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Restored Spaces: the Garden vs. the Wasteland
12 years ago
Consequences of school closures, area bridges failing, ACLU/NAACP sue Philly over billboard, Verizon Hall re-tuned
Autumn mural debate continues, its fate uncertain
PHS Pops Up Garden turned vacant lot into a productive landscape
Poor Clare’s facade reuse, Smart House gets nod, Royal Theater neglected, upcoming developments before Planning Commission
Frankford’s Central United Methodist Church windows stolen
Philadelphia Orchard Project celebrates Philly’s growing urban orchards
Parkway revival and homelessness, new life on North Broad, PhillyCAM moves, NIMBYism grows
Planning Commission talks development, rezoning, remapping, overlays, and updates; University City elementary schools
DAGspace: Neither Black Nor White, Preservation is a Gray Area
Closure possible for Furness High, City Council sues over fracking, Historical Commission approvals, State of Young Philly wraps
Big Chalkers, Qualities of Life, Thief of Baghdad, Cobbs Creek trail, Public Architecture, Preserving Philadelphia’s Neigborhoods
Locate designers through viewfinders with “Pole Position”
PHA’s parking problem and surplus property auction, $20 million for SEPTA in North Philly, Zoning reform and Chelten Plaza move toward decisions
BigBelly Solar Compactors Get Noticed
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