Posts Tagged ‘Center City’

Stuck Inside Of Mt. Airy With The Center City Blues

Stuck Inside Of Mt. Airy With The Center City Blues

January 27, 2016  |  Vantage

There's nothing quite like the silent magic of the city during a full-on blizzard, is there? Daily co-editor Brad Maule spent most of this past weekend outside—half in Mt. Airy and Germantown, half in the Wissahickon—and came away with a slight yearning for Center City. Bring your snow shoes along for this photo essay > more

Marked Potential: Mercantile Library

Marked Potential: Mercantile Library

January 20, 2016  |  Marked Potential

If buildings could make distress signals the Mercantile Library on Chestnut Street would fill the ears of all in Center City. The once sleek, mid-century modern structure, vacant for 26 years, now sits in a state of slow decay. Interior architect Shila Griffith says the bones of the building are still strong and envisions a co-working space for medical industrial designers with this month's Marked Potential > more

Kenney's First Day Populism

Kenney’s First Day Populism

January 5, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Philly once again a sanctuary city, Center City parking by the numbers, Mormon Temple capped, and “tweeting cop” laments West Philly shootings > more

Abused, Neglected, But Not Forgotten: Top 10 Derelict Properties

Abused, Neglected, But Not Forgotten: Top 10 Derelict Properties

December 22, 2015  |  Developing Challenges, The Shadow Knows

Philadelphia erupted with real estate growth in 2015. Yet, some of the city's most noticeable properties remain ragged, empty and trapped in limbo. GroJLart has this year end survey of the city's top ten down-and-out buildings begging for redevelopment > more

Thomas Jefferson To Subsume Philadelphia University

Thomas Jefferson To Subsume Philadelphia University

December 18, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Schools in Center City and East Falls to merge, our neighbors to the north take note of Philly’s apartment market, piloting new lights in Center City, and a third Target for Center City > more