirer architecture critic Inga Saffron comments on the Piazza at Schmidt's, the latest project of Northern Liberties developer Bart Blatstein.  The Piazza includes a…

Changing Skyline: Modernist gems of the Great Northeast

Changing Skyline: Modernist gems of the Great Northeast Inga Saffron writes about a local photographer's efforts to document modernist architecture in Northeast Philadelphia.

DHS Breaks Ground on New Youth Study Center

University City Review: DHS Breaks Ground on New Youth Study Center The UC Review reports that the Department of Human Services broke ground on Wednesday on its state-of-the-art facility at…

Inquirer: $65 million crescendo for Curtis

Inquirer: $65 million crescendo for Curtis Check out Peter Dobrin's article on the Locust Street expansion of the Curtis Institute of Music, including a 10-story new building. Demolition is expected…

Still no ZBA resolution on Campus Inn project

University City Review: Still no resolution on Campus Inn Nicole Contosta reports that the Zoning Board of Adjustments delayed making a decision on Campus Inn this past Tuesday, March 24th.…

UPDATED: Newsletters, February 2009

Pennsylvania Planning Association "Vantage Point" A publication of the Pennsylvania chapter of the American Planning Association. Preservation Alliance e-news, February 2009 The mission of the Preservation Alliance is to actively promote…

Loose Canon: Once and Future Journalism

Loose Canon: Once and Future Journalism See Bruce Schimmel's column in this week's City Paper that features an overview of PlanPhilly managing editor Matt Golas and his efforts to cover…

Portion of Mayor Nutter's $13 million for commercial corridors goes to Lancaster Ave

University City Review: Lancaster Ave receives piece of the $13 million pie for small businesses Standing in front of Villa, 4034 Lancaster Ave, last Sunday, February 8th, Mayor Michael Nutter…

Historical Commission issues final approval for Campus Inn

University City Review: Historical Commission issues final approval for Campus Inn The Philadelphia Historical Commission issued final approval for the Campus Inn extended stay hotel at its monthly meeting, Friday,…

UPDATED: Newsletters, December 2008

Pennsylvania Planning Association "Vantage Point" A publication of the Pennsylvania chapter of the American Planning Association. Next Great City Newsletter, 5 December 2008 The Next Great City coalition is made up…

Recent Immigration to Philadelphia: Regional Change and Response

Recent Immigration to Philadelphia: Regional Change and Response Check out this report just released by The Brookings Institution that analyzes immigration trends in the Philadelphia region. Among its peers, metropolitan Philadelphia…

Architectural Committee approves Campus Inn "in concept"

The Philadelphia Historical Commission’s Architectural Committee (PHCAC) recommended Campus Inn, the 10-story extended-stay hotel slated for the corner of 40th and Pine Streets, "in concept," Tuesday, October 28th. Campus Inn is…

    • 'A Clean Break' exhibition along South Broad Street, as part of DesignPhiladelphia 2008

Weekend on South Broad Street: "A Clean Break" and Dranoff's 777

A recent walk along South Broad Street featured many new sites that were not there over the summer.  A Clean Break Namely, the stellar citywide exhibition that is DesignPhiladelphia 2008 transformed a vacant…

Obama and McCain campaigns discuss urban policy issues

Remember rejoicing when you read Inga Saffron's column during the Democratic Primary that called out how the candidates were ignoring urban issues?  Well, the remaining campaigns will make their best attempt…

Updated: Philadelphia Signs and Billboards

I'm guessing by now that everyone has noticed that the Zoning Board of Adjustment rejected the zoning variance that would allow Unisys to construct its logo two-thirds of the way up…

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