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Published: Fri, 23 Jun 2017 15:18:39 GMT

 



Philadelphia Council bill would mandate affordable units in every development
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Philadelphia has a new skyline and it's not in Center City
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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?