Posts Tagged ‘Callowhill’

How Philly Fares In The National Transit Study

How Philly Fares In The National Transit Study

March 13, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Why the Broad Street Line is an underestimated asset, fostering community one elevator ride at a time in Callowhill, Post Bros. positioned for City Ave reuse project, and nerdom made official on North 3rd > more

Rock & Roll For Rail For Real

Rock & Roll For Rail For Real

December 3, 2013  |  Buzz

A killer lineup at tomorrow's fundraiser concert for the Friends of the Rail Park aims to take the group one step closer to Phase One of the makeover of the former Reading Railroad trestle > more

Assumption Ruling Keeps Legal Wheels Turning

Assumption Ruling Keeps Legal Wheels Turning

November 21, 2013  |  Buzz

The latest ruling pushes the case back to the Court of Common Pleas. Owner John Wei may have to submit a new hardship argument to be allowed to demolish the monumental church > more

Mega Feast On Mini Pearl Street

Mega Feast On Mini Pearl Street

September 30, 2013  |  Last Light

A block party on Pearl Street this past Saturday turned the tiny throughway into a colorful community space, if only for a day. It was a big step toward recognizing the long term goal of making it an asset for the Callowhill/Chinatown North/Loft Distict neighborhood > more

Art Museum Fountain Springs To Life Once Again

Art Museum Fountain Springs To Life Once Again

September 12, 2013  |  Morning Blend

Fountain of the Seahorses restored, as is select features of Rittenhouse Square, Wendy’s a definite for Bunting House site in Roxborough, The Friends of the Rail Park fundraising this weekend, and videographic proof that Philly isn’t ugly > more