Posts Tagged ‘Adaptive Reuse’

The Stud(ebaker) Of North Broad

The Stud(ebaker) Of North Broad

May 11, 2015  |  The Shadow Knows

From manufacturing cars to building the future of Philadelphia's youth, the old Studebaker Building at 800 North Broad Street has kept pace with the changing times. The Shadow takes a look under the hood of this throwback from the days of Automobile Row > more

A Slim And Sturdy Survivor On Race Street

A Slim And Sturdy Survivor On Race Street

April 27, 2015  |  The Shadow Knows

The attractively slender, condo-converted factory at Race and Orianna Streets is a testament to resilience. Multiple industrial renovations, fire, and prolonged vacancy has kept the former Saxe Paper Company building on its toes for over a century. The Shadow gives us a nickel tour inside this brick beauty's history > more

The City Of Neighborhoods, For Better Or Worse

The City Of Neighborhoods, For Better Or Worse

April 17, 2015  |  Morning Blend

A look at the decentralized state of affairs in Center City, Live Nation announces plans for reuse of Fishtown factory, and distressed parkers fight South Philly proposal > more

A Preservation Win & (Probable) Loss For Fishtown

A Preservation Win & (Probable) Loss For Fishtown

April 6, 2015  |  Morning Blend

El-side banks to be redeveloped by Onion Flats, Core Realty wants to demolish the Edward Corner Building, The Palmer to open next month, and some examples of surprising wildlife in Philly > more

Temple Planning Major Re-landscaping Of Main Campus

Temple Planning Major Re-landscaping Of Main Campus

April 1, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Temple to redo walkways, Knight names new round of grantees, a petition for zoning changes for a Furness church, and a century of the Italian Market > more