Posts Tagged ‘Adaptive Reuse’

City Hall Apron To Be Redone

City Hall Apron To Be Redone

September 17, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Improvements for Dilworth Park’s visual flow, more details on the Bridesburg land swap with Dietz and Watson, Philly Bike Share locations, and a “creative hub” in Brewerytown > more

An Antique Swimming Hole Under The El

An Antique Swimming Hole Under The El

September 15, 2014  |  The Shadow Knows

A public bath for five decades, this brick-arched beauty now houses a brush and broom manufacturer. The Shadow dives into the history of this sunken treasure under the El > more

Redevelopment In Fishtown Threatened By NIMBYs

Redevelopment In Fishtown Threatened By NIMBYs

September 15, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Samschick’s lynchpin draws the ire of the myopic, Two Liberty Place scraps hotel plan for condos, 30 more police for the Northeast, and some selective gentrification concern in Point Breeze > more

US Housing Secretary Tours Mantua Promise Zone

US Housing Secretary Tours Mantua Promise Zone

September 8, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Julián Castro comes to town, first American Salvation Army facility being shopped around, fundrasing for a new Columbus Square Park, and mysterious signage pops up in vacant South Philly Blatstein lot > more

Breathing Life Back Into Bromley

Breathing Life Back Into Bromley

September 5, 2014  |  News

Good news is afoot in Kensington. Construction is finally underway at Bromley Carpet Mill on Jasper Street. Michael Bixler has this story of perseverance and preservation > more