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Can evictions be avoided? Landlords and tenants are negotiating over Zoom
An initiative run by Good Shepherd Mediation Program aims to resolve conflicts between landlords and tenants at a time when many are struggling to pay rent due to COVID-19.
2 years ago
Rebuilding from loss in Philadelphia and Paris
The fire at Notre Dame brings our relationship with the buildings we know into sharp, emotional relief.
3 years ago
Property-tax hikes stir worries in East Passyunk, Chinatown, South Street District
5 years ago
Finding the form with Cecil Baker
6 years ago
Commission adopts new rules for community groups, hearings to come
On the Record: Q&A with Greg Heller, director of Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority
Commission votes against proposed down-zoning in Brewerytown
Johnson sponsors zoning change for Lincoln Square project at Broad & Washington
Parking rules questioned at City Council budget hearing
Catholic Church paintings added to historic register
Henon clearing a path for new digital billboard on Interstate 95.
Unimpressed but unempowered, design committee gets a final look at Broad & Washington project
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