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You are viewing 7 articles with the tag historic preservation by the author Jon Geeting

    • Part of Jewelers' Row to be demolished by Toll Bros., August 2016

August 15: Toll Brothers don't own Jewelers' Row buildings yet | MeterUp expands | Speed cushions for N. 5th

City records show Toll Brothers hasn't purchased any of the five buildings on Jewelers' Row it plans to demolish, despite filing a demolition permit, reports Jacob Adelman.  Malcolm Burnley profiles one-man…

    • 2400 Market

May 31: Green City, Clean Waters turns five | 2400 Market riverfront promenade | 27 fatal crashes in 2016

This week marks the fifth anniversary of the Green City, Clean Waters program, Philadelphia's nationally-recognized approach to complying with the Clean Water Act which emphasizes keeping stormwater out of the sewer…

    • St. Laurentius Church is a Fishtown landmark. (Kimberly Paynter/WHYY)

March 28: Historic designation battles in PA | NJ texting and walking crackdown | Street grids and transit

Parkway Corp is shifting strategy and selling a large surface parking lot at 20th and Arch, instead of developing it themselves, reports Jacob Adelman. One takeaway: "Not much open land…

    • DVNLRN, Photo by Jeremy Marshall

Divine Lorraine retrospective: Restoration anticipation

To contextualize how momentous today's Divine Lorraine groundbreaking is, consider that a search for Divine Lorraine stories on PlanPhilly turned up 103 results, totaling 11 pages of content. Some of these…

    • Evo

December 3: Velodrome for FDR Park | #PHL2015 and historic preservation | Origins of jaywalking

A group called Project 250 is proposed an Olympic-class indoor velodrome on a 4-acre parcel of FDR park. Contruction contracts for the 11-county Philadelphia metro region are up 54% over a…

    • New vendors in the Italian Market
    • Amtrak Ridership

July 8: Preservation Tax Credit Saved | Cigarette Tax Still in Limbo | 30th St's High Amtrak Ridership | Another Building Collapse | Philly's Red Tape | Connecting the Circuit

While other advocacy groups across the state nervously wait for the budget minutiae to trickle out of Harrisburg, preservationists can unclench a bit - the PA Senate ended up rejecting a…

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