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New demolition near Jewelers’ Row would take down buildings owned by Philly’s ‘King of Porn’
L&I issued permits clearing the way to demolish a jewelry shop and adjacent commercial building at 8th and Chestnut streets in the city’s historic diamond district.
3 days ago
Isaiah Zagar’s Painted Bride mosaic could survive in new plan for Old City site
The latest plans to redevelop the Old City Painted Bride HQ include the iconic tilework, marking a departure from past plans to tear down the mosaic.
2 months ago
Demolition in Philly dropped by half in 2020 — Is that a good thing?
The finding cheers preservationists but forecasts a possible slowdown in development in the city heading in 2021.
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