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Historic Preservation in Philadelphia: New Tools for an Old City

By Seri Worden and Patrick Grossi In November 2019, Philadelphia Mayor James Kenney signed into law three new bills that remove barriers and incentivize historic preservation in one of our nation’s most historic cities. These bills will allow for a more flexible and supportive regulatory...

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Forum Webinar: National Treasures: Shaping the Future of Preservation

During last week’s Forum Webinar, representatives from three National Treasure projects discussed centering their preservation work on people. Ana Edwards reflected on her role at Shockoe Bottom , Gabriela Rosada talked about her experience in Little Havana , and Seri Worden gave insight into...

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Slide Deck: National Treasures: Shaping the Future of Preservation

This is the slide deck for the Forum Webinar "National Treasures: Shaping the Future of Preservation" which streamed live on June 12, 2018. #NationalTreasure #ShockoeBottom #HistoricPhiladelphia #LittleHavana

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National Treasures: Shaping the Future of Preservation (June 12, 2018 | Forum Webinar)

Sit in on a moderated discussion between three representatives of National Treasure projects Little Havana, Shockoe Bottom and Historic Neighborhoods of Philadelphia. Panelists will talk about how the goals and processes of their work are reflecting what preservation leaders from across the...

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Introducing the Historic Neighborhoods of Philadelphia National Treasure

The National Trust for Historic Preservation is thrilled to announce our newest National Treasure, the Historic Neighborhoods of Philadelphia. In this complex and deeply historic American city, the Trust is furthering our commitment to defining the role of older buildings and blocks in advancing...

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