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    • Open Air | Rob Lybeck, Eyes on the Street Flickr group
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October 1-5: Architecture in Film | Planetarium on the Parkway | 205 Race at DAG | Homeowner workshops: interior finishes and energy efficiency

Open Air | Rob Lybeck, Eyes on the Street Flickr groupArchitecture in Film: 2001: A Space Odyssey Monday, October 1, 6:30pm, film starts at 7pm. Center for Architecture, 1218 Arch…

    • Hit up the Bella Vista House tour on Sunday. | phillytrax, Eyes on the Street Flickr group
Eyes on the Street

September 28-30: LoMo Harvest Festival + Flea | Go West! Craft Fest | Puerto Rican Day Parade | Bella Vista House Tour

Hit up the Bella Vista House tour on Sunday. | phillytrax, Eyes on the Street Flickr groupLoMo Harvest Festival and Flea Market& Community Fair Saturday, September 29. Flea Market 9am-3pm,…

Center City District named recipient of a 2012 Downtown Merit Award by the International Downtown Association for Sister Cities Park

Minneapolis, MN (September 24, 2012) — During its most recent annual conference the International Downtown Association recognized the Center City District (CCD) with a Downtown Merit Award for its work and…

    • Love | Gary Reed, Eyes on the Street Flickr Group
    • A Flower Grows in Germantown | Gary Reed, Eyes on the Street Flickr Group
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September 17-21: Bike Coalition ride | Baltimore Avenue Dollar Stroll | Open Air opens

A Flower Grows in Germantown | Gary Reed, Eyes on the Street Flickr GroupBike Coalition Bike Safety/Bike Lane ride Wednesday, September 19, 5:15pm. Meet at Fitler Square Park, 23rd and…

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Hopefulness in zoning reform | Parkway light sculpture | Logan Circle en Blanc | SEPTA greenwashing

In her column today Inga Saffron explains why the new zoning code, which went into effect Wednesday, is a “watershed event for Philadelphia.” In addition to being clearer and easier to…

    • Detail of 1923 Walnut Street | Alan Jaffe, PlanPhilly
    • The Benjamin Franklin Bridge's robust abutment.
    • 1801 Vine designed by John Windrim, and made possible through WPA funds.
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DAGspace: Watch That Space

Watch That Space by Eric Vincent   It’s safe to assume we’re not unveiling a profound observation in noting how the new Barnes Foundation on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway has “done…

    • Traffic on DRPA toll bridges is down 13% since 2007.
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Developer feud: Blumenfeld v. Caplan | 30th Street reno work | Toll bridge traffic down | 'More park, less way'

It is a beautiful morning, Streeters, but we're heading for 96º today (feeling more like 105º). It's back to the territory of excessive heat, so do your best to stay…

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Shape the Parkway

The Benjamin Franklin Parkway has seen incredible investment and development over the past couple of years, culminating this spring with the opening of Sister Cities Park, the new Barnes,…

    • Action Plan for the Benjamin Franklin Parkway

Action Plan for the Benjamin Franklin Parkway

We need your help in developing an Action Plan for the Benjamin Franklin Parkway. With your input, the Action Plan will help to lay out a set of projects that can be implemented in the next few…

    • Benjamin Franklin Parkway

Benjamin Franklin Parkway Action Plan

Over the past decade a great deal of work has been completed on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway -- improvements to pedestrian crossings, addition of bike lanes, and planting new street trees.…

    • Rendering of the view from 2nd Street through the public plaza and Toll Brothers' proposed development at the NewMarket/Stamper Square site.
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Toll condos near Headhouse moving ahead | $3 million PA grant for new media HQ at Strawbridge's | inside the Robert Morris | stadium area casino? | PA gaming revenue up 31%

It will feel like 105º today, and then during strong thunderstorms this evening it might hail. Be safe out there today, Streeters.   Toll Brothers gave the Planning Commission a glimpse of…

    • Independence Hall's eight-day clock | Alan Jaffe, PlanPhilly
    • The Philadelphia Building: RJMetrics, Eight Eleven, Zivtech start web business community at 1315 Walnut Street [VIDEO]

The Philadelphia Building: RJMetrics, Eight Eleven, Zivtech start web business community at 1315 Walnut Street [VIDEO]

By Daniel CarvalhoFor Technically Philly In recent years, coworking conversations have been typically driven by communities of independent workers sharing a single office, and, in Philadelphia, they have most often…

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June 11-15: Lower Northeast District Plan meeting | Turning the Page for Change | New Questions for an Old Planet | 'The Muppets'

Lower Northeast District Plan Meeting Tuesday, June 12, 6:30-8:30pm. St. Martin of Tours School, 5450 Roosevelt Boulevard. At the second district planning meeting for the Lower Northeast planners will discuss public…

    • Looking in the Parkway, 1925 (Image no. 4745) | Aero Service Corp. | Aerial Viewpoint, Spring, TX
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From Above: 'Looking in the Parkway, 1925'

Last week, I shared two aerials of the Parkway from 1920 and 1921. This week, as we close out our time on the Parkway for the moment, we zoom out…

    • Ghost Fern | Rob Lybeck, Eyes on the Street Flickr group
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May 29-June 1: garden photography, city cycling, rooftop ravens

Ghost Fern | Rob Lybeck, Eyes on the Street Flickr groupThe Art of Garden Photography Thursday, May 31, noon-1pm. PHS McLean Library, 100 N. 20th Street. Learn tips and tricks…

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Sister Cities rave | Council's AVI splits | SEPTA's tough budget | L&I dresses up | front door, trap door

The transformation of Logan Square’s Sister Cities Park is “a small miracle” to architecture critic Inga Saffron, who gave the park a rave review in today’s Inquirer. She writes, “Cities…

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