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July 2nd, 2020

Second Round of Design Grants 2020

Our 2nd Round of Design Grantees Have Been Awarded

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Expanding a safe haven for women and children
Good news this week from service grant recipient Women Against Abuse. Women Against Abuse is set to complete a $3 million renovation and expansion project for its transitional...
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rStore: Revitalizing Torresdale Avenue in Tacony
Kathy Dethier is Chair of the Department of Design at the Moore College of Art and Design. We were delighted when she spent part of her “summer vacation” last year consulting...
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Putting the green back in Bainbridge Green
The Collaborative is working with Friends of Bainbridge Green on a conceptual design for the stretch of Bainbridge Street between 3rd and 5th Streets.  Originally home to a...
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Joyce Smith, Viola Street, a plan for reclaiming blocks
When you walk down the 4200 block of Viola Street in East Parkside, it’s clear that residents are taking care of the block. The street and sidewalks are clean, there’s a thriving...
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Celebrating with Logan CDC
Last week, Logan Community Development Corporation announced a $100,000 planning grant from the Wells Fargo Regional Foundation and were received with warm sunshine and rounds of...
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Meet Our Clients: Amy Hirsch of CLS
The former North Philadelphia Law Center of the Community Legal Services (CLS) had only a handful of offices with windows, desks in the hallway, a series of floods, and even a few...
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Cutting the Ribbon to a Renewed Neighborhood Park
We always love a ribbon cutting! In 2009, the Collaborative worked with the Wissahickon Neighbors Civic Association on a conceptual plan to renovate its underutilized...
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Continuous and Connective: A vision for the City Branch
The City Branch is the underground cousin of the Reading Terminal Viaduct. Branching off from the viaduct at Noble and 13th Street, it chugs westwards with a dramatic dip under...
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Spring Crop: Six New Service Grants
A “destination” public park seeking still more games, gardening, and gatherings;  the playground of a school saved from closure by its strong parent-advocates, and a future...
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