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    • PREIT/Macerich conceptual plans for the Gallery

May 23: Uber tax amended to stiff School District | Preserving The Gallery's inclusivity | Crash not accident

Matt Richtel at the New York Times looks at the increasingly successful campaign by street safety advocates to get state DOTs and journalists to use the word "crash" instead of "accident"…

    • Pearl properties

October 22: New design for Boyd site high-rise | Fergie's Tower | Home prices climbing citywide

Pearl Properties released a revamped design for the high-rise on the Boyd Theater property, reports Jacob Adelman. Rather than filing a lawsuit to get the changes they wanted, neighbors hired architect…

    • Rittenhouse
    • The Gallery

August 17: Trolley blitz over | Gallery recycling | Saffron on Cheesecake | SugarHouse expansion | Bridesburg demo

Welcome to the working week, Philly: Ashley here, stepping back in the Buzz seat to bring you the morning news so Jon can pay attention to being a new dad.…

    • PREIT/Macerich conceptual plans for the Gallery

Council close to consensus on Gallery redevelopment

Less than two months after unveiling plans to renovate The Gallery at Market East, the mall’s owners appear poised to secure a package of zoning and tax incentives from City Council.…

    • NACTO street design

July 30: University City crime rates dropping | $106M for The Gallery | Big win for NACTO | How to force a Sheriff's sale

Macerich Co, a California-based company with experience in urban mall development, will invest $106.8M in The Gallery. "Macerich will acquire a 50 percent interest in the Gallery under terms of the…

    • Divine Decay
Eyes on the Street

May 5: Development Roundup: $31.5m for Divine Lorraine | University City DIGSAU hotel | Westrum's new 31 Brewerytown | Recasting the Gallery | Brownfield tax incentives

Welcome to the working week, Streeters, happy Cinco de Mayo and enjoy Hoagie Day. Here’s a development roundup to start off your Monday: The Divine Lorraine enchanted NJ-based lender Billy…

    • Victorian Row | David Swift
Eyes on the Street

February 10: Losing Kmart | Umbrellas to housing | Boutique hotel for Queen Village | Mantua before Promise Zone | 2013 pedestrian, bike, car tickets | Complete streets in Congress

Welcome to the working week, Streeters. Here’s what we’re interested in this morning. The Gallery may not be beautiful but it is a retail force, drawing shoppers from across the city.…

    • Don't Stop, Just Do It
Eyes on the Street

February 3: Philly wants Super Bowl | Homestead Exemption abuse | Pleasant Hill Park playground arson | Gallery changes afoot | Uhuru moves to N. Broad

Welcome to the working week, Streeters. Punxsutawney Phil says more winter, and here we are: Philadelphia schools are closed today as wet, heavy snow moves in. Take your time getting…

    • The Gallery
Eyes on the Street

December 4: Development Roundup: Paseo Verde | Avenue Place | YWCA Annex | Pearl Arts and Crafts | The Gallery

Good morning, Streeters. Here’s a development roundup to start off your Wednesday: Officials cut the ribbon on Paseo Verde yesterday, the Inquirer reports. Paseo Verde is a transit-oriented mixed-income development at…

    • SS United States
    • Gorgas Park, Roxborough on October 26 | Gary Reed, Eyes on the Street Flickr group
Eyes on the Street

Testing SEPTA's New Payment Technology | Visions of North Broad | Storm affects absentee vote | $60m deal for 907 Market | Big storms, big government

We've been paying lots of attention to Sandy, but the storm isn't the only newsworhty item. Here's a lunchtime edition of The Buzz to play post-storm catch-up. SEPTA is testing out…

    • Another beautiful, blue sky day ahead. | Guastavino Tiles, by Rob Lybeck, Eyes on the Street Flickr Group
Eyes on the Street

Gallery renovation | Roxborough/Ridge demolition delay? | No parking at The Sansom | Reclamation, play at 'Needle Park' | remembering Floyd Alston

Another beautiful, blue sky day ahead. | Guastavino Tiles, by Rob Lybeck, Eyes on the Street Flickr GroupPennsylvania Real Estate Investment Trust is setting the stage for a major, phased…

    • Building wrap

A deeper look at the Market East signage flap

Feb. 26, 2010 By Kellie Patrick GatesFor PlanPhillyFirst District Councilman Frank DiCicco says his proposal to allow for bigger, flashier signs on East Market Street could help revive an…

    • City Hall Station

Bringing netherworld to life

Planning Commission Director Alan Greenberger leads PlanPhilly on an eye-opening walking tour of the transit concourses beneath Center City. As if there's not enough work to do at ground level, City…

Society Hill Civic Association opposes any Market East casino location

The Society Hill Civic Association is now officially opposing the location of Foxwoods Casino at The Gallery at Market East.Society Hill Civic has long been part of the opposition to…

    • Market Street

Tonight: Planning Market East corridor

Feb. 21By Kellie Patrick GatesFor PlanPhillyIf you're going to today's Planning Commission community meeting on preliminary findings for the Market Street East corridor, don't expect to see any…

    • Market Street planning

Public gets a new view of Market East

Feb. 24 By Thomas J. Walsh and Kellie Patrick GatesFor PlanPhilly Broad plans for Market Street East, the inexplicably diminished commercial zone between 8th Street and City Hall, got their…

    • Market Street

Tuesday: Planning Market East corridor

By Kellie Patrick GatesFor PlanPhillyIf you're going to today's Planning Commission community meeting on preliminary findings for the Market Street East corridor, don't expect to see any concrete plans.You…

    • Foxwoods site

Another dustup between Foxwoods and city

Jan. 30By Kellie Patrick GatesFor PlanPhillyOfficials from Foxwoods and the city are playing a high-stakes game of casino location chicken.Mayor Michael Nutter and City Councilman Frank DiCicco…

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