Posts Tagged ‘Darrell Clarke’

Spotty Development In Francisville

Spotty Development In Francisville

June 26, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Lower than necessary density development along North 16th, East Falls residents responsible for mending wall, Temple’s plans for William Penn High, and Tetris on the Cira Centre sets record > more

The Heroism Of Full Coverage On The Parkway

The Heroism Of Full Coverage On The Parkway

June 24, 2014  |  Morning Blend

How one artist merged Art Deco with corporate identity, perhaps an explanation for Clarke's selective affinity towards development, PIDC gets $38 million from Treasury Department, and economic development in the Northwest > more

Altered Convention Center Work Rules Getting Results

Altered Convention Center Work Rules Getting Results

June 11, 2014  |  Morning Blend

American Industrial Hygiene Association coming back after a decade, residents upset about Kenworthy House demolition plans, Clarke and Hite spar over school monies, Lit Brothers gets its digital sign, and cleaner streets in Newbold > more

Clarke Announces “Bold” Plan To Slow Gentrification

Clarke Announces “Bold” Plan To Slow Gentrification

March 18, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Mayoral hopeful introduces his vision for more affordable housing units, Church of the Advocate hosts anti-gentrification meetings, casino applicant offers to purchase old Food Distribution Center lot, and offices for sale on South 11th > more

Future Of American Street Hinges On Soko Lofts Parcel, Now For Sale

Future Of American Street Hinges On Soko Lofts Parcel, Now For Sale

February 27, 2014  |  Developing Challenges, News

How did Soko Lofts grow from 160 units to 320 to possibly 600? And what will happen to the parcel now that the developer has put it for sale? Aaron Kase looks for answers to these questions in this second part of our series on the future of South Kensington > more