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    • 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…

    • Union leader John Dougherty strongly opposed the construction tax.

August 5: FBI probing Doc | SDP retesting lead in schools | Parking lawyer robots

FBI investigators probed several locations this morning including labor leader John Dougherty's home in Pennsport, the IBEW Union Hall on Spring Garden, and Councilman Bobby Henon's office, CBS 3 reports. Pennsylvania…

    • Camac Street's oak block pavers were getting chewed up. (October 9, 2012)

July 7: Senate rejects 'sanctuary cities' bill | Uber truce | Maintaining Camac |

The U.S. Senate again rejected Senator Pat Toomey's bill blocking federal Community Development Block Grants from sanctuary cities like Philadelphia, the Associated Press reports.  The Philadelphia Parking Authority is temporarily allowing…

    • Rendering of the new entrance to reopened tunnel between 30th Street Station and SEPTA's subway and trolley station

June 16: 30th Street Station plan finalized | Historic nominations galore | The Oslo standard

Ashley Hahn wrote about the PECO building's historic nomination yesterday, and there were a few other nominations of interest that will now be considered by the full Historical Commission: The Mutual…

    • Public Safety Services Campus

June 1: Kenney exploring Inquirer building for PPD HQ | Bike fatalities up | Parking space and people space

Despite spending around $40 million so far to turn the Provident Mutual Insurance Building at 46th and Market into a Public Safety Services Campus for the Police Department, David Gambacorta reports…

    • Donald Shoup, author of

Four ideas for fixing parking politics from Donald Shoup

The High Cost of Free Parking should not be as popular of a book as it is. It is a nearly 600-page, 20-year old collection of academic research by UCLA professor…

    • Divine Lorraine sign

May 3: Most abated properties see increase in tax liability | Shoup on Radio Times | Divine Lorraine pop-up

A analysis of OPA data from the City Controller Alan Butkovitz found that around 12,000 of the city's 15,000 abated properties will see a tax increase under the 2017 assessments, reports…

    • Entertainment screen

April 21: PHA shake-up | Front-seat entertainment screens | Exciting parking manual

Philadelphia Housing Authority executive director Kelvin Jeremiah terminated three top employees at the agency yesterday without explanation, including the General Counsel, Chief Financial Officer, and the managing director of PHA's non-profit…

    • 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…

    • PHA considers Liddonfield proposals

March 25: Liddonfield redevelopment delayed | Philly Day Hiker | In defense of Trader Joe's parking lots

Re­devel­op­ment of the former Lid­don­field Homes pub­lic hous­ing pro­ject at Tor­res­dale Av­en­ue and Megar­gee Street in Upper Holmesburg is delayed, reports William Kenny. The plan, which has support from the civic…

    • Parkadelphia

New 'Parkadelphia' tool visualizes Philly parking rules

Eighteen months ago, Lauren Ancona was frustrated that PPA had no easy visual reference for parking permit zones, so she made her own. From there, she taught herself to code…

    • 5th and Race

March 18: L+I responds to demolition-related collapse on bus | Sterling Act angst | Curb cut registry

At a demolition site at 5th and Race yesterday morning, part of a building wall collapsed onto a passing school bus, had just finished dropping off a group of 5th graders at…

    • Robinson Building

February 12: Setting the Complete Streets agenda | Endangered Fishtown church up for sale | Parking ticket amnesty

Andrew Stober, former chief of staff at MOTU and current VP of planning and economic development at University City District, is out with an op-ed making the case that pedestrian injuries…

    • National Products building

February 2: PA short $6B in transpo funding | Planning through the courts | UberPOOL

Act 89 transportation revenues are coming in $6 billion short of what the Corbett administration projected in 2013, reports Melissa Daniels, previewing PennDOT Secretary Leslie Richards's testimony to the Senate Transportation…

    • Broad and Washington snow pile

January 28: PPA and taxi companies colluding to fight Uber | Mount Washington | Free transfers

William Bender at the Daily News obtained emails between the Philadelphia Parking Authority and taxi medallion owners showing substantial collusion between the industry and regulators in fighting the spread of ride-hailing…

    • Goldtex

January 27: Philly rental vacancies at 2.8% | Creative engagement in Germantown | New Councilmembers taking city cars

Alan Heavens reports city apartment vacancy rates fell from 5.7 percent in December 2014 to 2.8 percent in December 2015, despite all the new apartment construction, according to data from…

    • No Savesies

January 22: SEPTA energy capture program expanding | Paying for sidewalks at point-of-sale | Castor Ave traffic calming

A new public-private partnership will expand SEPTA's 2012 pilot program that captures the energy created when subway trains hit the brakes, reports Andrew Maykuth. "Constellation Energy Resources...will pay for and install…

    • SEPTA poster

January 14: SEPTA hears it from regional rail riders | Manayunk condo accepts Bitcoins | North Philly political crossfire

Powerful electrician's union leader John Dougherty stepped down as 1st Ward leader, reports Holly Otterbein, and committeepeople elected 20th division committeeman Tom Rumbaugh to take his place. This fall, Dougherty …

    • Bowie Forever

January 12: Lenfest donates Inquirer, Daily News to new non-profit | Kenney lauds open data | Plastic soul

Some major media news this morning as Jeff Gammage reports H.F. "Gerry" Lenfest, sole owner of Philadelphia Media Network, which includes the Inquirer, Daily News, and Philly.com, has donated those news organizations…

    • Richards Medical Research Laboratories | Cliff Williams, via Flickr | Creative Commons License

January 8: Wilson Goode, Jr. back as senior policy advisor | Making housing vouchers an entitlement | Wheelmen's bicycle club

Former four-term City Council member Wilson Goode, Jr. was appointed to the new City Council staff position of senior policy advisor, reports Damon WIlliams. One takeaway from Jared Brey's profile of…

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