Philly urban growth and design trends we want to take into 2020
That’s it, the better part of a decade is in the books for PlanPhilly. Another year of reporting from City Hall and city streets, enduring interminable council meetings, translating governmental jargon, and giving you the news shaping growth in our city’s neighborhoods.
But to cap it all off, we wanted to try something a little different.
Three hundred sixty-four days of the year, we try our best to report on all different perspectives when it comes to urban planning and development. But in this magical moment of resolutions and good tidings, we want to give you some of our own unvarnished opinions about what’s working and what’s not.
The following is a thoughtful list of trends, some encouraging, others troubling, we reported on over the past year. The list encompasses the stuff we hope to see more of in 2020 and that which we hope to bid goodbye.