What We're Reading: Week of January 25, 2021


Here's what we're reading this week about the projects, people and policies driving local development:

Inquirer: As City Council returns from winter recess, conflict among members could rise

by Sean Collins Walsh and Laura McCrystal, January 28, 2021


Inquirer: Helen Ubinas skewers all City leadership for non-responses to scandals of leadership on BLM and covid vaccinations

By Helen Ubiñas, January 29, 2021


Philadelphia Magazine: What goes around comes around; Embassy Suites on the Parkway returns to its original use as an apartment building

By Sandy Smith, January 21, 2021


PACDC: Philadelphia Association of CDCs received large TD Bank Challenge grant to assist neighborhood corridor businesses reduce covid-related debts

By PACDC, January 27, 2021


Philadelphia Federal Reserve studies how to transition skills for workers who lost jobs during covid into higher paying replacement jobs

By Kyle DeMaria, November 2020


Technical.ly Philly: Economic recovery from covid in Philadelphia

By Paige Gross, January 19, 2021


Research Brief: The impact of covid on Philadelphia landlords

By the Housing Initiative at Penn, Reinvestment Fund, December 2020


Bloomberg News analyzes Uber’s proposals about partnering with transit agencies

By David Zipper, January 26, 2021


Federal Reserve Board is inviting comments for revisions to CRA rules

September 21, 2020


AIA Philadelphia: 2100 Hamilton tops off

By Cecil Baker + Partners, January 26, 2021


PennLive: Legislative moves have begun to enable Pennsylvania gubernatorial candidates to choose their own Lieutenant Governor, rather than having a separate election

By Jan Murphy, January 27, 2021


CNBC: Mortgage applications fall slightly, but average purchase mortgage price rises to new high

By Diana Olick, January 27, 2021

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