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    • Eastwick's neighbors expressed their needs at public planning meeting

Eastwick’s neighbors demand full inclusion in planning process for 189 vacant acres

The scars left by an urban renewal process gone sour made themselves visible at the first public planning meeting for a new initiative in Eastwick on Monday night at St. Paul's AME…

    • Eastwick: FEMA Flood Zone | courtesy of Interface Studio

Environmental foundation to guide Eastwick's plan

It’s easier to understand Eastwick’s flooding problem when you look at an old map and realize that most of the neighborhood was part of the Tinicum Marsh. By 1900, the marsh…

    • Gregory Heller with Eastwick Planning Study Steering Committe

Eastwick starts community-oriented planning process hoping to rewrite the history of urban renewal

A new era started this Tuesday for neighbors in Eastwick. For the first time ever, representatives from the community sat at the same table with city planners and agencies to decide…

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Praxis Dialogues: Designing for good

On December 1, PennPraxis and PlanPhilly will kick off Praxis Dialogues, the first in a series of public conversations about the notion of "the public good" in design practice,…

    • The renovation project included the Paul Cret pachyderm house and surrounding grounds, Photo courtesy of SMP Architects
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1940s Paul Cret pachyderm house now home to children's zoo

The Philadelphia Zoo has a new, old attraction. In one of the zoo’s largest undertakings to date, the 1940s era Paul Cret pachyderm house, which used to house elephants, hippos and…

    • People's Emergency Center on Lancaster Avenue.

Philadelphia’s Interface Studio receives prestigious national planning award

 Washington, D.C. – Interface Studio, a full-service planning and urban design practice based in Philadelphia, will receive the 2013 National Planning Excellence Award for an Emerging Planning and Design Firm from the American…

    • Planning Commission approves plan for Canal Street entertainment complex, with conditions

Planning Commission approves plan for Canal Street entertainment complex, with conditions

The Philadelphia City Planning Commission voted on Tuesday to approve—with a handful of key conditions—the Plan of Development for “Canal Street North,” the proposed complex at Delaware and Frankford avenues which…

Eyes on the Street

Make Your Mark: Draft of Lower Lancaster Revitalization Plan Released

The yearlong, collaborative “Make Your Mark” neighborhood planning process is nearing completion, and People’s Emergency Center, the organization driving the planning process, has released a draft of the proposed Lower…

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Interface Studio has a cutting edge idea for cars and people

By Lloyd AlterFor Treehugger Interface Studio Architects won TreeHugger's Best of Green prize in 2010 for their gritty urban work.They demonstrated a paradigm-busting playfulness with their frenetic Granary project.…

    • An overhead view of the APM area, specifically focused on the corner of 8th and Berks where APM's Pradera developments stand.

Special Report: A surprising mix of bricks, mortar and imagination

On a six-block stretch of Berks Street just east of Temple University, the past, present and future of low-income architecture and urban planning is on display. It is a mixed picture.…

Spring Garden Street Greenway: Summary of Public Input

Thanks to the fundraising efforts of the Northern Liberties Neighbors Association and the generous giving of several local foundations, public agencies, and local organizations, this project presents a major opportunity to…

Give your input for the Spring Garden Greenway Project

Give your Spring Garden Input Online with a New Interactive MapPut your ideas right where you want them!Project partner Interface Studio has made it easy for you to give…

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