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    • 777 South Broad

777 ribbon cutting

Dranoff properties rolled out the "green" carpet (literally) last evening to celebrate the official unveiling of its new all-rental building, 777 South Broad, between Fitzwater and Catharine streets. Feasting on cheese…

    • Software manufacturing in Hebi.

Greetings from Hebi, China

Heading into the homestretch of her three-week trade mission to China with representatives of the World Trade Center of Greater Philadelphia (WTCGP) and Drexel University's LeBow College of Business, Planning and…

    • Philadelphia Census promotion

How the 2010 Census can reshape Philadelphia

March 24, 2010By Elise ViderFor PlanPhillyFor Philadelphia, the 2010 Census shares similarities with both a political campaign and a sports rivalry, with a little something extra thrown in…

    • Available space

Retail push is diverse mix of traditional and emerging talent

March 22, 2010By JoAnn GrecoFor PlanPhillyValerie Safran offers a wide grin, while a more demurely smiling Marcie Turney glances sidelong at the camera. "Over the last six years,…

Changing Skyline: An artful urban casino or more big-box blah?

Changing Skyline: An artful urban casino or more big-box blah? Pennsylvania's new casinos take the architectural term decorated shed very much to heart. Harrah's Chester, the first to open in…

New Marketplace in Francisville

A message from Fairmount CDC: Voice your thoughts of a new outdoor Market Place in Francisville The Francis Village Market Place will be a full service vendor based open market that…

    • Ron Sims

DVRPC workshops focus on ‘Livable Communities’

March 18, 2010By Thomas J. WalshFor PlanPhillyThe most frustrating thing about preaching to the choir is knowing that your audience “gets it,” while so many outside the church…

    • Homewood Hilton in UCity

PCPC: All about arboretums, hotels, streets and 2035

March 16, 2010By Thomas J. WalshFor PlanPhillyThe Philadelphia City Planning Commission voted to approve a new historic district in Germantown, gave a nod to a new transit-oriented development…

Inquirer: Temple's real gem: Baptist Temple to reopen as cultural arts center

Inquirer: Temple's real gem: Baptist Temple to reopen as cultural arts center THERE ARE striking surprises inside the renovated Baptist Temple, on Broad Street at Temple University's North Philadelphia campus.…

Inquirer: A road trip to pitch the Convention Center

Inquirer: A road trip to pitch the Convention Center WASHINGTON - An early March sunset haloed the White House, the Jefferson Memorial, and the Washington Monument, but Jack Ferguson never…

    • Location for new Stephen Starr Bier Garten

Yo Fishtown: A Biergarten is in your future

March 15, 2010By Kellie Patrick GatesFor PlanPhillyPhiladelphia restaurateur Stephen Starr plans to bring a little Frankfurt to Frankford.Starr hopes to open a 10,000-square foot, mostly outdoor beer…

Inquirer: Tasty Baking shows off new digs

Inquirer: Tasty Baking shows off new digs The new home of Butterscotch Krimpets at the Navy Yard in South Philadelphia is a study in contrasts. A larger-than-life-size 1920s image of…

Council passes legislation ending Central Delaware height limits, granting planners more time

A bill ending height restrictions on all properties within the Central Delaware Overlay that are not zoned residential or light commercial awaits Mayor Michael Nutter's signature.City Council unanimously passed the…

    • Ghost House at Franklin Court

Making a built statement or just filling in

March 8, 2010By JoAnn GrecoFor PlanPhillyIn Philadelphia, the uneasy alliance between new and old buildings occasionally flares into combat. The resulting skirmish, says architect and historian Steven Semes…

DRWC OKs Race St. Pier connector

The Delaware River Waterfront Corp. is moving ahead with a project to connect the Race Street Pier to Center City.The executive committee approved $95,000 to design a way of tying…

    • Cira South rendering

How going green can make easy money

March 2, 2010 By JoAnn GrecoFor PlanPhilly When it comes to real estate, what is green, anyway? According to the speakers who presented at a recent ULI Young Leaders Group…

    • PCPC

Capital program, budget gets PCPC approval

March 2, 2010 The Philadelphia City Planning Commission unanimously adopted the city’s new six-year capital program and budget in a special session on Tuesday, after an outline of the plan by…

    • Empty lots next to Edward Corner Warehouse

What's up with empty Fishtown parcels near SugarHouse?

March 1, 2010 By Kellie Patrick GatesFor PlanPhillySomething is happening on the west side of Delaware Avenue, one structure away from the corner of Shackamaxon Street, across the road…

Keystone National Bank Design Debated

Keystone Bank Restoration Update Current plans for the restoration of the former Keystone Bank building's Chestnut Street facade have proven contentious. Architect JKR Partners has proposed a two-story glass box to…

Inquirer: Soup giant and hip-hop holdout battle over Camden's Sears site

Inquirer: Soup giant and hip-hop holdout battle over Camden's Sears site The entrepreneur charges through the dark, dank historic building at the entrance to Camden, speaking excitedly of its potential…

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