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August 19: Philly spends $200 million a year on biz tax breaks | CyclePhilly update | Zoning as opportunity hoarding
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August 18: More details on Toll’s Jewelers’ Row plans | Self-driving cabs in Pittsburgh | Sign stump menace
August 17: Zoned hauling in NYC | New billboard sails through ZBA | UberEATS launches
August 16: PRA wants ‘social impact’ development for 8th and Race | Speed cushions foiled | TOD at Frankford Transportation Center
August 15: Toll Brothers don’t own Jewelers’ Row buildings yet | MeterUp expands | Speed cushions for N. 5th
Mapping 10 years of Philadelphia block parties
August 12: Toll Brothers to demolish part of Jewelers’ Row | Moving Rizzo | PA leading on autonomous vehicles
August 11: School District going after under-assessed properties | Palladian windows | Best bike commutes
August 10: Philly home prices reach all-time high | Rizzo statue | Delivery robots
Updated Greenworks plan for city sustainability targets coming this fall
August 9: Modular mid-rise on Washington | Franklin Institute digital signage | Party transportation platforms
August 8: Councilman Johnson’s no-bid city land sales | Plan B for S.S. United States | 1900 block of Sansom spared
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