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Collaborative Receives GSK IMPACT Award
The Community Design Collaborative was honored to accept a GSK IMPACT Award on December 2 from GlaxoSmithKline (GSK). We’re one of nine local nonprofits who earned $40,000...
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Soak It Up! Goes to City Hall
Infill Philadelphia: Soak It Up! will be on display at City Hall from October 7 through December 7, 2013. Green City, Clean Waters, Philadelphia’s innovative 25-year...
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Kensington Kinetic Sculpture Derby 2012
We recently had the opportunity to participate in the sixth annual Kensington Kinetic Sculpture Derby (KKSD) which took place this year on Saturday the 19th of May. The KKSD...
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Step Up to the GSK $10K Challenge
The Community Design Collaborative will be the proud recipient of a GSK IMPACT Award today. The award honors our contribution to a healthier Philadelphia. As a bonus, we’re...
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Soak It Up! Webinar on April 4
Explore green stormwater infrastructure, right at your desk! EPA will feature the winning teams and organizers of the Infill Philadelphia; Soak It Up! Design Competition in...
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Citywide Storefront Challenge Proves “Good Design is Good Business”
The Community Design Collaborative and the City of Philadelphia’s Commerce Department recently hosted the Citywide Storefront Challenge, an awards program  recognizing...
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EPA Briefing: A chance to connect it all together
  The Collaborative participated in a briefing for Bob Perciasepe, U. S. EPA Deputy Administrator, hosted by EPA's Mid-Atlantic Region on January 21. Our stop on the briefing...
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Citywide Storefront Challenge: Call for Nominations
Know a recently-rebooted storefront that deserves recognition? Nominate it for the Citywide Storefront Challenge, an awards program for outstanding storefront facade...
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Announcing Philly's First Storefront Challenge!
Have you recently seen a storefront turn from eyesore to eye-catching? The Community Design Collaborative and the City of Philadelphia Commerce Department are looking for...
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