Posts Tagged ‘City Hall’

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

Dilworth Park, On Balance

Dilworth Park, On Balance

September 16, 2014  |  Soapbox

The new Dilworth Park at City Hall has drawn a considerable amount of criticism since opening last week. Despite a few misgivings, Michael Bixler thinks that there may be a silver lining: inclusive, public appeal > more

Fresh From “Doomsday” Prognosticating, SEPTA Unveils Proposed Five-Year Plan

Fresh From “Doomsday” Prognosticating, SEPTA Unveils Proposed Five-Year Plan

May 21, 2014  |  Morning Blend

The quest for more and happier passengers, Chestnut Hillers anxious about municipal advertising contracts, rethinking the Moyamensing Avenue streetscape, warehouse conversion approved in NoLibs, and City Hall’s falcon chicks to be tracked > more

School District To Reportedly Unload Four Properties

School District To Reportedly Unload Four Properties

February 27, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Deals would net City less than half of promised funds, take 2 for Blumberg apartments in Sharswood, Calder’s depiction of William Penn, and Lancaster Square brings its namesake hope > more

William Penn's Piercing Headache

William Penn’s Piercing Headache

January 8, 2014  |  Harry K's Encyclopedia

Harry K. rides the wavelengths of Philadelphia's history with antennae, and along the way encounters what must have been a terrible headache for William Penn > more