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Published: Sun, 21 Jan 2018 14:11:07 GMT

 



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.



SEPTA consultant and Elon Musk trade punches over future of mass transit | Inga Saffron
At the heart of the dispute is a concern that Musk's transportation innovations will favor the rich.



Reinventing S. Philly's last Catholic high school with Ikea furniture, murals and a rain garden
The barbed wire has come down and PSAT scores have gone up. The school's makeover is thanks to the help of Community Design Collaborative, a nonprofit run by the Philadelphia chapter of the American Institute of Architects.



What's with all the round buildings in Philadelphia?
Three round buildings invaded the Benjamin Franklin Parkway's diagonal in the mid-'60s.



Blatstein's Wawa proposal ignores pedestrian-friendly goals along Delaware waterfront
Bart Blatstein's proposal for a gas station would just perpetuate the autocentric conditions along Columbus Boulevard.



Safety improvements prepare South Broad Street for a residential future
The city is installing its first raised intersections to slow traffic and give the avenue more of a residential feel.



Philadelphia takes another step toward providing affordable housing
Despite objections from developers and neighborhood groups, Philadelphia is poised to require subsidized units in market-rate development.