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    • The Woodlands

The Woodlands, then and now

Watch the video Read a related story Feb. 17By Brandon GollottiFor PlanPhillyTo Philadelphians who have spent time around University City, The Woodlands, at the southeastern tip of West…

    • Weave Bridge

Commuting underway on Weave Bridge

Jan. 26 By Brandon GollottiFor PlanPhillyCheck out our current on-site reporting and photo coverage of the progress being made in the construction of the Weave Bridge on the University…

ZBA undecided on Campus Inn extended-stay hotel

From this week's University City Review: The Zoning Board of Adjustment has yet to reach a decision regarding the Campus Inn development proposal at 40th and Pine Streets after holding…

Try Bike Sharing this Thursday and Friday!

Philly BikeShare: Advanced Bike Share Station and Bicycle DemonstrationTry bike sharing in Philadelphia for two days only! An operational, solar-powered third generation Public Bike Systems (bike share) station and bicycles…

    • Weave Bridge

Exclusive UPenn Weave Bridge coverage

Dec. 30 Check out PlanPhilly reporter Fred Kunda's exclusive, on-site coverage of the progress being made in the construction of the Weave Bridge on the University of Pennsylvania campus.   The…

Take the Center for Urban Redevelopment Excellence survey

Formed by the University of Pennsylvania and a national network of leading practitioners, the Center for Urban Redevelopment Excellence has spent five years recruiting, placing and training early and mid-career professionals…

Historical Commission issues final approval for Campus Inn

University City Review: Historical Commission issues final approval for Campus Inn The Philadelphia Historical Commission issued final approval for the Campus Inn extended stay hotel at its monthly meeting, Friday,…

South St. Bridge update

Dear Neighbors and Friends of the South Street Bridge: Good news regarding public transportation issues related to the South Street Bridge detour! Beginning Monday, December 8, SEPTA will add two weekday…

Latest South Street Bridge news

Dear Neighbors and Friends of the South Street Bridge: Closure DateWell, the time has finally come!  The South Street Bridge (including the on and off ramps to the expressway)…

Architectural Committee votes unanimously for Campus Inn

The Philadelphia Historical Commission’s Architectural Committee voted unanimously to approve 400 S 40th St. at its monthly meeting, Tuesday, November 25th.In the committee’s motion to approve, it stipulated that Campus…

Baltimore Avenue Pedestrian Lighting Survey

University City District (UCD) is conducting a study of the street lighting in the Baltimore Avenue Business District (45th to 50th Streets). Your responses to this survey will be valuable in…

Inquirer: Mayor proposes parking meter rate increase

Inquirer: Mayor proposes parking meter rate increase Jennifer Lin reports that the first phase in Mayor Nutter's plan to reduce congestion in Center City includes doubling parking meter rates to…

    • South Street Bridge

City to begin South Street Bridge redo

Nov. 10Previous coverage By Kellie Patrick GatesFor PlanPhilly More than 18 years after design work began, Philadelphia is getting a new South Street bridge - a $67 million project…

Architectural Committee approves Campus Inn "in concept"

The Philadelphia Historical Commission’s Architectural Committee (PHCAC) recommended Campus Inn, the 10-story extended-stay hotel slated for the corner of 40th and Pine Streets, "in concept," Tuesday, October 28th. Campus Inn is…

Penn Public Safety launches South Street Bridge Website

In an email circulated to all faculty and staff, Penn's Division of Public Safety announced that the South Street Bridge will close for reconstruction before the end of 2008. Since the…

    • View from South Street Bridge

South Street Bridge redo moving forward

Sept. 23By Steven B. UjifusaFor PlanPhillyDuring the past year, the South Street Bridge Coalition has been negotiating with the Philadelphia Streets Department and PennDOT to revise the replacement…

A Walk Across the River: UCity Summer Update

If you're a resident who has not been west of the Schuylkill in the last few months, or if you're a Penn or Drexel student who retreated to your home suburb after classes…

    • Some values from Queen Village

Values consolidation under way

In January, there will be a consolidation of citizens' core neighborhood and waterfront values identified in three public sessions in December. The values from the forums are listed below. They will…

    • National Heritage Trail

Imagining blazing this trail

Jan. 4, 2007By David Schaaf RAPhiladelphia City Planning Commission The exiting 109th Congress of the United States created the Nation’s “First National Water Trail” – more properly, the “John…

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