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Kids Get In on the Construction Act at One Ardmore Place

The little Bob and Betty the Builders out Ardmore way who have been spending all this time gazing at “Real-Life Monster Construction Equipment for Kids” […]

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Schuylkill Yards Project To Include Major Community Engagement Component

Brandywine Realty Trust today unveiled another development to rise during Phase One of the Schuylkill Yards project. This $5.6 million project will build a stronger West […]

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New York Developer Buys Shovel-Ready Penn Treaty Park Project

Shovel Ready Projects LLC has sold its latest shovel-ready project, the 19-unit Views at Penn Treaty, to New York-based developer Gotham Bedrock LLC for $7 […]

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Tenants Continue to Press Case Against New Penn Wynn Manor Owner

About 40 Penn Wynn Manor residents and their supporters in the Philadelphia Tenants Union staged a protest in front of the Centre Square office complex […]

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8 Projects Win Willard Rouse Awards

Judging from the major elements contained in this year’s honorees at the Urban Land Institute Philadelphia’s fourth annual Willard G. “Bill” Rouse Awards for Excellence, […]

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Hard Hat Tour: 6300 City Avenue

I have a confession to make: even though they usually lack such amenities as balconies or gyms or community rooms, I think that apartment buildings […]

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Funding Secured for Penn’s Landing Makeover

At a noontime news conference at Penn’s Landing, Gov. Tom Wolf, Mayor Jim Kenney, and Janet Haas of the William Penn Foundation announced that together […]

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The National’s Rebirth Officially Begins Friday

A little more than a year ago, as it was being demolished, the old National Products Company Building on North Second Street in Old City […]

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Toll Brothers Caught Up in Chester County Historic Preservation Fight

As if the low-grade fight over its proposed condo tower on Jewelers Row weren’t enough, Toll Brothers now finds itself in another historic preservation fight […]

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What’s Developing in Your Neighborhood? This New Form Lets You Find Out

The whole point of the 2012 zoning code overhaul was to make it easier for builders and developers to build and develop in Philadelphia by […]

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Single-Family Workforce Housing Comes to East Poplar

Late on Wednesday morning (May 24th) in East Poplar, City Council President Darrell Clarke, Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority Executive Director Greg Heller, and representatives of BMK […]

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Hard Hat Tour: The Adams

Post Brothers’ Presidential City Rejuvenation Derby has entered the home stretch. When it’s finished, the iconic four-building apartment complex erected in 1951-53 by prolific Philadelphia builder […]

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Narberth Church to Fall, Apartments to Take Its Place

It would be inaccurate to say that Narberth Borough officials are thrilled at the prospect, but the Borough Council did vote 5-1 on May 17th […]

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The Divine Lorraine, (All But) Ready For Its Closeup

I came to yesterday’s (Wednesday, May 17th) Urban Land Institute Philadelphia-sponsored tour of the Divine Lorraine Hotel prepared to be skeptical, for while I’d seen […]

Business

Wawa Coming to East Market

Remember when Wawa stores were thick on the ground all over Center City and adjacent neighborhoods? Looks like they will be once again, for this […]