Members voted to void the so-called density bonuses for projects in an area bounded by Walnut and Lombard Streets, between Eighth Street and the Delaware River, after residents said they were allowing development that’s out of scale for their neighborhood.
The move comes amid a wave of development that has resulted in the loss of historically designated buildings such as the Boyd Theatre and that is imperiling properties in the path of planned construction, including a large swath of the storied Jewelers Row shopping street.
A long-awaited new master plan is designed to loosen up zoning and land-use regulations to spur development in the struggling seaside resort. "The little people are here, and we would like to stay here," said one resident.
PMC Property Group’s proposal calls for 32- and 28-story towers with space for retail tenants that are to include a large supermarket.
The telecom giant plans to vacate the former Bell Atlantic Tower, now known as Three Logan Square, by the end of the year.
The Philadelphia City Planning Commission is scheduled to consider legislation Tuesday that incorporates limits demanded by the group while changing provisions in area’s zoning to permit such a sign.
It can proceed with plans for a complex in Westampton, Burlington County, as long as it meets 13 conditions, the board decided before granting its OK.
The Philadelphia Water Department plans to lease another full floor of the Aramark building on East Market Street, as the tower's namesake tenant prepares...
Russell Byers Charter School plans to renovate its building at 19th and Arch Streets to accommodate middle-school grades that will begin there next year.
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The closures will result in 102 workers being laid off as of June 30.
Penn says Fresh Grocer failed to renew its lease for the 40th and Walnut Street space in time. It has a new agreement with Acme for the site.
The Minneapolis-based retailer aims to open the store in Kimco Realty Corp.-owned development in October 2018.
The development team was selected largely on the strength of its proposed architecture and site plan for the 3.2-acre lot at Chinatown’s western edge.
There is now 591,000 square feet in 11 buildings on the campus, which MRA Group of Horsham is calling the Spring House Technology Park.