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Art museum exhibit looks at how design shapes the future

How it impacts cities, jobs, resources, and more

Six-story residential project planned for Passyunk and Washington

It’s designed with industrial features in mind

Hahnemann Hospital plans to close this fall

After suffering financial difficulties

After refinery shutdown, what happens to the land?

Much of the soil and groundwater is contaminated, so how can the land be used in the future?

PES to permanently shut down oil refinery after explosion, mayor says

The refinery will shut down within the month

Congestion costs the city $152 million, according to report

Millions in lost time and revenue

The Oval+ announces 2019 opening date

From July through August, experience the beloved art and public park installation.

An inside look at the newly completed Fitler Club

The Schuylkill River-adjacent project opened this month

Explosion and fire burn through South Philly oil refinery

The incident was reported around 4 a.m.

Reactions to the South Philly refinery explosion

Philadelphians documented the fire online

19-story overlay project planned behind historic Society Hill buildings

The plan includes demolishing part of the existing historic buildings

Speed cameras are coming to Roosevelt Boulevard

Another step in the city’s Vision Zero Goal

Philly’s public pools open for 2019 season

Here’s what to know about opening dates

New Comcast Tower, 3675 Market among recipients of ULI excellence award

Given by the Urban Land Institute

Council votes for PGW’s liquid natural gas plant in South Philly

The vote came after multiple residents spoke both in support and opposition Thursday.

DRWC seeking input as Graffiti Pier becomes public park

The DRWC has received a grant from the William Penn Foundation

SEPTA lowers minimum key card load in response to customer feedback

The new $1 minimum will be easier for short-term riders and riders using cash.

Dranoff plans 47-story luxury residential tower at Broad and Spruce

Inspired by the Bauhaus movement, the Arthaus tower replaces an earlier plan for the site.

Check out the newly opened Drexel Square

The square is the first part of the long awaited Schuylkill Yards project

Everything to know for Philly Pride 2019

Road closures, parade routes, and festival info

New Northern Liberties pod park aims to help revive the Piazza

It will include a giant robot sculpture, as well as food, drink, and retail vendors.

Remainder of Frankford Chocolate Factory to be demolished

Developer Ori Feibush said he has tried to save parts of the factory

Four Seasons Hotel plans late summer opening

And they’re officially taking reservations

First Schuylkill Yards project—a 1.3-acre park—is finally here

Drexel Square Park is the first part of the $3.5B project to open

The first round of SEPTA Key cards are expiring. Here’s what to do

On July 31, the first round of cards bought in 2016 will expire.

New medical lab and office building coming to Philly’s Navy Yard

For California-based company, Iovance

Athletic fields, wetlands included in FDR Park’s $200M renovation project

The master plan was unveiled after a year of public input

In South Philly, Vietnamese shopping plaza will become 44-unit housing development

The project calls for single and multi-family homes

NY company brings coworking offices to Two Liberty Place

A second Philly location for the group

Philly rises in ranking of country’s best park systems

95 percent of residents live within walking distance of a park

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Mapping the building boom along the Delaware River

Big changes are coming to the Delaware River Waterfront. Everything from an 11-acre park at Penn’s Landing to a massive residential village in Pennsport.

Start-up company aims to turn Philly rowhomes into co-living spaces

Bungalow is the newest iteration of a growing trend—co-living in Philly.

Open Thread: Which spaces should we make public?

Following the lead of Reading Terminal Market, what other public spaces would you like to see?

Philadelphians vote yes on traffic enforcement officers

Philadelphians re-elected Jim Kenney and voted for traffic police at Tuesday’s election.

Here are the worst times to leave for Memorial Day weekend

It will be busier than last year

On Delaware waterfront, six-building development moves forward

It’s just the first phase of a long development process

Check out Camden waterfront’s new 18-story tower by drone

It’s the waterfront’s tallest new construction, bringing office space to Camden.

Interior pieces of Public Ledger building auctioned off for $35K

The 6th and Chestnut interior has been stripped to make way for a Wawa

$1M project will turn Reading Terminal Market block into public space

The block can be transformed into a street or pedestrian plaza