Philadelphia Open Thread
A beloved Philly fixture is becoming a park
A recent debate over a Dilworth Park Starbucks got us thinking
After several major changes in the past few months, we want your thoughts
Tell us what you’d like to see
Tell us in the comments
What projects do you hope to see? What city initiatives?
The bill was unanimously passed Thursday
Is this the right space for the facility?
The city released a report on Vision Zero this week
The plan was introduced Wednesday morning
The agreement will take the place of a controversial one percent construction tax bill.
After possible bed bugs were found on buses this week, we want your opinion on SEPTA’s cleanliness.
This summer, ad space was sold on trash cans around Philly, and some people objected.
As the debate over dockless electric scooters rages on in the west coast, we want to know how you think they would work in our city.
In order to get a permit, you’ll have to go through your local police department first.
From doing away with the token, to letting some Regional Rail riders use the Key card, there have been a lot of changes this summer.
Tell us what you hope the public space project will provide.
Following a meeting with the mayor and Roc Nation reps this week, the festival will stay. But we want to hear your thoughts.
Tell us what you’re eager to see improved about the space this year.
Not every building can be a major high-rise. Not every building can be so hideous or so beautiful as to spark a decades-long conversation. Nevertheless.
A recent report showed the median one-bedroom rent in the Philadelphia area was up just 2.2 percent from winter 2017, and the median for two-bedrooms was flat. Philly still remains one of the nation’s 20 most expensive rental markets, however.
With talks of Philly’s hot housing market, let’s see how much real estate has changed over time.
Welcome to Friday Open Threads, wherein we'll pass the mic to readers to speak up about topics of interest, distress, horror, and more. Have something you want discussed? Let us know. This week’s topic: Philly’s bid for Amazon HQ2.
For this week’s Open Thread, we want to know what’s on your transportation wish list, no matter how unrealistic they may be.
Mayor Jim Kenney is in. But where should the online retailer set up shop?
City-altering proposals are popping up left and right, but which is the most crucial concept for Philly?
Philly residents have a lot to say on the topic.
An activist group has filed a lawsuit over the long-standing tradition of parking in the middle of South Broad. What do you think should happen?
We asked, you answered: From $100 a month for a University City apartment to $1,500, here’s how much rent readers paid at their first apartments in Philly.
We want to know what buildings in Philly are considered iconic. Share your suggestions for a forthcoming article!