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Published: Tue, 20 Feb 2018 01:34:14 GMT


Why do Old City buildings keep burning?
Lack of maintenance and investment have been the spark of repeated fires.

Discovering an art deco Kresge's behind a Center City storefront
Such small commercial buildings are what give Center City's shopping streets their distinctive character.

The Free Library has been trying to build this internet-age addition since the Eagles moved to the Linc
Philadelphia's Free Library will outfit its Parkway building with new social spaces aimed at turning it into a vibrant community center.

Developers worry Philadelphia's new plumbing board will clog housing pipeline
Bringing Philadelphia's plumbing into the modern era is as much about politics as technology.

The tide turns on Delaware waterfront with two projects that welcome pedestrians
Real streets, public space, and cafes are included in two new residential proposals for the Delaware waterfront.

Eagles-Patriots Super Bowl venue is an otherworldly crystal palace
Minneapolis' new U.S. Bank Stadium represents a new generation of football stadiums.

What cities on Amazon shortlist have in common: a lifestyle appealing to tech workers | Changing Skyline
There's a reason that the 20 cities were chosen for the semifinals of Amazon's HQ2 search.

Mantua artist's resistance pushes Philly to build a better grocery store
A developer's proposal for a mixed-use, mixed-income project could be a model for bringing small groceries to Philadelphia's food deserts.

How Fishtown could get stuck with a lemon of a car dealership
Carvana, a millennial-friendly used car company that sells via the web, is using its Philadelphia property to erect a brightly lit, stealth billboard that will disrupt the neighborhood.

This gorgeous castle overlooking the Reading Viaduct park is still a functioning industrial building
Changes are coming to the Callowhill neighborhood, once a dense, industrial district.