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October 25th, 2017

Opening Doors for Development in Southwest Philly

A conceptual design for affordable housing has received positive feedback and is taking Southwest CDC in new directions.

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Transforming Neumann Goretti High School
See Neumann Goretti High School - before and after - and hear the story of its transformation from school leaders, students, and our volunteers in this video. Neumann Goretti...
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Alice K. Berman, AIA Receives Alan Greenberger Award
Were were pleased to present the 2017 Alan Greenberger Award to Alice K. Berman, AIA. This annual award recognizes Community Design Collaborative leaders for their commitment and...
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Third Round of Design Grants for 2017
The Community Design Collaborative is proud to announce its newest Design Grants and nonprofit partners! The Collaborative will work with South Philadelphia’s  East Passyunk...
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Envisioning a Community Visitor's Center
A design grant to Friends of Laurel Hill Cemetery resulted in plans for a visitor's center that can meet the needs of the community too. Laurel Hill Cemetery, established in 183...
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Corridor Realities 2017 Recap
Public health, preservation, and place-keeping were the timely topics of this year's Corridor Realities. Every two years, the Community Design Collaborative and Philadelphia...
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The little library that could
For Park(ing) Day Philadelphia 2017, the Community Design Collaborative transformed its parking space into a pop-up lending library.  The library brought in a steady stream of...
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Our 2017 Community Design Award Winner
Frankford CDC and a multi-faceted team of volunteer design professionals received the Collaborative’s Community Design Award. Their objective was to tame the chaotic, five-point...
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Opening Doors for Development in Southwest Philly
In August 2016, The Collaborative wrapped up a Design Grant with the Southwest Community Development Corporation (SWCDC) to support the organization’s first foray into affordable...
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Creating more space for peace and social justice
Friends Center, located at 15th and Cherry Streets in Center City Philadelphia, has been both a communal and administrative space for the Quaker community since 1856. Today,...
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