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Sip & Savor Events at the Four Seasons

The Four Seasons Hotel, located (at least for now) in Center City, is introducing a series of “Sip & Savor” events, to be held on the […]

City Life

DVLF Announces 2015 HEROES

The Delaware Valley Legacy Fund has just announced their 2015 HEROES award recipients. These individuals’ “leadership advances the rights of the LGBTQ community. Through the […]

Property

Neighborhood Group Opts to Not Fight Little Pete’s Demolition

The Inquirer‘s Joseph DiStefano reports a Wednesday night vote among the Center City Residents Association ended in favor of not opposing a proposed rezoning ordinance that would […]

Property

Spotted: Is That Construction Equipment at the Future W and Element Hotel Site?

Is the construction of the 755-room W and Element Hotel about to commence on the former parking lot at 15th and Chestnut Street? It certainly […]

Property

Parking–Not Little Pete’s–Is Biggest Issue at Hudson Hotel Meeting

The public meeting regarding the proposed Hudson Hotel at 17th and Chancellor Street was well attended last night. Concerned citizens packed a room at the […]

The Scene

Garrett Snider Benefit for Marc Vetri Foundation’s Eatiquette

Last week at the Rittenhouse Hotel Garrett Snider and The Garrett Getlin Snider Foundation hosted a benefit to raise awareness for The Vetri Foundation For […]

Foobooz

Little Pete’s Future Discussed Tonight

Tonight, the Center City Residents Association (CCRA) is holding a community meeting at 10th Presbyterian Church (17th and Delancey Street) at 7 p.m. On the agenda […]

Property

Developer to Present Plans for Little Pete’s Successor Tomorrow Night

It’s been a little while since we’ve heard anything about the proposed Hudson Hotel project at 17th and Chancellor Street – you know, the one that […]

City Life

DO THIS: ActionAIDS Fundraiser “Glamsino Royale” Comes to Hotel Palomar

Full disclosure: last year when I attended Glamsino Royale, the casino benefit thrown by ActionAIDS, I had a little too much fun. Evidence is provided below […]

Property

Five Developments We’re Tracking in 2015

Here on Property we’ve been covering an assorted number of new projects poised to transform Philadelphia’s cityscape. As the new year approaches, that number will only […]

Property

Morning Headlines: New Luxury Hotel to Replace Four Seasons After Renovation

The Inquirer’s Bob Fernandez reports the Four Seasons Hotel, set to move to the Comcast Innovation and Technology Center when it’s completed in 2018, will shut […]

Property

Kenyatta Johnson Hits Pause on Rezoning Bill That Would Replace Little Pete’s with Hotel

Last month, the Planning Commission voted to recommend a bill that would rezone the site of Little Pete’s (and the parking garage above it) to […]

Property

Hotel Slated for Little Pete’s Site Moves Forward

The hotel planned for the site currently occupied by a parking garage and Little Pete’s diner advanced earlier this week. Philadelphia’s planning commission voted unanimously […]

City Life

Did Political Donation Grease the Wheels of Little Pete’s Demise?

When it comes to generating public outrage, it’s hard to top demolishing a beloved, grimy, 24-hour diner and replacing it with a luxury hotel. Plans to […]

Property

Renderings: This Is What Will Replace Little Pete’s

Since breaking the news that Little Pete’s (and the parking garage above it) would be demolished to make way for a 300-room boutique hotel, reactions have […]