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    • Contrary to concerns, riverfront overlay stands until new overlay or new zoning code takes effect.

Central Delaware Overlay passes city council

After more than two years of talks between First District Councilman Mark Squilla, planners, developers, landowners and waterfront advocates, City Council has passed a zoning ordinance designed to shape future development…

    • Master Plan from DRWC

Central Delaware Overlay on way to full Council

A zoning bill designed to marry future development along the Central Delaware to the city's long-range development plan for that riverfront is on its way to city council. The Central Delaware…

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Zoning bill designed to shape development of city's Delaware River master plan goals introduced

Note: An earlier version of this article said that CDAG had no issue with the elimination of Berks Street as a River Access Street. CDAG's position is actually that if Berks…

    • Height limits DRWC Master Plan for Delaware

Central Delaware overlay nears introduction

Zoning legislation that would create rules for development along the Central Delaware waterfront could be introduced later this month. “That's the goal,” Central Delaware Advocacy Group Vice Chairman Joe Schiavo said…

    • Waterfront advocacy group members say Central Delaware Overlay still lacks adequate protection for the riverfront

Waterfront advocacy group members say Central Delaware Overlay still lacks adequate protection for the riverfront

With time to introduce and pass legislation creating a zoning overlay for the Central Delaware Riverfront dwindling, some Central Delaware Master Plan advocates are questioning the potential efficacy of the current…

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Waterfront Corporation to get report on Master Plan from riverfront property owner Jim Anderson

Craig Schelter told the Delaware River Waterfront Corporation executive board at Thursday's meeting that they will soon be receiving a package with drawings and documents detailing how the plan to redevelop…

    • Master Plan Manager Sarah Thorp discusses the setback, other issues with CDAG

Size of riverfront setback could shrink considerably

The 100-foot buffer now required between development and the Delaware River in central Philadelphia may shrink significantly, perhaps to 35 feet. The larger swath is current law stipulated in the Central…

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