Posts Tagged ‘Delaware River’

Touring The Divine Lorraine

Touring The Divine Lorraine

April 21, 2016  |  Morning Blend

A tour of the renovations inside the Divine Lorraine, bank building in Roxoborugh deemed historic, 900 trees being planted this weekend, RiverLink Ferry trades hands, and Temple breaks ground on new library > more

The Life And Death Of Callowhill

The Life And Death Of Callowhill

February 10, 2016  |  Harry K's Encyclopedia

Callowhill Street is now a two-way from 2nd Street to Columbus Boulevard, changing the one-way east-heading regulation that has been in place since I-95 was built. Harry K connects the new ordinance with the salty history and sad ending of the surrounding neighborhood > more

The People’s Square

The People’s Square

January 7, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Revisting Rittenhouse history, events space and hotel planned for the old Delaware power station, creatively masking vacancies on Head House Square, and 1700 Market trades again > more

The Mansion That Locomotives Built

The Mansion That Locomotives Built

December 14, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Appreciating North Broad’s Baird, Rendell talks port expansion, Philly’s most economically diverse neighborhoods, and West Philly block now honors pastor > more

Council Broaches Eminent Domain For Delaware River Trail

Council Broaches Eminent Domain For Delaware River Trail

December 11, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Council okays riverfront trail acquisition, neighbors still not thrilled with mixed-use by Pat’s Steaks, renderings unveiled for potential reuse on North Broad, a look at Centennial Village’s groundbreaking > more