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October 15th, 2018

Growing to Greatness

The Collaborative's 2015 conceptual design for a green schoolyard at AMY Northwest has had many ripple effects—engaged students and teachers, an outdoor classroom, and a $500,000 grant from the Trust for Public Land.

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Re-imagining the East Falls Corridor
East Falls asserts itself. Brawny steel bridges and brick arches set the stage as you approach its Midvale Avenue gateway from Kelly Drive. This past year, we worked with...
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Amplifying the Impact of Mariposa
Section for the Mariposa's proposed food co-op from our conceptual design and feasibility study.GRID magazine revisited Mariposa Food Co-op  in its February issue to report on...
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Finding New Life for Irreplaceable Buildings
Boyd Theater | The Legendary Blue Horizon | Nineteenth Street Baptist Church | Engine 46 Firehouse | Shawmont Station | Robinson Store | Haddington Historic District |...
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Destined for Frankford
We're working on three projects in Frankford! The Collaborative will be directing its design talent to Paul Street, a neighborhood commercial street that branches off Frankford...
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Putting the Green Back in Bainbridge
Bainbridge Street between 3rd and 5th Streets has shape-shifted over the past century, reflecting each generation's idea about what the city needed—a public market, a formal...
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New Mixed-Use Development at Nicetown's Front Door
  We’re feeling really great about last week’s dedication of Nicetown Court II. Heidi Segall Levy joined Nicetown CDC last week for the dedication of a new, $19 million,...
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Refreshing Ridge Avenue Storefronts
The Ridge Avenue - Midvale Avenue Commercial Corridor is a place for neighborhood errands as well as the front door to East Falls for Philadelphians out for a walk, run, ride,...
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Moving forward with Maplewood Mall
The city has  issued a Request for Proposals for $2.2 million in improvements to Germantown's Maplewood Mall. The Collaborative prepared a conceptual design for the mall in 20...
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More green for Mariposa, and we don't just mean kale!
Check out  University City Review's story, Mariposa sells local, healthy food to everyone, which shares good news about Mariposa's expanded community reach and economic impact...
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