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Preservation Alliance of Greater Philadelphia


1911 Walnut to Be Mixed-Use, Mixed-Income Project

Southern Land Company appeared before the City Planning Commission today with a revised version of its proposed apartment tower on the last piece of open […]


The Gershman Y Wins Historic Protection

A prominent South Broad Street landmark that now serves two purposes has been added to Philadelphia’s historic register over the objections of its owner. Liz […]


Task Force to Revise City Preservation Policy

Mayor Jim Kenney has appointed a panel of developers, scholars, city officials and preservationists to recommend ways the city can better prevent its historic buildings […]


Pennovation Wins Honor for Preservation

The architectural team that transformed a Grays Ferry paint laboratory into an idea laboratory has received a high honor from the Preservation Alliance for Greater […]


Historical Commission Kicks Jewelers Row Can Down the Road Again

After an hour of contentious debate and impassioned pleas from local preservationists, the Philadelphia Historical Commission voted 8-3 to continue postponing a final decision on […]

Paul Steinke and Caroline Boyce

Steinke To Head Preservation Alliance

Paul Steinke, on whose watch the Reading Terminal Market became a top tourist destination in the city, has been named the new executive director of […]


Morning Headlines: The ‘Quest’ to Preserve Four Beauties on Chestnut Street

We all know that Chestnut Street, river to river, is seeing a major resurgence these days. Shopping, residential, street improvements: you name it, it’s happening. […]