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Three historic religious sites embark on a road to preservation and future service
4 years ago
New historic districts proposed for 3 Philly neighborhoods
5 years ago
Philly reckons with its endangered history as preservation task force pivots to solutions
In Cobbs Creek, a home for the dead gets new life
Construction continues on apartments planned atop oldest African American graveyard in West Philadelphia
On Market East, an unusual fight in old battle pitting preservation against progress
A new approach to preserving black Philadelphia
Philadelphia lags behind other cities in protecting historic resources, national preservation group says.
Why forbidden garages keep popping up in your neighborhood
City commits $40 million to repairing rowhomes
Iconic Kensington milk bottle protected from wrecking ball
January 4: Frankford Chocolate Factory | Trickle-down environment | Commercial waste audit system
Chestnut Hill’s modernist trio, fully historically protected in 2017
Spruce Hill zoning remapping is backdoor historic preservation
December 20: Positive train control | Deconstructing demolition | Solar supply chain
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