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PlanPhilly weekly news recap 1-03-08

1-03-08 Dear PlanPhilly member, Here is a recap of some holiday week news in design and planning in Philadelphia: 1. Injunction on North Broad Street On Christmas Eve, the Preservation Alliance…

PlanPhilly weekly news recap 10-11-07

10-11-07 Dear PlanPhilly member, This week in planning and design news, PlanPhilly reporters Alan Jaffe and Matt Blanchard shed some light on the deplorable conditions affecting portions of the historic Girard…

PlanPhilly weekly news recap 12-20-2007

12-20-2007Dear PlanPhilly member, In another busy week, PlanPhilly brings you the following stories in design and planning in Philadelphia: 1. Army Corps Weighs Demolition and Redevelopment of Riverfront Pier The…

PlanPhilly weekly news recap 1-30-08

Dear PlanPhilly member, The big news this week was the appointment of Andrew Altman as the Deputy Mayor for Commerce and Economic Development, a new post that strengthens the planning…

    • SugarHouse site

SugarHouse work could go to Phase III

Feb. 19By Kellie Patrick GatesFor PlanPhilly    The chances of finding artifacts from the British occupation of Philadelphia is too remote to delay construction on the SugarHouse Casino site,…

    • Planning Commission

Penn Treaty Tower, Navy Yard updates

Feb. 19 By Thomas J. WalshFor PlanPhilly The Philadelphia City Planning Commission on Tuesday afternoon approved plans and amendments for two significant new buildings along the Delaware Riverfront, but only…

    • Making the case for blending old and new

Making the case for blending old and new

Feb. 18 By Alan JaffeFor PlanPhilly Fernando and Humberto Campana integrate the primitive and the progressive -- the Indian culture of their native Brazil and the modernity of present-day…

    • Inga Saffron

A view of the city by Inga Saffron

Feb. 15By Matt GolasFor PlanPhilly Inga Saffron, one of the most influential voices at The Philadelphia Inquirer simply because she critiques the powerbrokers who decide what will be designed,…

    • PLICO demolition

Local protection is best - but only if you're registered

Feb. 13By Kellie Patrick GatesFor PlanPhilly   Local historic preservation laws have much more power than their state and federal counterparts.   The Philadelphia Historic Commission "has the full…

    • Jon Farnham, Laura Spina, John Gallery

Zoning Code Commission heats up

Feb. 13 By Matt BlanchardFor PlanPhilly You can’t argue with free coffee and blueberry muffins, but after seven months of breakfast buffet “learning sessions,” members of the Zoning Code Commission…

    • Preservation Alliance campaign

Our historic preservation conundrum

The Preservation Alliance postcard campaign Feb. 13City of Philadelphia Historical Commission link Parkside Historic Preservation Corp. link Preservation Alliance link Brantwood at Parkside By Kellie Patrick GatesFor PlanPhilly Parkside…

    • Track between 30th Street Station and Suburban Station

From our Reprise Collection: Making the Center City commuter connection

Editor's note: With the Center City Commuter Connection turning 30 tomorrow, PlanPhilly thought it would be appropriate to look back at a seminal piece of explanatory journalism that examined what it…

    • PLICO demolition

Update: PLICO demo complete

Feb. 11Check out PCCA webcam for live demo updates UPDATE: A little more than two weeks after about 60 preservationists held a protest rally to call for the protection of…

    • Michael Nutter

Q&A with Michael Nutter

Feb. 8By Kellie Patrick GatesFor PlanPhillyThe developers of Philadelphia's two proposed casinos should not take for granted any agreements reached with the former mayor's administration."I didn't agree…

    • First day of business for new PCPC

First day of business for new PCPC

Acting Chairman Duane BumbPrevious coverage  Feb. 8By Thomas J. WalshFor PlanPhilly As mandated by the city’s Home Rule Charter, the new members of the Philadelphia City Planning Commission were…

    • SugarHouse site

SugarHouse pulls workers from site

Feb. 5 The legal wrangleBy Kellie Patrick GatesFor PlanPhilly   All is quiet at the SugarHouse Casino site - the big earth-moving machinery and the people who ran it…

Chris Satullo: creating a more inviting Kimmel

Jan. 26Inquirer columnist Chris Satullo on the project to create a more inviting Kimmel Center. Suggestions Satullo received from the public.

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