Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority

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Scofflaw Developers Continue to Build on City-Owned Land

If you want to acquire city-owned land for your development, you should have all your permitting, licensing and tax-compliance ducks in a row. At least, […]

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City Announces Developer for MOVE Bombing Area

The Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority has chosen a company to redevelop 36 rowhomes in West Philadelphia where police bombed a house full of black liberationists in 1985, […]

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Developers Duel for Right to Build on Chinatown Block

Two of Philly’s local development heavyweights, Pennrose Properties and Parkway Corporation, are duking it out for the right to develop a parcel of land the […]

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Can Philly Fix the Block It Razed, Then Shabbily Rebuilt, After MOVE Bombing?

There’s no historical marker at 6221 Osage Avenue to tell the casual passersby what happened here in 1985 — that the Philadelphia Police Department dropped […]

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City Wants Development With ‘Social Impact’ At 8th and Race

The surface parking lot on Race Street between 8th and 9th is one of the biggest empty spaces remaining in Center City, and the Philadelphia […]

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City to Seek Development Proposals for Historic Germantown YWCA

The Germantown YWCA, a hulking, historic shell of a building on Germantown Avenue near Vernon Park, could be headed for a new life. The Philadelphia […]

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Of Tiny Houses, Urban Farming and Big Plans at the Logan Triangle

One thing that has become clear as the Goldenberg Group proceeds down a long path towards building something on the 40-acre wasteland called the Logan Triangle […]

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Logan Orchard and Market: The Showdown at Wingohocking Creek

From Marshall Street on the east to 11th on the west, from Louden Street on the north to Roosevelt Boulevard on the south, the Logan […]

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James Dupree Will Get to Keep His Mantua Art Studio

Back in January, we told you about James Dupree’s Mantua art studio. The city wanted to use eminent domain to take the studio from Dupree. […]