Stephen Stofka is interested in the urban form and the way we change it. A graduate of the Geography and Urban Studies program at Temple University, he enjoys examining the architecture, siting, streetscapes, transportation, access, and other subtle elements that make a city a city.
The developer who created the Bronx's Via Verde, a new model for green, high density affordable housing, has the promising Paseo Verde, a North Philadelphia version, in the works > more
Fishtown's near run-in with a casino den last week was a first, but by no means will it be the last. Here's how a "sweepstakes cafe" operates and why we should worry > more
As the first large project breaks ground in 2012, Drexel finds itself in love with all things urban > more
Steve Stofka's evolving photographic analysis of the Dilworth camp--final chapter > more
The tent city at Dilworth Plaza displays a spontaneous, complex, emergent urbanism--Follow Stephen Stofka's camera through Occupy Philly and see why > more