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Published: Fri, 26 May 2017 04:29:00 GMT


The surprising style of an ordinary '70s office tower
The developer-built office tower from the days of urban renewal is worth a second look.

After Dilworth Park's success, what about City Hall courtyard?
The Center City District trains its sights on another Philadelphia civic space. But should the city give up control?

With one bill, Squilla undermines a decade of waterfront planning
Hundreds of people helped write the master plan for the Central Delaware. Did they waste their time?

The secret to making gentrification benefit Philadelphia's low-income homeowners
It's hard to cash in on rising house prices if you can't prove you own your home.

The printing giant that ruled Philadelphia before the presses stopped
This Erie Avenue factory looks like a college library but was once part of the world's largest printing company.

Why raze a century-old Germantown Boys and Girls Club?
Despite repeated claims that the building is structurally unsound, the club continues to host a full slate of daily activities, including a day care center and sports programs.

Why is Councilman Squilla helping Society Hill skirt its environmental obligations?
Using councilmanic prerogative, Squilla has killed Philadelphia's electric-car program and exempted Society Hill from the green-roof incentive.

What's going on with this high-security telecom building next to the South Street Bridge
How did one of the most hated buildings in Philadelphia end up in a prime position overlooking the Schuylkill River Park?

Let's cheer the humble mid-rise and the return of North Broad Street
Two new six-story buildings form a worthy gateway to the reviving North Broad Street corridor.