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    • Fergie Parking Lot

December 18: Fergie Tower | Family apartments | CyclePhilly time lapse | Uber co-op

Governor-elect Tom Wolf is reminding voters about the deep fiscal hole he's inheriting from the outgoing Governor Tom Corbett and his party, perhaps wary that the unpopular choices he'll have to…

    • Philadelphia's walkable, affordable neighborhoods

August 22: Philly has the most walkable and affordable neighborhoods | Density as the key to bicycle growth | Rt 10 Trolley service suspended | PNB letters

We heard mixed reactions from readers regarding the removal of the PNB letters from Philadelphia's skyline, it does seem like cause for concern that "no city regulatory agency had…

    • Gentrification Typology

August 19: School district cuts bus passes | Pat Deon's new powers | Philly's "concentrated gentrification" | Storefront challenge

Pete Saunders thinks Philly can afford to have a more productive conversation about gentrification than New York or San Francisco. Breaking gentrification down into four different types, he argues that…

    • I Voted Today

How do off-cycle elections impact Philly planning politics?

One reason PlanPhilly is shifting focus a bit to cover the political issues impacting city planning in the 2015 campaign is that accountability journalism done well can increase voter interest and…

    • Woodland Green pedestrian plaza

August 13: Permanent Woodland Green ped plaza | Bull case for Philly multifamily | Revel Casino's lesson for community development | What Philly really offers the DNC

Reality check on the apartment "overbuilding" talking point that pops up from time to time on local real estate blogs: Daniel Kline of Delancey Street Capital says he's not investing in…

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