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March 24: Slow metro growth | Race and park planning | Parking bubble? | Broad & Washington scorecard

The Philadelphia metro area is growing more slowly than other metro areas around the country, the Inquirer reports. The population continues to grow thanks to births and immigration, the metro…

    • Piazza Garage proposal | Tim Haahs & Associates

Piazza in Northern Liberties to get a dedicated parking garage

A four-story, 300-car parking garage will be built behind the Piazza at Schmidt’s in Northern Liberties after the proposal was vetted on Tuesday by the Civic Design Review Committee, a board…

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Neighbors worry about parking near latest Domani proposal in Fishtown

Roland Kassis of Domani Developers wants to convert an out-of-use industrial building at 1421 E. Columbia Ave., near Memphis Street in Fishtown, into a 57-unit apartment complex with a City Fitness…

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Brandywine seeks zoning approvals for 1919 Market Street apartments

On Wednesday, the Zoning Board of Adjustment will consider granting two variances and one special exception to Brandywine Realty Trust for a proposed 29-story residential tower on an empty lot at…

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Design review committee grapples with above-ground parking issues

Philadelphia’s Civic Design Review Committee, a seven-member group that has met monthly since the new zoning code was enacted last summer, is charged with evaluating the public impacts of large development…

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Domani Developers converting former Fishtown baseball factory into 30 residences

The Zoning Board of Adjustment voted Wednesday to grant a handful of variances to Domani Developers, which is planning to convert a former baseball factory at 1701 Tulip Street in Fishtown…

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Planning Commission recommends removing curb cut limits in non-residential areas

The zoning code enacted last August sets a limit on the size and number of curb cuts that let cars into and out of surface parking lots in all zoning districts:…

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A swell of protest over proposed zoning code amendments

During public hearings on the new zoning code in City Council last fall, a few witnesses sought to quell some Councilmembers’ misgivings about the new code by reminding them that, should…

    • Bill would increase parking requirements, decrease density standards in multifamily districts

Bill would increase parking requirements, decrease density standards in multifamily districts

Against the protests of small-project developers and urban planning advocates on Wednesday, City Council’s Committee on Rules recommended Councilman Brian O’Neill’s bill that would require more parking and bigger lot sizes…

Planning Commission recommends zoning amendments related to parking and family daycare

The City Planning Commission recommended approval of two zoning bills Tuesday afternoon related to parking regulations and family daycare centers. The first bill was introduced by Councilman Brian O’Neill last month.…

    • Council members huddle, finalizing amendments to zoning code bill

Rules Committee shuffles amendments, recommends zoning code ‘clean-up’ bill

City Council’s Committee on Rules voted Wednesday morning to recommend a bill that amends various provisions of the new zoning code, which is scheduled to take effect August 22. The bill,…

Rules Committee delays vote on zoning amendments

City Council's Committee on Rules has postponed making a recommendation on dozens of amendments to the zoning code until its hearing Wednesday morning, June 13th. The Committee could not come to…

    • Council approves new parking regulations, gives itself bike-lane veto power

Council approves new parking regulations, gives itself bike-lane veto power

City Council is slowly taking over the streets of Philadelphia. On Thursday, Council members passed a dozen bills creating new parking regulations on portions of streets throughout the city, and introduced…

    • Council will consider 11th-hour amendments to new zoning code

Council will consider 11th-hour amendments to new zoning code

Councilman Bobby Henon introduced a bill in City Council Thursday morning amending portions of the new zoning code related to Civic Design Review, the pending ordinances doctrine, stream buffers, and parking.…

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