Posts Tagged ‘zoning’

Dilworth Park Preps For Winter

Dilworth Park Preps For Winter

October 19, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Dilworth Park transforming into Wintergarden, Planning Commission rejects appealing RCO applications, design competition looks at future of Philly rowhouses, and calls for council hearings on SEPTA’s CCT service > more

In Pennsport, Another Test For Riverfront Zoning Overlay

In Pennsport, Another Test For Riverfront Zoning Overlay

September 16, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Developer moves for more height bonuses, Liberty Square underway, public art pops up on the Delaware, and Photo Arts Center presents Kensington introspective > more

Philadelphia’s Legacy Of Planning Exclusively

Philadelphia’s Legacy Of Planning Exclusively

June 7, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Woodward Celebration pays tribute to exclusive urban planning, L&I holds PMC Property Group accountable, and Northwest zoning code alteration in question > more

PMC Backtracks On Affordable Housing Stipulation

PMC Backtracks On Affordable Housing Stipulation

June 3, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Impressive bait and switch on the waterfront, month-long exhibit honors past life of Bok Technical, a look at the most expensive residential sale in Philly history, and sheriff’s office fees likely to see hike > more

Historic South Broad Street Bank To Be

Historic South Broad Street Bank To Be “Preserved” As A Wendy’s

March 18, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Wendy’s to fill historic bank building, repositioning expectations of innovation districts, Old City demolition goes awry, bill aims to ensure that commercial mixed-use is commercial, and gentrification protection measure approved > more