The Virus and the City: Next Steps
Could help be on the way for Main Street businesses? Here, a rundown of the relief bills and programs that, if Congress acts, might just help
Breaking Down Barriers
Can Sunflower Philly, a community space in Kensington run by local artists and funded by local developers, forge a connection between new and longtime residents?
The Closest Thing to Printing Money
The housing density bonus has put $10 million into City coffers for affordable housing. It could do even more, Philly 3.0’s engagement editor notes—if certain Councilmembers would get out of the way
Your City Defined: The El Explained
If you're calling it the Market-Frankford Line, you've got it all wrong.
WATCH: Chat with Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley
The second-term Dayton, Ohio, mayor talked about the role of cities post-Covid with Drexel’s Nowak Metro Finance Lab Director Bruce Katz, in partnership with Fitler Club
Guest Commentary: Fund Housing. Save Lives.
Mayor Kenney has proposed slashing the Housing Trust Fund. A longtime affordable housing advocate on why that could mean disaster—for all of us
Who Wins and Who Loses?
Philly 3.0’s Engagement Director on who stands to gain—and who doesn’t—from Mayor Kenney’s post-Covid budget plan
Ideas We Should Steal: Help for Renters and Landlords
A New Jersey landlord waived the rent for his tenants over the next three months—something most property owners probably can’t afford. How can both sides get relief?