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    • Rendering of Ensemble's proposed design for a residential development at Piers 34-35 South. | Cope Linder Architects
Eyes on the Street

Check out Ensemble's proposal for Piers 34-35 South

Developer Lou Cicalese's Ensemble Investments is shopping around plans for three new Central Delaware waterfront developments, which are largely scaled-back versions of proposals advanced during last decade's development boom years. This…

    • The Benjamin Franklin Bridge's robust abutment.
Eyes on the Street

AVI delay deal | Sealing vacants | Master Plan for the Central Delaware tested | South Philly streets

Implementation of AVI, the administration’s property-tax reform plan, has been delayed for one year, reports the Daily News. City Council spent all day Thursday wrangling budget-related bills, which would…

    • Planning Commission approves Plan of Development for Marina View apartments

Planning Commission approves Plan of Development for Marina View apartments

The Philadelphia City Planning Commission met for more than four hours Tuesday afternoon to review plans for new waterfront developments, weigh in on rezoning bills, and recommend conveyance of various properties…

    • Barging Through | phillytrax, Eyes on the Street Flickr group
    • 11th & Spring | phillytrax, Eyes on the Street Flickr Group
    • Master Plan land use designations

Some of CDAG's concerns regarding a waterfront zoning overlay remain, as the deadline to get a draft to city council nears

A group that advocates for the city's plan to revitalize the Central Delaware waterfront still has some worries about future waterfront zoning designations. Concerns hinge on billboards and other non-accessory signs,…

    • Key connectors

CDAG's overlay angst: Group worries about blocked river views, developments fronted with parking lots and too much signage

Members of the Central Delaware Advocacy Group are concerned that changes in the latest draft of the Central Delaware Overlay could result in blocked river views, developments fronted with parking lots…

CDAG asks city council not to make any riverfront zoning changes that contradict the Central Delaware Master Plan

A group that advocates for the Central Delaware Riverfront has asked Mayor Michael Nutter and City Council to support the refrain from any zoning-by-parcel unless the zoning change fits in the…

Eyes on the Street

MLK Day of Service, Central Delaware zoning, Philly first in modesty, mod-minded rebirth for Mercantile Library

Good morning, chilly Philly. If you're free, warm up by participating in the Martin Luther King Day of Service. Opportunities abound in every neighborhood, and Girard College is the city’s…

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

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

Thursday night's Central Delaware Advisory Group meeting began with some panic over the overlay designed to keep Central Delaware Riverfront development in line with the city's vision for the waterfront's future.…

Steve Weixler: Wynn-win for the Delaware?

Steve Weixler: Wynn-win for the Delaware? IN ANNOUNCING his intention to build a casino at the Foxwoods site in South Philadelphia, Steve Wynn's introduction to riverfront residents began in choppy water.…

    • The former Strawbridge's, the future home of the Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News.
    • Tensions growing between City and Occupy Philly grew over the weekend.
Eyes on the Street

Tensions high between City and Occupy, Sheriff's Office's investigated, CDAG objects to SugarHouse expansion, Buddhist temple's deed stolen

Tensions growing between City and Occupy Philly grew over the weekend. It looks like Occupy Philly is heading for a showdown with the city. On Friday, Occupy Philly voted to remain…

    • CDAG members study the new SugarHouse plan

Riverfront advocacy group discusses pros and cons of new casino expansion plan

Members of the Central Delaware Advocacy Group don't particularly like SugarHouse Casino's new expansion plan. But they didn't like the old version, either.So, after mulling things over at a Thursday…

    • Blatstein property / photo by John Suvannavejh

Waterfront advocacy group says three billboard proposals run counter to the city's long term riverfront goals

Members of the Central Delaware Advocacy Group say that three billboard proposals along the waterfront are both inconsistent with the city's long-range vision for the waterfront and in violation of a…

Opponents line up against waterfront billboard

A zoning hearing to place three flatwall billboards on a vacant property along Columbus Boulevard was put off so the developer could continue negotiations with SCRUB, the blight advocacy group, and…

    • Photo courtesy of SCRUB

CDAG to fight waterfront projects that threaten the waterfront vision

Developments that violate the public's vision for the Central Delaware riverfront have been getting the green light despite a zoning overlay meant to ensure that doesn't happen, say members of the…

    • Master Plan Manager Thorp, second from the end at left, talks with CDAG

Monday's master plan unveiling to include before-and-after renderings of the Central Delaware

Eleven before-and-after renderings of key sites along the seven-mile stretch of the Delaware River Waterfront will be shown to the public as part of the Monday release of the draft summary…

Meet the First District city council candidates at this month's CDAG meeting

The four First District City Council candidates will answer waterfront planning and development questions at the  Central Delaware Advocacy Group's next meeting.Vern Anastasio, Joe Grace, Jeff Hornstein and Mark Squilla…

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