PlanPhilly

Articles

You are viewing 6 articles with the tag liquor licensing by the author Jon Geeting

    • Ray's Happy Birthday Bar

Philly liquor license prices doubled in three years. What does that mean for commercial corridors?

Michael Klein reports that Philadelphia's liquor license prices have doubled in the last three years: A side-effect of the ongoing restaurant boom in Philadelphia: The price of a liquor license…

    • 9th and Wharton

June 18: Kenney on street sweeping | Where Philly tap water comes from | Liquor license prices skyrocket

Despite the just-approved South District plan's recommendation to rezone the property next to Pat's Steaks at 9th and Wharton for mixed-use, the ZBA unanimously rejected developer Paul Mirabello's plan for a…

    • Proposed development at 2012-2020 Wharton Street, rendering from JKR Partners

The top five Philly planning politics fights of 2014

2010 WHARTON (AND THE WHOLE SLEW OF OCF REALTY DEVELOPMENTS IN POINT BREEZE) Let’s take the most obvious one first. The 2nd District City Council primary contest between the incumbent Councilman…

    • Girard Station
    • Spruce Street Harbor Park

Would a new pop-up "industry" be a bad thing for Philly?

One interesting wrinkle to watch in the debate over pop-up beer gardens is the disagreement between Rep. John Taylor and John Longacre of the Philadelphia Tavern Owners Association over how widespread…

    • Independence Beer Garden, July 8, 2014

The Prohibition-era policy driving the political scuffle over pop-up beer gardens

A quartet of state lawmakers are pushing back on Philly's pop-up gardens, taking issue with something called an off-premise catering permit that allows vendors to "cater" alcohol sales at these pop-up…

Logging in via Facebook

Log in

Subscribe to our mailing list

* indicates required
Which weekly emails would you like to receive?