Changing Skyline


The real architect behind Home2Suites

The Philadelphia version of Home2Suites is the work of Cope Linder Architects.

L&I Panty Raid at Post Bros. Goldtex Building

L&I stops a rooftop preview party at the new Goldtex apartment building because the developers failed to obtain a certificate of occupancy.

L&I Panty Raid at Post Bros. Goldtex Building

L&I stops a rooftop preview party at the new Goldtex apartment building because the developers failed to obtain a certificate of occupancy.

Gardening the City

Philadelphia is having a golden age of parks and landscape improvements. There's even a name for what's happening: Civic Horticulture. A one-day conference on Friday explores how Civic Horticulture can make the city more livable and fun.

Gardening the City

Philadelphia is having a golden age of parks and landscape improvements. There's even a name for what's happening: Civic Horticulture. A one-day conference on Friday explores how Civic Horticulture can make the city more livable and fun.

Philadelphia's other Pier Park brings green to the city

Washington Avenue Green, the Delaware Waterfront pier park, is holding a morning-long Eco-Fest on Saturday to celebrate its new design.

Philadelphia's other Pier Park brings green to the city

Washington Avenue Green, the Delaware Waterfront pier park, is holding a morning-long Eco-Fest on Saturday to celebrate its new design.
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Ask Denise Scott Brown What She Thinks about the Pritzker Flap

Join Denise Scott Brown in conversation about her request for retroactive recognition by the Pritzker Prize committee

Duck Girl Decked Out for Easter

Rittenhouse Square statue is decked out for Easter.

Workplace Squatters at Glaxo's new Navy Yard Building

GlaxoSmithKline's new offices ditch the desks and try to mimic working in a cafe or cool co-working environment.

Workplace Squatters at Glaxo's new Navy Yard Building

GlaxoSmithKline's new offices ditch the desks and try to mimic working in a cafe or cool co-working environment.

Carl Dranoff's Evolving Architectural Taste

One thing you can say about Carl Dranoff's taste in architecture is that it's getting better.

I-95: Where's the Data?

Debating the future of I-95 without hard numbers is like driving at night without lights.

Philadelphia modernizes zoning code - and itself

At today's signing ceremony for Philadelphia's new zoning code,there was a sense that history was being made in more ways than one.

Philadelphia goes to Harvard

Mayor Nutter and Philadelphia planners teach a thing or two to Harvard's architecture and design students.

Boston's secret to success

The Red Sox may be tanking, but it's still hard for a Philadelphian not to feel jealous of Boston.

How Boston isn't like Philadelphia

I’ve always thought of Boston and Philadelphia as fraternal twins that just happened to have inherited different sets of religious and sporting genes (Puritan v. Quaker, AL v. NL). But since I arrived at Harvard University, I've been spending every minute toting up how Boston is the same/different and better/ worse than Philadelphia.

Developer unveils $100M plan for Spectrum land

A plan to bring life to the vast asphalt desert at Philadelphia’s sports complex took another step forward today when a Baltimore developer released drawings for a $100 million entertainment center connecting the Wachovia Center to Citizens Bank Park.

How to Hide a Big Brown Refrigerator

Society Hill residents still haven't accommodated themselves to the huge brown signal boxes that began appearing on street corners last year