• Learn about the conditions that led to Frank Furness' most incredible masterworks, including the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts seen here, on Wednesday.
      Learn about the conditions that led to Frank Furness' most incredible masterworks, including the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts seen here, on Wednesday.

Real estate/ Development Roundup: Toll Brothers breaks ground, PA Ballet and Viridity Energy move, Chelten Plaza zoning maneuvers, Barcade opens

One Way | flickr user phillytrax, Eyes on the Street group pool Good morning, Streeters. For your Tuesday Buzz, here's a…

Center City's Power Broker

The King of Center City | City Paper cover story, October 6, 2011 In its current issue, the City Paper profiled Paul…

October 10-14: Teddy Cruz, Bike/Pedestrian Plan feedback, Kroc Center tour, Eames documentary, Better Blocks opening

Teddy Cruz at Design in Action Monday, October 10, 5:30-7:30pm, Friends Center, 1501 Cherry Street. Guatemalan-born architect Teddy Cruz speaks on…

City belt-tightening, still Occupying, Market and JFK traffic testing, Black Flight

Good morning, Philly. We're left feeling a little mullygrubs after a rough sporting weekend, in particular the bummer ending to the…

Night Market Chinatown Delights

Wandering around Night Market in Chinatown last night was a treat. The Food Trust pulled together an amazing cross-section of the city…

October 7-9: First Friday at Race Street Pier, Dia De Los Muertos, Outfest, Fall for the Arts

First Friday Part at Race Street Pier Friday, October 7, 7-9pm. Race Street Pier. Friends of Race Street Pier and the…

Race Street Connector opens, Manayunk Towpath closing, lost brewery, volunteers reopen West Philly school libraries

Pauline's Bridal Shoppe | flickr user shrimpcracker, Eyes on the Street flickr group It's another glorious fall day, Philly. The city…

Occupy Philly Begins

Occupy Philly began this morning at Dilworth Plaza outside of City Hall, as an expression of solidarity with the Street protests, and…

City Hall Crack Repairs Underway, Second Crack Found

A significant crack in City Hall tower was found last month, prompting the suspension of tower tours. This week, contractors…

Looking West: UPenn gets green energy program, Drexel's John Fry and bio-wall, Immigration office to West Philly

It's a crisp fall morning, and today promises nice weather for Occupy Philly's demonstrations outside City Hall, the unveiling of…

Mantua: Jannie's Place Aims to Assist Homeless Women and Children

by Kara Savidge for Philadelphia Neighborhoods What once existed as an indication of neglect, a vacant lot at 617 N. 40th…

OpenDataRace: Vote to open Philly data that matters to you

What city data sets would you like to see made public? How about vacant property info? Maybe construction permits or unsafe…

Designers charrette Festival Pier | Race Street Connector opening | Germantown community benefits agreement | transit treasures | zoning negotiating

This week PlanPhilly has a lot in store: from the Delaware waterfront to Germantown, from the Historical Society of Pennsylvania to…

Public Space Roundup: Philly's Great Places, Viaduct park gets more love, new thinking for Festival Pier site, Occupy Philly chooses City Hall

Good morning Philly. Try to spend some time outside today, it's going to be a beautiful one. Here's a public space…

Mural Arts Month: 31 Days / 31 Ways

All month the City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program is celebrating 31 Days / 31 Ways that art "ignites change" in…

DAGspace: Planning for Industrial Growth in Philadelphia: PIDC Takes Aim

Planning for Industrial Growth in Philadelphia: PIDC Takes Aim by Janice Woodcock This past summer, several citizens wrote to The Philadelphia…

South Street Bridge Gets LED Illumination, Green Bike Lanes

The South Street Bridge is busy with construction again: welders are on cherry-pickers working on the tower overlooks, electricians are running…

October 3-7: See Contempt, Philadelphia Orchestra at the Navy Yard, Plasterwork and interior finishes workshop, UCD at DAG, Night Market returns

Down Broad | flickr user phillytrax, Eyes on the Street flickr groupArchitecture In Film Series: Contempt Monday, October…

Real estate roundup: Temple's new dorm, Please Touch Museum sells, New Frankford Community Y on the block, and mayoral control for PHA

Good morning, Philly and happy October. How about a real estate roundup for your Monday morning Buzz? We’ve heard a lot…

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