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    • Abandoned Storefront, 35th and Fairmount, Mantua | Theresa Stigale
Eyes on the Street

January 8: West Philly Promise Zone | 20 schools get bids | Columbus Square redesign | Demolition for Pennsport church turned temple

Happy Wednesday, Streeters. Let’s be thankful for today’s sunshine and promise of double-digit temperatures after yesterday's freeze, even though this morning it feels like -3˚. Here's what's making news…

    • Museum Towers, Phase II Rendering

Forest City developers seeking approvals for Museum Towers expansion

Museum Towers, a 300-unit apartment complex near 18th and Spring Garden streets, in Logan Square, is set to nearly double in size, under a plan discussed Tuesday afternoon at a meeting…

    • Don't you know what night can do? | Steve Ives
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Do wishes come true? 2013 review

For each new year I come up with a short civic wish list. January's also the time to look back to see if any of last year's wishes came true.…

    • Ice blasters, snowy tarmac, Philadelphia International Airport | Theresa Stigale
Eyes on the Street

January 7: Cold troubles transit | Retirees v. squatters on N 27th | Allegheny Ave's battery past | pedestrianize Bainbridge Green | on cheesesteaks

Good morning, Streeters. Even though this polar vortex means it’s downright cold (4°, feeling more like -17 thanks to biting wind, at 8am), public schools are open. Don’t get frostbitten…

    • Downtown Skyline, Front & Spring Garden | Theresa Stigale, EOTS Flickr Group
Eyes on the Street

Wishing on 2014

Like any year in the life of a city, 2013 was strikes and gutters. On the deep downside Philadelphia’s school funding woes only deepened, a building in the heart of the…

    • Hargreaves' three-dimensional model for Penn's Landing
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January 6-10: Eco + Fashion | Penn's Landing plans at DAG | James Timberlake and Marguerite Rodgers | Made in Philadelphia

Happy 2014, Streeters. Here's what's on for this first full week of the new year: RECEPTION: Eco + Fashion Exhibit Wednesday, January 8, 5-7pm. Art Gallery at City Hall, Room 116.…

    • Green Woods Charter School, shown here while still under construction in August, will welcome students starting Tuesday morning. (Bas Slabbers/for NewsWorks, file)

Green Woods Charter School opens $13.5 million Roxborough location

What had been a brownfield site in Roxborough will begin its new life as a campus devoted to environmental education this week. The ribbon-cutting for the Green Woods Charter School is…

    • Liberties, Chestnut Street | Theresa Stigale, EOTS Flickr group
Eyes on the Street

January 6: Land Bank look forward | Clarke's LOVE Park idea would trigger layers of review | Chestnut Street Transitway legacy | Interstate General Media breakup | Philly from above | 2013's lost buildings | 2014 restaurant forecast

Welcome to 2014, dear readers! We’re back at it after an extended holiday break and for this morning’s Buzz we dive back in and catch up on some of what we…

    • Visible progress on the Schuylkill River Boardwalk, looking south from the CSX Bridge

The road ahead, transportation predictions for 2014

Newly arrived 2014 is going to be a big year for Philadelphia’s transportation scene. Multiple works-in-progress, each of which have been a long time coming, will be completed. Each stands to…

    • Tree trash
Eyes on the Street

Treecycle: How to get rid of last year's Christmas tree

Ready to start the New Year fresh? Before you toss out that 2013 Christmas tree, know that the Streets Department does not recycle trees left on the curb. If you want…

    • The Philadelphia Police Department will someday leave the Roundhouse for a new headquarters in West Philly. 

Preservation news during the past year featured re-use, new leadership and historic battles

2013 Historic Preservation Review   It’s been an interesting year on the preservation front, with new challenges and new voices raised in defense of historic buildings. There was also renewed interest…

    • Quaker City
Eyes on the Street

Happy 2014 from the middle of Broad Street

Happy New Year to all! Here's the view from the middle of Broad Street yesterday as string bands like Hegeman performed, Quaker City marched, and Durning sparkled en route to 16th…

    • PHS Pop Up Garden - Broad Street

Reflecting on how public space is shaping up

Whether covering the Historical, Parks & Recreation, or Arts commissions, or simply noodling around town and noticing trends, what most continues to interest me are issues surrounding the public realm. The…

    • Sunset skyline
Eyes on the Street

2013 REWIND: What you were reading on EOTS

Eyes on the Street published more than 600 pieces in 2013 and once again we covered a lot of ground: We talked neighborhood change as we tasted tomato pie in South…

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Angels in the garden

Fairmount Park and the Picturesque Park movement of the 19th century. Today’s urban parks were born out of the ‘English’ picturesque garden design movement of the 19th century. In the 1900s…

    • Skyline from Drexel Park

Real to Reel, 2013

Here's a brief look back at 2013 as it to presented itself to PlanPhilly and Eyes on the Street. You'll see work by professional photographers such as Neal Santos and Ed…

    • The day behind | Convicted Melon
Eyes on the Street

2013 in Photos: In Motion

This week we've been looking back at 2013 in pictures. We've focused on places, faces, and today's slideshow features the city on the move, as captured by our Eyes on the…

    • Boardwalk Construction on Schuylkill Banks

Looking back at planning, waterfronts, and casino news

In 2013, Philadelphia developed and adopted plans outlining future goals for swaths of city neighborhoods. Public waterfront development of trails and parks ramped up on both rivers, plans were refined for…

    • 17th and Federal, Point Breeze | Theresa Stigale
Eyes on the Street

2013 in Photos: Faces

On Monday we featured a slideshow of Philly places as seen by our mighty fine clan of Eyes on the Street Flickr Group contributors, and today we continue our look back at…

    • Weinstein development projects

Local developer Ken Weinstein discusses plans for NW Philadelphia in 2014

The coming year is going to be busy time for development in Germantown and Mt. Airy if Ken Weinstein has anything to do with it — and he often does. Weinstein…

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