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    • Properties in the neighborhoods surrounding Drexel University offer apartments for a burgeoning student population.

As Drexel transforms University City, communities nearby prepare for gentrification

When Schuylkill Yards was first announced – Brandywine Realty Trust’s proposal to turn 14 acres of largely empty, Drexel University-owned land between the college and 30th Street Station into 7 million…

    • Conceptual rendering of Drexel Square at JFK Boulevard

Community leaders hopeful as Brandywine and Penn Medicine commit to local and minority hiring for upcoming projects

Philadelphia’s leaders gathered Tuesday under the gilded trim of the Mayor’s reception room in City Hall to celebrate a job well done on work that’s yet to begin. Joined by city…

    • Conceputual rendering of Drexel Square at Schuylkill Yards

Planning Commission hears community concerns, supports rezoning for first phase of Schuylkill Yards

Jerry Sweeney breezed through a presentation he’s given dozens of times before: Brandywine Realty Trust’s vision for a new 14-acre, $3.5 billion “innovation district” just west of 30th Street Station: Schuylkill…

    • University City District's popular Porch would see continued improvements under the 30th Street Station District Plan

30th Street Station District Plan unveiled to excitement and ambivalence

On Wednesday night the freshly unveiled draft of the 30th Street Station District was put before the the public, once again seeking input. The North Concourse buzzed with excitement as Karl…

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

30th Street Station District draft plan: Reopen SEPTA tunnel by 2020, cap rail yards by 2050

The 30th Street Station District team released a draft plan for overhauling the station and the surrounding area in advance of the plan’s penultimate public feedback meeting, which will be…

    • Cira Green

February 8: PA lawmakers siphoning transpo funding for troopers | Brandywine's big sell-off | BID 3.0

State lawmakers keep siphoning off the new dedicated transportation revenue from Act 89 to increase funding for state troopers, reports Mary Wilson. Robert Latham with the Associated Pennsylvania Constructors tells Wilson…

    • Manayunk Mural Arts installation

May 14: House votes to cut Amtrak funding | Brandywine plans huge East Market project | Common Ground Marketplace preview

Just hours after the Amtrak derailment in Port Richmond, the US House voted to slash funding for Amtrak passenger rail service by $260 million. More money can't solve every problem, but…

    • The main hall of 30th St. Station. (Courtesy Amtrak/Chuck Gomez)

Will plans for 30th St. Station District include capping rail yards? That's up to you

A lot of people have a lot of big plans for 30th Street Station – capping the rail yard to its North, re-opening the tunnel between it and the Market-Frankford Line…

    • The collapse site from above, from the RiverWest Condominium's rooftop.

Site of fatal building collapse will become public memorial park

Mayor Michael Nutter announced on Thursday that a property at the corner of 22nd and Market streets in Center City will become a memorial park to honor the six people killed…

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Zoning board considers residential tower at 20th and Market

Update: The Zoning Board of Adjustment granted both variances and the special exception to Brandywine Realty Trust on Sept. 11, 2013.  Representatives of Brandywine Realty Trust implored the zoning board on…

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Brandywine seeks zoning approvals for 1919 Market Street apartments

On Wednesday, the Zoning Board of Adjustment will consider granting two variances and one special exception to Brandywine Realty Trust for a proposed 29-story residential tower on an empty lot at…

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Eyes on the Street

Jan 31: BIA fights O'Neill's commercial zoning changes | Manayunk's drinking problem | no veto override for Electric Factory ad | Cira South update | uphill battle for Actual Value Initiative

Good morning and happy Thursday. After last night’s storm the temperature is expected to drop 40° by 5pm, so don't be fooled by the warm morning. Here’s what’s making news…

    • Daybreak | Flickr user phillytrax, Eyes on the Street Flickr group
Eyes on the Street

Private Hewson Street | opening energy use data | Fairmount Park's accounting mistake | Penn puts data over Schuylkill | no treatment center for Kemble Ave

Is it legal for a Fishtown property owner to fence off their East Henson Street sidewalk? Turns out that part of the street was privatized in the 1960s. City Howl breaks…

    • The latest addition

Cira South construction update

  The site in August More construction progress can be seen in what used to be a gaping hole between Walnut and Chestnut Street -- the spot of ground formerly-known-as the…

    • Cira South

Cira South progress update

On the northern side of Walnut Street is the future location of Cira Center South, a development set to include a 42-story office and hotel tower on Walnut Street, a…

Phila. Business Journal: Brandywine moving ahead at 30th St. Post Office, Cira South

By Natalie KostelniPhiladelphia Business Journal Brandywine Realty Trust has lined up forward financing for the redevelopment of the 30th Street Post Office and Cira South garage projects in the University…

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