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    FOR A BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL OFFICE AT FIRST SPACE# B AS PART OF EXISTING STRUCTURE. CELLAR TO BE USED FOR UTILITIES ONLY.NO SIGN ON THIS APPLICATION.

    2304 N BROAD ST Issued April 18, 2018 Comment
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    EZ PERMIT STADARDS ALTERATIONS-TO A SINGLE FAMILY DWELLING; MINOR FRAMING, INSTALL GYPBOARD, NEW FINISHES, ROOF REPAIR, WINDOW AND DOOR REPLACEMENT(NO CHANGE IN SIZES). FOR ALTERATIONS TO AN EXISTING ONE FAMILY DWELLING AS PER ATTACHED STANDARD. DEVIATIONS FROM THIS STANDARD WILL RESULT IN PERMIT REVOCATION AND REQUIRE SUBMISSION OF CONSTRUCTION PLANS.

    2332 N CAMAC ST Issued April 18, 2018 Comment

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    EZ ALTERATIONS PERMIT - FOR ALTERATIONS TO AN EXISTING ONE FAMILY DWELLING AS PER ATTACHED STANDARD. DEVIATIONS FROM THIS STANDARD WILL RESULT IN PERMIT REVOCATION AND REQUIRE SUBMISSION OF CONSTRUCTION PLANS. WORK TO INCLUDE REPAIRS TO NON-LOAD BEARING PARTITION FRAMING, REPAIR GWB, TAPE AND FINISH THROUGHOUT, TRIM, INSULATION, KITCHEN & BATHROOM ALTERATIONS, REPAIR SUBFLOORS, HARDWOOD FLOORING, ENTRY DOOR, INTERIOR DOORS AND WINDOWS WITH NO CHANGE IN SIZE OR LOCATION, REPAIR ROOF. SEPARATE PERMITS REQUIRED FOR PLUMBING, ELECTRIC AND HVAC INSTALLATIONS. CALL INSPECTOR AT LEAST 24 HOURS PRIOR TO THE START OF WORK.

    2315 N FAWN ST Issued April 10, 2018 Comment
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    EZ ALTERATIONS PERMIT - FOR ALTERATIONS TO AN EXISTING ONE FAMILY DWELLING AS PER ATTACHED STANDARD. DEVIATIONS FROM THIS STANDARD WILL RESULT IN PERMIT REVOCATION AND REQUIRE SUBMISSION OF CONSTRUCTION PLANS. WORK TO INCLUDE REPAIRS TO NON-LOAD BEARING PARTITION FRAMING, REPAIR GWB, TAPE AND FINISH THROUGHOUT, TRIM, INSULATION, KITCHEN & BATHROOM ALTERATIONS, REPAIR SUBFLOORS, HARDWOOD FLOORING, ENTRY DOOR, INTERIOR DOORS AND WINDOWS WITH NO CHANGE IN SIZE OR LOCATION, REPAIR TO REAR BAY, REPAIR ROOF. SEPARATE PERMITS REQUIRED FOR PLUMBING, ELECTRIC AND HVAC INSTALLATIONS. CALL INSPECTOR AT LEAST 24 HOURS PRIOR TO THE START OF WORK.

    2331 N FAWN ST Issued April 10, 2018 Comment
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    EZ PERMIT SPRINKLER RELOCATION (NFPA 13)- FOR THE RELOCATION OF SPRINKLER HEADS AS PER ATTACHED STANDARDS. DEVIATIONS FROM THESE STANDARDS REQUIRE SUBMISSION OF CONSTRUCTION AND SITE PLANS.

    2150 N 10TH ST Issued April 10, 2018 Comment

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Temple neighbors balk at community center 'bribe' in football stadium feud

The 95,000-square-foot center would sit at 1301 Diamond street on a Temple-owned parking lot. The university’s students and faculty would partner with nonprofits to offer pre-K to 130 children, a dental clinic, autism screenings, workforce training, and a place to connect with other resources.

    Temple neighbors balk at community center 'bribe' in football stadium feud - Philly
    Temple University had a vision for a community center a few years ago, offering social services and prekindergarten classes to neighbors often at odds with the school's increasing development in North Philadelphia. The idea came from the School of Education's dean, newly hired in 2013 and eager to do something about the animosity he saw between town and gown.
    http://www.philly.com

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North Philly residents oppose Temple’s proposed community center

The 95,000 square foot space would be on 1301 Diamond Street

...proposed 4-story, 95,000-square-foot development, dubbed, “The Alpha Center,” would sit at 1301 West Diamond Street—which is now a vacant lot—and feature a, “full service, interdisciplinary educational and community...

    Temple's community center proposal met with skepticism, anger
    Temple University recently unveiled their new proposal for a North Philly community engagement center, and it has some area residents more than a little skeptical. The proposed 4-story, 95,000-square-foot development, dubbed, "The Alpha Center," would sit at 1301 West Diamond Street-which is now a vacant lot-and feature a, "full service, interdisciplinary educational and community engagement center," according to the project proposal.
    https://philly.curbed.com

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      2300 Block N. Park Ave. March 27, 2018 @ 3:52 p.m. Comment
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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. For more information visit: http://www.phila.gov/CityPlanning/projectreviews/Pages/CivicDesignReview.aspx TENTATIVE AGENDA 1. 3900-46 Walnut Street, Amendment to the University of Pennsylvania Master Plan (previously heard at the March 6, 2018 CDR Meeting) Zoned: SP- INS, (Special Purpose - Institutional), Major Amendment to a Master Plan Gross Square Footage: 250,000 square feet Uses: 113 suites housing 450 students, 4 faculty apartments Accessory coffee bar, multipurpose room, kitchen and support Parking: 63 auto parking spaces at Walnut 40 Garage Developer: Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania Architect: Bohlin Cywinski Jackson PCPC Staff Presenter: Keith F. Davis 2. 702-714 Sansom Street (previously heard at the February 6, 2018 CDR Meeting) Zoned: CMX-5 (Commercial-Mixed-Use District) Gross Square Footage: 140,209 square feet on 24 floors (135,539 square feet residential, 4,670 square feet retail space) Uses: 85 residential dwelling units and one retail space Parking: 61 off-site auto parking spaces (within 1000 feet of site) Developer: Toll Washington Square LP Architect: SLCE Architects LLP Attorney: Ronald Patterson, Esq., Klehr Harrison Harvey Branzburg, LLP PCPC Staff Presenter: Jack Conviser 3. 1301 W. Diamond Street, Amendment to the Temple University Master Plan Zoned: RM1 & CMX-2 (Residential Multi-family, Commercial-Mixed Use) Proposed Revision to Temple University SP-INS Master Plan to include the parcel of land known as "1301 W. Diamond St." Gross Square Footage: 95,000 square feet Uses: Full service, interdisciplinary educational and community engagement center referred to as the "Alpha Center" Parking: Parking incorporated into existing Temple Univ. Master Plan Developer: Temple University Architect: Strada IIc Attorney: Neil Sklaroff, Esq. Ballard Spahr PCPC Staff Presenter: Keith F. Davis 4. 1102-48 North 2nd Street (previously heard at the February 6, 2018 CDR Meeting) Zoned: CMX-3 (Commercial-Mixed Use District) Gross Square Footage: 129,358 square feet, (116,652 square feet residential, 12,706 square feet commercial space) Uses: 84 dwelling units: 10 duplexes, one 17-unit multi-family dwelling, one 44-unit mixed-use building with one commercial unit, one 3-unit mixed-use building with one commercial unit Parking: 37 automobile parking spaces Developer: Streamline Philly Architect: Harman Deutsch Attorney: David Orphanides, Esq., Orphanides and Toner, LLP PCPC Staff Presenter: Sarah Richardsen 5. 1102-34 Germantown Avenue Zoned: CMX-3 (Commercial-Mixed-Use District) Gross Square Footage: 104,471 square feet (100,185 square feet residential, 4,286 square feet commercial space) Uses: 67 dwelling units: one duplex dwelling, one 6-family dwelling, five 7-family dwellings, one 24-unit mixed-use building with one commercial unit Parking: 21 automobile parking spaces Developer: Streamline Philly Architect: Harman Deutsch Attorney: David Orphanides, Esq., Orphanides and Toner, LLP PCPC Staff Presenter: Sarah Richardsen 6. 1 Leverington Avenue (previously heard as a Master Plan at the Jan 9, 2018 CDR meeting) Zoned: RMX-2 (Residential Multi-Family) Gross Square Footage: 246,830 square feet Uses: 63 dwelling units Parking: 138 automobile parking spaces (includes garages) Developer: D3 Development, LLC and Concordia Group, LLC Architect: Varenhorst Attorney: Dan Riesman, Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott, LLC PCPC Presenter: Alex Smith 7. 2500 E. Tioga Street Zoned: I-2 (Industrial) Gross Square Footage: 188,123 square feet Uses: 118 dwelling units Parking: 74 automobile parking spaces Developer: Richmond Square Associates Architect: PZS Architects Attorney: Shawn D. Ward, Esq. PCPC Staff Presenter: Jack Conviser

    April Civic Design Review
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Mar 29

New Temple University stadium details aim at calming community uproar

Students would enter games through two gates, farthest from the neighborhood, one on Broad Street and Polett Walk and another on Broad and Norris.

...from the university. Temple is building the early childhood learning center and dental clinic at 13th and Diamond streets. Temple applied for a $10,000 state grant for the project through the Redevelopment...

    New Temple University stadium details aim at calming community uproar - Philly
    The football stadium would be built 25 feet below sidewalk level on two sides to avoid eclipsing the tops of neighboring rowhouses. Trucks and team buses would enter the stadium under ground to minimize disruption. The U-shaped design would funnel noise toward Center City.
    http://www.philly.com

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