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Links Roundup: Bankroll Auction, The Mutter, SEPTA Crashes & More

News you may have missed this week.

It doesn’t look like Bankroll is going to reopen this fall as everything is up for auction. [The Inquirer]

A SEPTA bus crashed into the building next to Joybird on Walnut, making it the 4th crash this week. Sorry, another crash happened on Thursday making it 5. [Philly ChitChat, 6ABC, Billy Penn]

This is why we won’t see office buildings converted into residences anytime soon. [The Inquirer]

However, developer Alterra is looking to convert 1701 Market into 325 apartments. [Philadelphia Business Journal]

The battle continues over the future of the Mutter Museum. [Washington Post]

Twenty weeks, twenty stories: A Q&A with Spice Finch’s chef Mike Brenfleck. [Center City District]

A raccoon went looking for its luggage at the airport. [TaRhondaThomas]

A TikTok about a Philly neighborhood up for sale – for a cool $7M too – went viral. [findusinphilly]