Posts Tagged ‘Brewerytown’

Dual Five-Story Projects Signify Brewerytown's Evolution

Dual Five-Story Projects Signify Brewerytown’s Evolution

March 21, 2014  |  News

In Brewerytown, two new five-story projects across Girard Avenue from each other aim to 'make a statement.' Brad Maule previews the Braverman Building and Girard27 > more

Superstructure At 33rd In Thirds

Superstructure At 33rd In Thirds

September 13, 2013  |  Vantage

Little fanfare accompanies the short trek between Fairmount Park's East Park and Lemon Hill sections, but under your feet (or tires), the 33rd Street superstructure, including an unusual brick skew arch tunnel, is still doing the job it was created to do at the turn of the 20th Century > more

City Asking For Bike Share Station Sponsors

City Asking For Bike Share Station Sponsors

August 29, 2013  |  Morning Blend

A look at the funding strategy for Philly’s approaching Bike Share program, ZBA allows for time for additional traffic studies for proposed Whole Foods-anchored complex, Penn’s new South Tower to provide space for outpatient procedures, and a peek inside an abandoned 1990s brewery > more

Into The Afterlife At Church Of The Covenant

Into The Afterlife At Church Of The Covenant

August 2, 2013  |  Buzz

An 1888 church in Brewerytown this week begins its transformation into a 2014 apartment complex. Brad Maule reports on the latest at St. Augustine Church of the Covenant > more

Praisin' The Trane

Praisin’ The Trane

July 17, 2013  |  Buzz

Though he's been gone nearly 50 years, John Coltrane's legacy has never been larger in his adopted hometown. Two events, one this week in Brewerytown and one next month at IHouse, help to maintain his profile—and preserve his home > more