Posts Tagged ‘Actual Value Initiative’

On Diamond Street, A View Of Medieval France

On Diamond Street, A View Of Medieval France

January 21, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Gothic Revival at the doorsteps of TempleTown, MLK Day of Service in North Philly cemetery, the BRT booked through ’19, and three suggestions to get out this week > more

Anticipating Next Year's AVI-Gentrification

Anticipating Next Year’s AVI-Gentrification

September 26, 2013  |  Morning Blend

Solomon Jones on the lessons of a gentrified Spring Garden Street, Parks & Rec attempts to right some blight in Juniata Park, curated river sounds for Race Street Pier, and vacant home’s roof collapses > more

New Study Looks At “How Philadelphia Gets To Work”

New Study Looks At “How Philadelphia Gets To Work”

September 11, 2013  |  Morning Blend

Developers discuss transit-oriented development trends, teens only too happy to show off Cobbs Creek, AVI as “Arbitrary Value Initiative,” and Hillary Clinton at Constitution Center > more

City Won’t Clarify Sheriff Sales Procedures

City Won’t Clarify Sheriff Sales Procedures

June 14, 2013  |  Morning Blend

Office fails to explain seemingly arbitrary opening bids, AVI passes at 1.34%, blight by Rittenhouse Square speaks volumes, new zoo facility aiming for silver L.E.E.D., and the Vet’s outstanding debt > more

Planners To Look For Cheaper Options For Transit Improvements Along Roosevelt Boulevard

Planners To Look For Cheaper Options For Transit Improvements Along Roosevelt Boulevard

March 1, 2013  |  Morning Blend

$1.5 billion too much for SEPTA, new Center City parking garage deadens urban rhythms, Sanchez to the rescue on AVI furor, why we should try for a natural gas export center, and a mural to be unveiled at café > more