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The Philadelphia City Planning Commission (PCPC) guides the physical growth of Philadelphia with plans and policies that lead to the creation of well-designed, efficient and equitable places to live, work, and visit. Monthly Commission meetings are open to the public! Tentative Agenda: 1. Action Item: Approval of the Meeting Minutes for November 21, 2017. 2. Executive Director's Update. 3. Staff Presentation: Philadelphia2035 West District Plan draft (Presented by Brian Wenrich) 4. Action Item: Final Plat Revision for the Country Estates Development. (Presented by Sarah Chiu) 5. Action Item: Zoning Bill No. 170986: "An Ordinance amending Section 14-513 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled '/TOD, Transit-Oriented Development Overlay District,' to revise requirements and designations relating to said overlay district, and making related changes, all under certain terms and conditions." Introduced by Councilmember Blackwell on November 16, 2017. (Presented by Mason Austin) 6. Action Item: Zoning Bill No. 170990 "An Ordinance to amend the Philadelphia Zoning Maps by changing the zoning designations of certain areas of land located within an area bounded by Oxford Street, 22nd Street, Jefferson Street, and 24th Street." Introduced by Councilmember Greenlee for Council President Clarke on November 16, 2017. (Presented by David Fecteau) 7. Action Item: Zoning Bill No. 171002 "An Ordinance to amend the Philadelphia Zoning Maps by changing the zoning designations of certain areas of land located within an area bounded by Kensington Avenue, Adams Avenue, Leiper Street (extended), Frankford Creek, Castor Avenue, Wyoming Avenue, G Street, and Erie Avenue, all under certain terms and conditions." Introduced by Councilmember Sanchez on November 16, 2017. (Presented by David Fecteau) 8. Action Items: a. Zoning Bill No. 170995 "An Ordinance to amend the Philadelphia Zoning Maps by changing the zoning designations of certain areas of land located within an area bounded by Ridge Avenue, Paoli Avenue, Umbria Street, Fountain Street, Manayunk Avenue, Gates Street, Pechin Street, and Fountain Street." Introduced by Councilmember Jones on November 16, 2017. (Presented by Matt Wysong) b. Zoning Bill No. 170996 "An Ordinance to amend the Philadelphia Zoning Maps by changing the zoning designations of certain areas of land located within an area bounded by Henry Avenue, Valley Avenue, Domino Lane, Domino Lane North, Ridge Avenue, Harmon Road, Fowler Street, Domino Lane, Silverwood Street (Extended), Parker Avenue, Pechin Street (Extended), Fountain Street, Pechin Street, and Hermitage Street." Introduced by Councilmember Jones on November 16, 2017. (Presented by Matt Wysong) 9. Action Item: Zoning Bill No. 171003 "An Ordinance to amend the Philadelphia Zoning Maps by changing the zoning designations of certain areas of land located within an area bounded by Allegheny Avenue, 2nd Street, Lehigh Avenue, and 6th Street, all under certain terms and conditions." Introduced by Councilmember Sanchez on November 16, 2017. (Presented by Matt Wysong) 10. Action Item: Zoning Bill No. 170997 "An Ordinance to amend the Philadelphia Zoning Maps by changing the zoning designations of certain areas of land located within an area bounded on the northeast by the Manayunk Canal, on the southeast by Green Lane, on the southwest by the Schuykill River, and on the northwest by Leverington Avenue with a straight line extending from Leverington Avenue to the Schuykill River. Further to approve the Residential Mixed-Use-2 District (RMX-2) Master Plan for the foregoing designated areas of land. Further, to amend certain provisions of Section 14-503 of The Philadelphia Code in connection with foregoing Master Plan. Further, to amend the Property Maintenance Code to exclude the foregoing Master Plan from certain provisions of said Property Maintenance Code." Introduced by Councilmember Jones on November 16, 2017. (Presented by Marty Gregorski) 11. Action Item: Zoning Bill No. 170987: "An Ordinance to amend the Philadelphia Zoning Maps by changing the zoning designations of certain areas of land located within an area bounded by Chestnut Street, 40th Street, Locust Street, 42nd Street, Woodland Avenue, 43rd Street, Spruce Street, and 45th Street, all under certain terms and conditions." Introduced by Councilmember Blackwell on November 16, 2017. (Presented by Martine Decamp) 12. Action Item: Property Bill No. 170999: "An Ordinance authorizing the Commissioner of Public Property, on behalf of the City, to enter into a lease with an option to purchase with Ujima Community Transformation Partners, LLC, for use and/or purchase by the City of all or a portion of the premises located at 6750 Lindbergh Boulevard, under certain terms and conditions." Introduced by Councilmember Johnson on November 16, 2017. (Presented by Martine Decamp) 13. Action Item: Property Bill No. 170989: "An Ordinance authorizing the Commissioner of the Department of Parks and Recreation, on behalf of the City, to enter into one or more agreements with the Philadelphia Authority for Industrial Development to amend, restate, or otherwise replace the lease and sublease authorized by Bill No. 090330 to permit the Philadelphia Holocaust Remembrance Foundation, Inc., to construct, operate, maintain, and repair a Holocaust Memorial Plaza on the 'Premises' identified under the previously authorized lease and sublease, all under certain provisions." Introduced by Councilmember Greenlee for Council President Clarke on November 16, 2017. (Presented by Ian Litwin) 14. Action Item: Property Bill No. 171015: "An Ordinance authorizing the Commissioner of Public Property, on behalf of the City of Philadelphia, to acquire by purchase, condemnation or otherwise title in some or all of the parcels of land together with the improvements thereon commonly known as 4301, 4303 and 4305 Germantown Avenue, under certain terms and conditions." Introduced by Councilmember Bass on November 16, 2017. (Presented by Ian Hegarty)

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Dec 05

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Spiral Q performance!

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    Spiral Q performance!
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Dec 05

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We're here til 8pm to get your feedback on the West District #phila2035 draft plan! Also we have delicious 🍝🧀🍇and are giving away🛍and 🚴‍♀️!

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    Philadelphia City Planning Commission, Philadelphia, PA. 3,719 likes · 51 talking about this · 294 were here. Philadelphia2035 is the Comprehensive Plan for the City of Philadelphia. For more...
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Dec 05

Philadelphia City Planning Commission added a...

Monthly Art Commission meetings are open to the public! The Art Commission is Philadelphia’s design review board. It must approve the design of all construction projects located on City property or funded with City money. The Commission must also approve the design of anything constructed or installed on or over the public right-of-way (aka streets and sidewalks) as well as all public art to be acquired by the City or placed on public property. Tentative Agenda: Meeting of the Art & Architecture Committee 1. 156-17 Improvements Pier 9 121 North Columbus Boulevard 2. 257-17 Improvements Woodrow Wilson Middle School 1800 Cottman Avenue 3. 267-17 New Visitor Center Eastern State Penitentiary 2027 Fairmount Avenue Meeting of the Philadelphia Art Commission Adoption of 2018 Meeting Schedule Administrative Approvals 1. 268-17 Exterior Panel Replacement Philadelphia Nursing Home 2100 West Girard Avenue 2. 269-17 Restoration/Stabilization Pastorius Monument Vernon Park 3. 270-17 Basketball Court Reconstruction Mann Rivera Rec. And OAC 3201 North 5th Street 4. 271-17 Envelope restoration/New Digital Screen Mann Ctr. For the Performing Arts 5201 Parkside Avenue 5. 272-17 Parking Lot Expansion House of Correction 8001 State Road Committee Reports Art & Architecture Committee - December 6, 2017 Sign Committee - November 15, 2017 1. 260-17 Five Guys 1527 Chestnut Street 2. 261-17 Spin 1430 Walnut Street

    December Art Commission Meeting
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Nov 29

We want your input on how to improve bus serv...

We want your input on how to improve bus service in South Philly, specifically around the shopping areas near Columbus Boulevard and Snyder Avenue! https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/RTPJTF8

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    We want your input on how to improve bus service in South Philly, specifically around the shopping areas near Columbus Boulevard and Snyder Avenue! https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/RTPJTF8
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Nov 21

Philadelphia City Planning Commission added a...

Civic Design Review is an opportunity for major development projects to be reviewed in a public forum and be evaluated against consistent standards. Meetings are open to the public! The tentative agenda is: 1. Adoption of Civic Design Review Calendar for 2018. 2. 4125 Chestnut Street, Zoned: CMX-4, Total proposed GSF, 66,749 sq. ft., Uses: Residential, 130 units totaling 54,850 sq. ft., Office space totalling 8,828 sq. ft., and secondary accessory space, 3,071 sq. ft., Automobile parking within underground garage for 25 spaces, 44 bicycle spaces. Developer: 4125 Chestnut St CRCP LLC, Architect: Sara Ann Logan Patterson, LABhaus Architects, Attorney: Michael Mattioni, Esq., Presented by Beige Berryman. (Note: this project was previously presented at the CDR meeting of November 7, 2017). 3. 2200 W. Oxford Street, Zoned: RM-2, Total proposed GSF, 106,543 sq. ft., Uses Residential, 61 dwelling units in 44 two or three story attached structures, Community center and leasing office, 1,628 sq. ft., 33 surface parking spaces, no bicycle parking spaces provided. Developer: TN Ward Company for the Philadelphia Housing Authority, Architect: Barton Partners, Attorney: Darwin Beauvais, Esq. Presented by Sarah Richardsen. 4. 2301-15 Emerald Street, Zoned RM-1, Total proposed GSF, 53,582 sq. ft. Uses: Residential, 40 dwelling units, 10 surface parking spaces, 14 bicycle parking spaces provided. Developer: Streamline, Architect: Harman Deutsch, Attorney: David Orphanides, Esq., Orphanides and Toner, LLC. Presented by Jack Conviser. For more information and project details, visit: http://www.phila.gov/CityPlanning/projectreviews/Pages/CivicDesignReview.aspx

    Late November Civic Design Review
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Nov 20

Tomorrow! Southeastern Pennsylvania Transport...

Tomorrow! Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) invites the public to ask questions, submit comments and learn at their Energy Action Plan open house: 11am-1pm and 5:30-7pm, 1234 Market St, 3rd floor auditorium

    SEPTA | Sustainability | Energy Action Plan Open House
    SEPTA is inviting the public to ask questions, submit comments and learn during a pair of Energy Action Plan open houses to be held on Tuesday, November 7 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and on Tuesday, November 21 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m.
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Nov 20

Philadelphia City Planning Commission added a...

The Philadelphia City Planning Commission (PCPC) guides the physical growth of Philadelphia with plans and policies that lead to the creation of well-designed, efficient and equitable places to live, work, and visit. Monthly Commission meetings are open to the public! Tentative Agenda: 1. Action Item: Approval of the Meeting Minutes from October 17, 2017 2. Executive Director's Update. 3. Action Item: Adoption of the 2018 Philadelphia City Planning Commission meeting dates 4. Action Item: Final Plat Revision for the Country Estates Development. (Presented by Sarah Chiu) 5. Action Item: Bill No. 170672: Amending Title 14 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled 'Zoning and Planning,' by amending parking requirements in certain districts, all under certain terms and conditions." Introduced by Councilmember Greenlee for Council President Clarke on June 22, 2017. (Presented by Paula Brumbelow Burns) 6. Action Item: Bill No. 170678: To amend Title 7 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled 'Housing Code,' by adding 'Mixed Income Housing Program,' to provide for affordable housing standards; amending Section 14-702 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled 'Mixed Income Housing,' and to make related changes; amending Chapters 14-600 and 14-700 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled, respectively, 'Use Regulations' and 'Development Standards,' relating to residential development. Introduced by Councilmember Quiñones Sánchez, Council President Clarke, Councilmembers Blackwell and Johnson on June 22, 2017. (Presented by Mason Austin) 7. Action Item: Bill No. 170821: Amending Chapter 14-1000 of The Philadelphia Code, (entitled "Historic Preservation") to establish a temporary demolition moratorium with respect to properties in the area of Ridge Avenue between Wissahickon Creek and Northwestern Avenue; all under certain terms and conditions. Introduced by Councilman Jones on September 28, 2017. (Presented by Jon Farnham) 8. Action Item: Bill No. 170902: Amending Section 14-503 of the Philadelphia Code, by creating the East Mount Airy /NCA Overlay District and making related changes; and amending the Philadelphia Zoning Maps by changing the zoning designations of certain areas of land located within an area bounded by Fayette Street, East Vernon Road, Michener Avenue, and Greenwood Street. Introduced by Councilwoman Parker on October 19, 2017. (Presented by Ian Hegarty) 9. Action Item: Bill No. 170924: To amend the Philadelphia Zoning Maps by changing the zoning designations of certain areas of land located within an area bounded by Cheltenham Avenue, Ditman Street, Cottman Avenue, Ditman Street, Bleigh Avenue, Edmund Street, Cottman Avenue, Vandike Street, Robbins Street, Torresdale Avenue, Deveraux Avenue, and Hegerman Street." Introduced by Councilmember O'Neill on Date October 26, 2017. (Presented by Larissa Klevan) 10. Action Item: Bill No. 170959: Amending Chapter 14-600 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled 'Use Regulations,' by creating regulations for the day care use, and making related changes. Introduced by Councilwoman Parker on November 2, 2017. (Presented by Andrew Meloney) 11. Action Item: Bill No. 170960: Amending Title 14 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled 'Zoning and Planning,' to create a new Ninth District Overlay, to limit the materials that may be used on building facades; and to make conforming amendments. Introduced by Councilwoman Parker on November 2, 2017. (Presented by Marty Gregorski) LEGISLATIVE BILLS RECOMMENDED FOR ADMINISTRATIVE APPROVAL Streets Bill No. 170961: Authorizing The Bagel Place Shop LLC., ('Owner') to install, own and maintain an open air sidewalk café at 404 Queen Street, Philadelphia, PA 19147 ('Property'). Introduced by Councilman Squilla on November 2, 2017.

    November City Planning Commission Meeting
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Nov 02

🏆We won!!!🏆 Thanks to your support, Germantow...

🏆We won!!!🏆 Thanks to your support, Germantown finished in first place in the #VoteYourMainStreet competition! Germantown United CDC will use the $150,000 grant to preserve and provide structural improvements to two historic buildings: Parker Hall (5801 Germantown Ave) and the John Trower Building (5706 Germantown Ave).

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    🏆We won!!!🏆 Thanks to your support, Germantown finished in first place in the #VoteYourMainStreet competition! Germantown United CDC will use the $150,000 grant to preserve and provide structural...
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Oct 31

Philadelphia City Planning Commission added a...

Monthly Art Commission meetings are open to the public! The Art Commission is Philadelphia’s design review board. It must approve the design of all construction projects located on City property or funded with City money. The Commission must also approve the design of anything constructed or installed on or over the public right-of-way (aka streets and sidewalks) as well as all public art to be acquired by the City or placed on public property. Tentative Agenda: Meeting of the Art & Architecture Committee 1. 242-17 “Link” Advertising Kiosks 2. 243-17 New Building Phillies Ballpark Services 3300 South 7th Street 3. 256-17 Percent for Art City Archives 456 N. 5th Street 4. 257-17 Renovations Woodrow Wilson Middle School 1800 Cottman Avenue Art & Architecture Committee Report - November 1, 2017 Sign Committee Report - October 18, 2017 1. 249-17 Two Liberty Place 50 South 16th Street 2. 247-17 Amrita Yoga and Wellness 2306 South Street 3. 238-17 Wawa 1102-48 Market Street 4 239-17 Wawa 1300 Chestnut Street 5. 234-17 Sprouts Farmers Market 1001 South 15th Street (1000 South Broad Street ) 6. 245-17 Cambria Hotel 219-25 South Broad Street 7. 246-17 Fairfield Inn & Suites 261 South 13th Street 8. 250-17 CB2 1420-24 Walnut Street

    November Art Commission Meeting
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Oct 30

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Here to collect your feedback on how to improve the area around the Wissahickon Transportation Center for pedestrians, bikers, bus and train riders!

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    Here to collect your feedback on how to improve the area around the Wissahickon Transportation Center for pedestrians, bikers, bus and train riders!
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Oct 15

Sometimes we need to *pause* and recognize we...

...are putting plans into action! This week was the groundbreaking for Frankford Pause Park at 4671-73 Paul Street. The idea for the park came from our #Phila2035 Lower Northeast District Plan! Thank you...


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...City Planning Commission on November 10, 1964. Create two lots from the original lot at 525 Brown Street for the purpose of erecting a 3-story single family attached building. (Presented by Keith...

...by Trenton Avenue, Lehigh Avenue, Belgrade Street, Somerset Street, Delaware Expressway, Cumberland Street, Thompson Street, Aramingo Avenue and York Street. Introduced by Councilmember Squilla on September 21, 2017. (Presented by David Fecteau) 8. Action item...

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...Zoning Bill No. 170819: Remapping an area in Ludlow bounded by Girard Avenue, 6th Street, Berks Street and 10th Street. Introduced by Councilmember Greenlee for Council President Clarke on September 21, 2017. (Presented by David...

...Action Item: Streets Bill No. 170596: Authorizing an exterior metal staircase and planter encroachments at 1714-20 S. 2nd Street; Introduced by Councilmember Squilla on June 8, 2017. (Presented by Sarah Chiu) 11. Action Item...

...calculations. Streets Bill No. 170713: To install, own and maintain a free-standing sign at 2601 Pennsylvania Ave. Streets Bill No. 170720: To allow plotting certain utility right-of-ways for sewer and...

    October City Planning Commission Meeting
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