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Phase One Of Initiative To Demolish Abandoned Homes In Camden, NJ Begins

Phase I includes knocking down three houses in the Cramer Hill section of the city and 61 in Whitman Park.


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Demolition Set To Get Underway In Old City To Make Room For Apartment Complex

Demolition of seven structures is about to get underway to make room for a $20-million mix-use apartment complex at 3rd and Market Streets in Old City.


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Philadelphia City Council Takes On Demolitions

City Council has another hearing scheduled Thursday afternoon on its plan to overhaul how demolitions are carried out in Philadelphia, and some differences exist among the lawmakers on a few proposals.


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Seaside Boardwalk Fire Demolition Expected To Be Complete By December

Heavy equipment is hard at work tearing down and scooping up the charred remnants of a Sept. 12 fire that burned more than four blocks of boardwalk in Seaside Heights and Seaside Park.


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Firm To Get $4.7M To Clean Up Seaside Park Boardwalk Fire

Demolition and cleanup work is set to begin this week along a Jersey shore boardwalk where a fire destroyed dozens of businesses.


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Demolition Begins On House Washed Into Barnegat Bay By Superstorm Sandy

Before Superstorm Sandy roared ashore on October 29, 2012, a two-story, cedar shake house – owned by the same family for decades – had a perfect view of Barnegat Bay in Mantoloking.


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North Philadelphia Residents Oppose Monastery Demolition

Some North Philadelphia neighbors say they’re sad about a demolition project on their block.


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Spectrum Down To Its Final Hours

The Spectrum is down to its final hours. At noon on Tuesday, demolition will begin on the iconic South Philadelphia arena, ending an era in Philadelphia sports history.


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Huge Turnout For Spectrum Sale

The Spectrum has a date with the wrecking ball in its future, but fans had the opportunity to say goodbye to a Philadelphia landmark one last time.