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Lead waterfront planners to meet with CDAG

The lead architect and real estate development advisor working on the plan that will guide future development of the Central Delaware River Waterfront will meet with the Central Delaware Advocacy Group…

    • Stamper Square view from Penn's Landing

Riverfront developments seek Planning Commission OK

Jan. 18, 2010By Thomas J. WalshFor PlanPhillyAfter a lengthy, recession-induced drought for Philadelphia residential development, it appears two projects involving condominiums in Society Hill and apartments in Northern…

    • Postcard recalls Gateway's connection to past glory

"Little Mexico," 9th Street’s new flavor

Weekly Press: "Little Mexico," 9th Street’s new flavor If not for the mounds of snow proving otherwise, people shopping on 9th Street south of Washington Avenue, and weaving in and…

Inky: Fox Chase loses appeal to use Burholme Park

Fox Chase loses appeal to use Burholme ParkBy Linda Loyd Fox Chase Cancer Center yesterday lost its appeal to use 19.4 acres of neighboring Burholme Park for a $1 billion…

    • Waterview Grande

Cracks in the ice that's hemming in commercial real estate?

When developer Michael Samschick of Core Realty stood before the city Planning Commission on Dec. 8 with his architect in tow, something that’s been unusual over the past 18 months occurred:…

    • Convention Center construction on North Broad

N. Broad expansion and new signage in Center City

A short stroll from 12th and Callowhill streets to University City brought lots of recent construction and street signage work into plain view Tuesday. First up was the massive, multi-block Convention…

    • The renovated Old City Mercantile apartment buildings at 20-30 North Front Street.

Preservation Row: A second life for Girard Warehouses

Once-at-risk historic, five-story buildings at 20-30 North Front St. in Old City went on the market in October and four are currently occupied. Project now seen as asset to community. Ongoing…

    • Alan Greenberger and Eva Gladstein

New zoning code nearing end of first major hurdle

December 9, 2009By Thomas J. WalshFor PlanPhillyThe first major section – or “module” – of the city’s new Zoning Code is about to be completed, with the Zoning…

    • Greco/ The site at 19th and Walnut

Stop the presses Phoenix! Philly gains population.

Dec. 8, 2009By Thomas J. WalshFor PlanPhillyFor the first time in 59 years, the city of Philadelphia actually increased its population in 2008, according to an official annual…

    • Q&A with Ed Bacon competition winners

Q&A with Ed Bacon competition winners

Dec. 8PlanPhilly asked the members of the winning team to tell us a bit about themselves and their design. Here's what they said:Zac Boggs Age: 32Hometown: Boulder, CO…

    • Grays Ferry Crescent

Cornell team wins Ed Bacon competition

Dec. 8 Meet the Cornell team By Kellie Patrick GatesFor PlanPhillySix Cornell University students won the 4th annual Ed Bacon Student Design Competition with a proposal to turn the…

    • Penn's Harris Sokoloff

Developers, community groups to meet with ZCC in January

Dec. 4 Opinion / Tossing out communities with the zoning codeBy Thomas J. WalshFor PlanPhillyFormal workshops between civic associations, CDCs, developers, city planners and members of the Zoning…

Preservation Pennsylvania names endangered resources in 2009

The Sidney Hillman Medical Center and the Church of the Assumption were among the most endangered historic resources in the state in 2009, according to Preservation Pennsylvania.The non-profit historic preservation…

    • What Edmund Bacon saw and failed to see

What Edmund Bacon saw and failed to see

Dec. 2By Elise ViderFor PlanPhillyIn 1959, with the postwar economy booming and Philadelphia growing, Edmund N. Bacon composed “Philadelphia in the Year 2009.” Imbued with the optimism of…

Inquirer: Solar panel factory coming to Navy Yard

Inquirer: Solar panel factory coming to Navy Yard Gov. Rendell is expected to announce Monday that a Greek solar-panel manufacturing company intends to build a production facility at the Philadelphia Navy…

    • Cooper, Robertson: Memphis Riverfront

Cooper, Robertson & Partners team to plan Central Delaware

Nov. 23 By Kellie Patrick GatesFor PlanPhillyA team led by Cooper, Robertson & Partners will craft the long-term plan that will guide redevelopment of Philadelphia's Central Delaware Waterfront.The…

Drexel Breaks Ground on Papadakis Integrated Sciences Building

Drexel University has broken ground for a new science building named for its late president. The $70 million Constantine Papadakis Integrated Sciences Building at 33rd and Chestnut in Philadelphia is expected…

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