You are viewing 5 articles with the tag Zoning by the author JoAnn Greco

    • Callowhill NID

Councilman DiCicco amends Callowhill NID bill

Facing opposition from dozens of Chinatown residents brandishing signs that read "Less Income = More Taxes" and "No NID!," Councilman Frank DiCicco began today's City Council Rules Committee hearing on his…

    • Follow-up to Bradford Alley construction fight

Follow-up to Bradford Alley construction fight

Sue Ann Prince has proclaimed herself "anonymous no more," and to prove it, she stood before the Zoning Board of Adjustment yesterday to appeal a recent permit issued by the Department…

    • 9th Ward in New Orleans

The Trouble with City Planning

A few months ago, PlanPhilly contributor Thomas Walsh and I toured  a part of New Orleans' Lower Ninth Ward that's commonly become known as the area with the "Brad Pitt houses."…

    • A case in point about contextual zoning

A case in point about contextual zoning

"It's completely out of scale," says one neighbor. "It's ruining the whole block," says another."It's certainly problematic," says Nick Shmanek, an aide to Councilman Frank DiCicco.The two neighbors— who…

    • Midtown, looking toward Downtown

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