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On Market East, an unusual fight in old battle pitting preservation against progress
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Why is Toll Bros. designing a “background” building for an iconic Philly neighborhood?
How West Philadelphia businesses answer MLK’s call to action
Design professionals discuss how to make room for all races in Philly public spaces
Forcing small business owners to remove protective barriers endangers public safety, does not make our communities better
HACE CEO: City Council should pass inclusionary zoning bill
NLNA President: City Council, don’t fumble inclusionary zoning bill away on the two yard line
PlanPhilly has a new managing editor: Ariella Cohen
Not built in a day: One of PlanPhilly’s creators reflects on a decade of dedicated built-environment coverage
Monument Lab provided more questions than answers
Mayor Rizzo’s discriminatory housing policies: confronting our past and present
As Philadelphia reflects on its monuments, some more questions to ask
Our monuments are our continuation
Monumental matters in Philadelphia
Eyes on the Page: ‘Philadelphia: Finding the Hidden City,’ reviewed
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