June 30: PA House eyes ending sunset for red light cams | Mt. Airy 2025 kick-off | 9,000 sqft beer garden

A new AP-GFK poll shows that while a majority of Americans still prefer suburban living, about 44% are open to more urban living situations, and about four in ten want more spending on public transportation. 

Fran Hilario reports that BNY Mellon is turning their courtyard at 1735 JFK Blvd into a massive 9,000 square foot pop-up beer garden on July 1st. The garden will be run by Teddy Sourias, owner of Bru Craft & Wurst, U-Bahn and Finn McCools Ale House.

Developers say lots of buyers in the Philly market are looking for modern architecture, not necessarily historic rowhouses.

We’ll find out the results of the city’s tax lien sale today.

The PA House transportation committee looks ready to end the sunset provision on the red light cameras bill. 

Bella Vista and Queen Village have some exciting projects in the dock, especially off of Bainbridge Street and Fabric Row

The Mt. Airy 2025 10-year neighborhood planning process has begun, and John Corrigan has a recap of the first meeting.

How this new Placemeter tool can help make the case for traffic calming, in addition to helping planners measure street activity. 

Conrad Benner took a ride in the Hendrick’s Gin Flying Cucumber and got some great aerial shots of Philly. 
 

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