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    • Piazza gathering | David Swift, EOTS Flickr group
Eyes on the Street

June 19: Blatstein's vision for Broad and Washington | Planning for Comcast tower | Open data frustrations | PHA and unions cut deal | Inside Beth Shalom Synagogue

Happy Thursday Streeters. Like a jolt of coffee, here's your morning Buzz:  Developer Bart Blatstein shared his vision for the vacant northeast corner of Broad and Washington streets: a vertical version…

    • The Boyd Theatre interior | Jeremy Marshall
    • Death of Industry  | Michael Klusek
Eyes on the Street

March 31: CHOP's poor urbanism | Slumlord's empire back on the block | Blatstein buying Foxwoods site (again) | Jefferson buys PSFS at 7th and Walnut | Unmeasurable KOZ

Welcome to the working week, Streeters. Here’s a real estate roundup to start your Monday: This week we’ll be hearing more about the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia’s plans to build a…

    • Quince Street, Photo by David Swift Photography
Eyes on the Street

March 7: Mayor Nutter's budget details | Kelly Drive advisory | Blatstein's Broad and Washington plans | Neighbors support Queen Lane Apartment demolition | Faux bricks cause stir in Old City

Good morning and happy Friday Streeters! Enjoy the nice weather this weekend.  Mayor Nutter presented his budget before Council yesterday. The budget sets aside $2 million for the Department of…

    • Ridge and Callowhill, Photo by Philadelphia Photos
Eyes on the Street

January 24: Council back in session, passes RCO bill | Snow day for SEPTA employees | Blatstein bargains with community | Australian company builds Navy Yard HQ | Flu shot map

Good morning, Streeters!  City Council is back in session. At the top of the to-do list is legislation being pushed forward by Councilwoman Blondell Reynolds Brown to require annual day-care…

    • 400 N. Broad
    • Lunch at The Porch
    • Strawbridge & Clothier
    • Bart Blatstein already owns the Inquirer/Daily News Building at 400 North Broad, and now he's making a move for the papers themselves.
    • Pomerantz
Eyes on the Street

May 28: Bridesburg tradition amid change | 15 nominees for historic designation | Royal Theater conservatorship? | Ori Feibush's world | limp lineup of mayoral contenders | Blatstein caught schmoozing

Greetings Streeters and happy Tuesday. Here's what's making news after the long weekend. In Bridesburg the city’s largest and oldest Memorial Day Parade took place yesterday. But news that two of…

    • The Climb
Eyes on the Street

April 9: Councilmanic rezoning to benefit 205 Race St | Blatstein buys on Rittenhouse, Piazza update | Hollaback ad campaign | Made in America returning | free cone day

Good morning Streeters. It promises to be an even warmer day than yesterday, so be sure to get out and enjoy the day. Councilman Mark Squilla is trying to change Old…

    • statelyhomes
Eyes on the Street

Feb 13: Casino pitch blitz | arson at Temple | NJ Transit studies Bus Rapid Transit | 40th and Pine update | AVI burdens

Good morning, Streeters. Don't be fooled by the lovely day we saw yesterday or this morning's spots of blue sky: we're in for a rain and snow later. Here's what's making…

    • The span by phillytrax
    • middaymetropolis
Eyes on the Street

Feb 5: confronting tax-delinquency | Blatstein owed taxes | Perelman's $25 million gift | Founder's Bell silent | inside Passyunk Post | Sustainability Workshop and Fresh Direct

Good morning and happy Tuesday. Here's what's making news this morning: At PlanPhilly, we’ve spent a lot of time focused on tax-delinquency – especially through Patrick Kerkstra’s ongoing investigative series in…

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