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    • Foxwoods site

Foxwoods says it will meet PGCB deadline

Sept. 29By Kellie Patrick GatesFor PlanPhillyFoxwoods Casino officials say they will make their first Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board deadline later this week.By Thursday, Oct. 1, Foxwoods must…

    • Mayor Nutter signs proclamation of the plan,

DVRPC's long-range plan for dealing with region’s growth

Sept. 24 DVRPC long-range plan By Kellie Patrick GatesFor PlanPhillyPolitical leaders and planners from around the Philadelphia region Thursday endorsed a 25-year growth management plan that calls for preserving…

    • Proposed Dilworth Plaza public space

Public gets look at Dilworth Plaza redo plan

Sept. 23 By Kellie Patrick GatesFor PlanPhillyPlans for revamping Dilworth Plaza – that's the public space in front of City Hall – were publicly unveiled at the AIA Design…

    • 'Dot Density' map of regional population and employment, produced by Planning Collective

New minds take on tough times

The map (above) illustrates where people live and work in the region. One yellow dot represents the location of 300 people and one purple dot represents 300 jobs. All maps courtesy…

    • Tom Corcoran, executive director of Delaware River Waterfront Corporation

Corcoran crosses the Delaware

Aug. 17 By Kellie Patrick GatesFor PlanPhilly Tom Corcoran, president and CEO of Cooper's Ferry Development Association in Camden, was named president of the Delaware River Waterfront Corporation - the…

    • Photos of Piers 3, 5, 9, and 11 (left to right) from the Ben Franklin Bridge

Pier 11 firm selected

July 31 Previous coverage By Kellie Patrick GatesFor PlanPhilly Field Operations bested three other finalists for the Pier 11 redo in what DRWC Director and Penn School of Design Dean…

    • Diagram on transit-oriented development from Trent Letcho, AICP, of Arup

Philadelphia doesn't need crystal ball

July 30 Previous coverage By Kellie Patrick GatesFor PlanPhilly Cities and regions that will be globally competitive in the future must change the way they develop now, said a group…

    • PennDesign Dean Marilyn Jordan Taylor

Figuring out how to make Philly work better

July 21 By Kellie Patrick GatesFor PlanPhillyLocal and national experts in sustainable and regional planning will gather at The University of Pennsylvania this week to ponder the idea of…

    • South Philadelphia

Waterfront overlay gains traction

Full Council will vote today on bill that calls for a conditional 100-foot setback and public access. A parcel north of the Delaware Power Station and south of the Conrail Lands…

    • Penn Treaty Park plan

Big ideas for future of Penn Treaty Park

May 1, 2009By Kellie Patrick GatesFor PlanPhillyPenn Treaty Park could one day have an island accessible by a foot bridge, a cafe, wetlands, a fishing pier, and a…

DesignPhiladelphia, Minima Receive Partnership Award

DesignPhiladelphia and Minima will receive the Small Business Arts Partnership of the Year Award for the joint effort that resulted in a model village of affordable homes with modern and sustainable…

    • Marilyn Jordan Taylor

Philadelphia's fixes "are inevitable"

Feb. 19 By Kellie Patrick GatesFor PlanPhillySitting in her Meyerson Hall office overlooking a busy walkway on the Penn campus, architect and urban designer Marilyn Jordan Taylor recalled a…

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