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There’s a Movie Shoot in Center City Tonight

There’s a movie shooting in Center City tonight. I know what you’re thinking: Who chooses to shoot a film in Center City on a Friday […]

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Hey, Who Left This Canoe on Market Street?

It’s now January 3rd, and the holidays are behind us. The city, empty yesterday, has now returned to its usual hustle and bustle. January 1st […]


Property’s Photo of the Week: Market Street West Is Starting to Wake Up

Follow @brandywinerealty as we Build Philadelphia. A photo posted by Brandywine Realty Trust (@brandywinerealty) on Jul 11, 2015 at 12:27pm PDT If you follow us […]


Morning Headlines: New Digital Billboards Being Tested on Market Street

Wow. They're testing the big ad boards at the Lit Brothers building. @PropertyPhilly pic.twitter.com/3XqYqEBTpt — Foobooz Shore (@FooboozShore) January 9, 2015 If you’ve walked past […]


Glass Tower Starts Construction at 20th and Market

It was more than a year ago when Brandywine Realty Trust announced specific plans for a building that would sit on the lot at 20th […]


Development Roundup: Digital Billboards Are Finally Coming to Market Street and Other Projects…

Construction making way for video billboards set to line the roof of the former Lit Bros. building on Market Street has begun. Philly.com’s Maria Panaritis reports $10 million went […]


Morning Headlines: Vaguely Plausible Plans to Demolish, Build at 11th and Market

Philadelphia’s stagnating retail corridor on the east side of Market Street might finally get a major wake-up call, and we’re not talking about the Gallery. […]


Morning Headlines: Looking Even Worse for the Salvation Army

The Inquirer has an examination of what people knew and when they knew it before the Hoagie City building collapsed onto the Salvation Army thrift […]


Morning Headlines: Woman Who Lost Legs in Building Collapse Recounts Awful Details

The Daily News reports today on the deposition of Mariya Plekan, the woman who was trapped under the rubble of the Salvation Army thrift store […]


Market8 Group: ‘Understands Dynamics of African-American Community’

Today Market8, one of the five remaining contenders for Philadelphia’s casino license, announced new endorsements for its project: those of the Philadelphia NAACP; the Urban […]

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The Murano Is Selling Like High-Rise Hotcakes

It’s the final sale phase of the Murano, the 43-story residential skyscraper designed by Solomon Cordwell Buenz and Associates of Chicago. Developed by Thomas Properties and P&A […]


Morning Opinion: Nutter Is Dragging His Feet on the Building Collapse

We’re calling it opinion, but perhaps it’s more like fact. As Daily News columnist Ronnie Polaneczky points out today, after the building collapse at 2140 […]


Morning Headlines: City Has Higher Standards for Its Own Demolition Projects

Philadelphia City Council’s special committee to investigate the building collapse at 22nd and Market has released its findings this morning — and it ain’t pretty. […]


Building Collapse New: Another Lawsuit Filed

Roseline Conteh, mother of eight, was one of the people who died when the “Hoagie City” building collapsed onto the Salvation Army at 22nd and […]


Did Stalemate Between STB and Salvation Army Exacerbate the Building Collapse?

The first wrongful death suit in the case of the building collapse at 22nd and Market makes some strong allegations against the Salvation Army, claiming […]