Posts Tagged ‘Columbus Boulevard’

The Thrill Is Gone: On Leaving The Waterfront Behind

The Thrill Is Gone: On Leaving The Waterfront Behind

August 1, 2017  |  Harry K's Encyclopedia

Harry K. says goodbye to his longtime home on the Delaware River to resettle in the wilds of the Philadelphia suburbs. As he leaves he turns a wary eye to the new Penn's Landing plan after watching two decades of grand waterfront proposals go down the drain > more

Historic Designation For Suffragette Meeting House In Somerton

Historic Designation For Suffragette Meeting House In Somerton

October 14, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Victorian farmhouse designated nationally historic, reuse likely for Loudoun Mansion, NGT maps out path to protect 28 more gardens, House of Corrections in need of more space, a photography exhibit at the Barnes, and the marketing gimmick of renaming Columbus Boulevard > more

Snøhetta Releases Renderings Of New Temple Library

Snøhetta Releases Renderings Of New Temple Library

January 26, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Snøhetta releases plans for Temple’s state-of-the-art library, Blatstein eyes mixed-use complex for Foxwoods parcel, Historic Fair Hill burial ground to expand programming, and how one civic is cracking down on illegal trash dumping > more

Kenney Talks Commercial Development

Kenney Talks Commercial Development

December 10, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Mayor-elect previews economic development policy, honoring South Philly paratroopers on Columbus Boulevard, unsanitary conditions throughout school district facilities, and a land bank FAQ > more

Creative Reciprocity On Display On Lancaster Ave

Creative Reciprocity On Display On Lancaster Ave

November 13, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Neighborhood Time Exchange exhibit opening today, more turning opportunities off Columbus, the 6th annual Philly Photo Day, stormwater management in Bustleton, and Live! Casino announces agreements with community > more