August 7: Demo watch for Broad and Locust garage | Snap Kitchen expanding in Philly | Cutting trash imports

Inga Saffron says for Point Breeze to manage growth with affordability, the neighborhood needs some clearer thinking on the relationship between density, parking, home prices, and the market for neighborhood services.

Snap Kitchen is the company we couldn’t tell you was opening a big kitchen at MaKen Studios in Kensington to serve five local stores. 

James Jennings thinks Pearl Properties is going to demolish that dingy looking parking garage at Broad and Locust.

The rear entrance of that garage is one of the main obstacles to turning Juniper Street into a bikeway.

A brief introduction to how a lot of big university money removed the Black Bottom neighborhood and turned it into University City.

What the Secret Service is saying to area businesses about the Papal visit.

Kim Lyons on how shared mobility options are replacing the traditional company car, and reducing employee car ownership.

Bob Casey wants to reduce trash imports into Pennsylvania and start shrinking our landfills.

A new PPP poll says most Pennsylvanians support the EPA’s Clean Power Plan. 

Uber Eats cargo bike delivery is apparently a thing in Barcelona. 

Rachel Quednau urges more cities to keep their parks open at night–something Philly does pretty well on.

And Design Advocacy Group is now going to be joining forces with Urban Geek Drinks this month for the Bok rooftop happy hour, so you won’t want to miss that

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