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    • The Royal
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Royal redevelopment plans advancing, facadism and density ahead

We may never know what the Royal Theater could become. Redevelopment proposals, floated around for more than a year, do not envision a reuse for the deteriorating landmark on South Street.…

    • sls international

Committee approves zoning changes for new Dranoff hotel on Broad

City Council’s Committee on Rules approved a bill Wednesday that would amend portions of  the zoning code to allow developer Carl Dranoff’s SLS International Hotel proposal on South Broad Street to…

    • One Riverside floodplain situation

Zoning board hears arguments about 'underground' parking at Dranoff tower

You all know the old yarn: when is an underground parking garage not an underground parking garage? When it’s in the floodplain. On Wednesday, the Zoning Board of Adjustment heard that…

    • One Riverside street view

L&I: Above ground garage at One Riverside may be legally viewed as below grade

If a parking garage visibly sits at ground level, can it actually be underground parking? Sometimes, yes, the city says. And that answer has a group of waterfront advocates worried. The…

    • Dranoff Properties at Broad and South streets

Developers discuss transit trends, impact on development

While it might seem obvious that a lot of people who work in Philadelphia get to work using public transportation, this relatively recent trend is part of a significant cultural shift…

    • Schuylkill River from South Street Bridge

Dranoff billboard atop Locust on the Park predates Dranoff

Carl Dranoff’s One Riverside project, a proposed 21-story tower at 25th and Locust Streets, adjacent to the Schuylkill River Trail, would make a prominent addition to the Center City skyline. Dranoff…

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    • The Philadelphia History Museum fully, finally reopened this past weekend.
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    • Plan for an 80-unit, transit-oriented development at 521-31 S. Broad gets planning commission approval

Plan for an 80-unit, transit-oriented development at 521-31 S. Broad gets planning commission approval

Developer Carl Dranoff's plan of development for Southstar Lofts – an 80-unit residential building with ground-floor retail at 521-31 South Broad Street – won planning commission approval this week.Commissioners also…

    • Dranoff

Dranoff "transit-oriented development" for South and Broad clears first planning commission hurdle

Developer Carl Dranoff wants to build up to 80 residential units with retail that might include restaurants, coffee shops, a grocery or a deli – and nearly as many spots to…

    • 205 Race Street

Three development proposals run into controversy at Planning Commission meeting

Tuesday's Planning Commission meeting featured three information-only presentations of proposed developments that all face either community opposition or serious questions from commission members about each project's suitability.205 Race St.Jeff…

    • A rendering for the proposed ARC Properties hotel at 401 Race. Rendering c/o Philly Brownstoner

Confident, proven private developers biding their time

Blatstein, Caplan, Goldman and Dranoff.  It’s not a law firm. They are the names of four of Philadelphia’s most consistent, well-financed and connected private developers, and very likely the ones to…

    • 777 South Broad Street

777 South Broad Street nearly complete

777 South Broad Street At Broad and Fitzwater, you will find one of the few large-scale development projects in Philly that is nearing completion.  It's 777, the latest in urban…

Dranoff challenges Drexel students to design eco-conscious living space in 777 South Broad Street

A press release from Dranoff Properties: Drexel Students to LEED the Way in Greening 777 South Broad Carl Dranoff challenges interior design students at Drexel to turn 777’s hospitality suite into…

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