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Rethinking Philadelphia: PennDesign planners provide a look into the future

Rethinking Philadelphia: PennDesign planners provide a look into the future By DAILY NEWS STAFF FOR THE last three months, three teams of graduate students from the University of Pennsylvania have been…

UPDATED: Publications and Newsletters: April 2009

GRID Philly, April 2009 GRID magazine is a new Philadelphia-based magazine for sustainability. Covering topics such as energy, food, shelter, transportation, ecology and culture.  This month's is the gardening issue, focusing…

Weekly Press: A new vision for North Broad Street

Weekly Press: A new vision for North Broad Street Mark Brakeman writes about how North Broad Street is poised for similar renewal as the South Broad Street Avenue of the…

Economy League challenges you to balance the city budget

Take the Philadelphia Budget Challenge! Think you can close the $200 million budget gap for FY2010 for the City of Philadelphia? Click here to take the Economy League's Philadelphia Budget Challenge…

Campus Inn opponents submit final case to ZBA

University City Review: Fate of 40th & Pine still hangs in the balance Nicole Contosta reports that opponents of the Campus Inn extended-stay hotel project at 40th and Pine Streets…

Economic Stimulus Funding as it relates to planning and design

APA Advocate, The American Planning Association's Update on Legislative and Policy Issues This week's APA Advocate breaks down the latest American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 as it passed…

Daily News: Youth Study Center on schedule

Daily News: Youth Study Center on schedule According to this story published on January 21, the new Youth Study Center is on schedule to open in West Philadelphia in October…

Breakdown of Nutter's "Economic Stimulus Package" requests

As we all know, 44th President Barack Obama said throughout his campaign that infrastructure investment and urban revitalization are key to reviving the economy in this time of downturn.  In anticipation…

Martin Luther King Monument coming to Lancaster Ave

From this week's University City Review: Representatives from the Martin Luther King Historic Marker Project in conjunction with the Restore Philadelphia Corridors along Lancaster Avenue will unveil a MLK Jr.…

Re-conquering Philadelphia - One High-Quality Place at a Time

"Re-conquering Philadelphia - One High-Quality Place at a Time" Check out this "Friday Journal" recap of world-renowned urban planner Jan Gehl's visit to Philadelphia earlier in the month.  Written by Erik…

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