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You are viewing 7 articles with the tag Carl Dranoff by the author Jon Geeting

    • homefront philadelphia

May 27: Ardmore transit-oriented development approved | Apartments replacing Abbott Square parking | Philly in 'Homefront'

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court cleared the way for Carl Dranoff's transit-oriented development project in Ardmore, that's been held up for a decade by legal challenges for years, reports Maria Panaritis.…

    • Center City transit concourse

April 18: SEPTA begins City Hall Concourse renovations | Ardmore TOD battle | Chicago rezoning

"Health has a lot less to do with your genetic code and a lot more to do with your zip code," says Dan Taylor, a North Philly pediatrician. Alfred Lubrano…

    • SLS International

February 23: PA budget standoff delaying developments | MOTU reborn as OTIS | Median trash can parking

The state budget crisis is delaying RACP funding for several large Philly development projects, reports Jacob Adelman, and developers say they may have to scale back or change their plans…

    • Broad and Pine

December 23: End in sight for PA budget | 23-story tower for South Broad | Cashless tolling

In an unexpected twist in the PA budget saga, a group of moderate House Republicans joined House Democrats in a parliamentary maneuver to advance the $30.8 billion budget framework supported by…

    • Winterfest

November 6: Wolf's mandate | Winterfest | Bike Advocacy Board | Ardmore TOD fight

Let the tussling over the scope of Tom Wolf's mandate begin. Congressman Chaka Fattah says he expects to spend another decade in his House seat, but a second member of his…

    • St Laurentius Church

September 30: Economists on Uber | Millennials and the housing market | Lombard station infill | St. Laurentius decertified

For those following the policy debate over "transportation network companies, " the IGM Economic Experts Panel, a regular poll of 40 well-known academic economists from across the political spectrum, found that…

    • Dilworth's $40 parking permit

September 5: Half-hourly regional rail | Dilworth's $40 parking permit | Subterranean concourse adventure

SEPTA is looking at improvements that could lead to half-hourly off-peak service on Manayunk/Norristown and the Chestnut Hill East regional rail lines, reports Sandy Smith. Rachel Dovey at Next City looks…

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