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Stephen Tang on His Decade as Science Center CEO

The University City Science Center announced a huge leadership change Thursday morning. Stephen Tang will step down from his role as president & CEO after […]

Business

Stephen Tang to Step Down as Science Center CEO

After ten years as University City Science Center president & CEO, Stephen Tang will step down from the role by April. The leader will join […]

Property

Korman Residential Brings the Suite Life to University City

Remember KormanSuites, “when just an apartment just isn’t enough?” Korman Residential Properties, an offshoot of the company that invented the furnished flexible-stay apartment in the […]

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Eat This Now: He Fen Noodles at Danlu

If I’m being honest, I wasn’t expecting a lot from Danlu. There was just something about it — the location, the space, the time it’d […]

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Danlu, a Taiwanese Street Food Gastropub, Is Now Open in University City

We’ve been waiting for Danlu, the new Asian gastropub opening at 3601 Market Street, for over two years now. Patrick Feury and his partners Michael Wei, […]

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Hatch & Coop Is University City’s Brand New Fried Chicken Joint

Since its inception, Jake’s Sandwich Board has specialized in brisket, pork, and turkey sandwiches. Sometimes (now), turducken. In terms of a business, it’s a winning […]

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University City Restaurant Has LOL-Worthy Name

Over the weekend, a new poke spot opened up on the University of Pennsylvania campus. You’ll never guess what they decided to call it.

Property

3737 Chestnut Changes Hands for $118M

One of the first of the new high-rise apartment towers that are reshaping the University City skyline has a new owner: Radnor Property Group announced […]

Business

Scenes From the Inaugural PHL Innovation Picnic

Thursday evening could not have been a more perfect time for Philadelphia’s innovation crowd to descend upon the Navy Yard to bask in the sun […]

Property

Philly Ranked Fifth Most Walkable City in U.S. This Year

A mere two-tenths of a point dropped Philadelphia from its perch as the nation’s fourth-most-walkable city in this year’s Walk Score rankings of American cities. […]

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Here’s Why Brookings Thinks Philly’s Innovation Scene Isn’t Competitive Enough

A new report released on Thursday by the nonprofit Brookings Institution tries to tackle a major, eternally looming question for Philadelphia: With all of the […]

Property

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 […]

Property

Common Threads in This Year’s Rouse Award Residential Finalists

The Urban Land Institute Philadelphia District Council announced the finalists for this year’s Willard G. “Bill” Rouse Awards for Excellence last week, and five of […]

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Jezabel’s Bar de Pinchos Is Back; Jezabel’s Studio to Open Mid-May

Restaurateur Jezabel Careaga’s eponymous spot, tucked away at the eastern foot of the South Street Bridge at 26th and Pine Streets, is known for its […]

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Get #BLESSED With Vientiane Cafe’s Lao New Year Dinner Pop-Up

The Institute for Contemporary Art, Laos in the House, and Vientiane want to celebrate Lao New Year with you. They’ve teamed up with Lao activists, […]