Posts Tagged ‘demolition’

Demolition Of Tourison's Hall In Mt. Airy Begins

Demolition Of Tourison’s Hall In Mt. Airy Begins

May 28, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Century-old building in Mt. Airy being replaced with mixed use, Historical Commission committee stands for retention of neon lighting for PSFS Building, and advocating for more solar energy > more

At The Eleventh Hour, Seeking A New Accord At 40th & Pine

At The Eleventh Hour, Seeking A New Accord At 40th & Pine

May 14, 2015  |  Soapbox

Could a last-ditch effort at diplomacy between the University of Pennsylvania and the Woodland Terrace Homeowners Association save the John P. Levy House from demolition? Aaron Wunsch says it can and should be done, though it would take a touch more civic stewardship by the university and an even-keeled willingness to compromise by the neighborhood group > more

The Studio Craft Movement & Urban Revitalization

The Studio Craft Movement & Urban Revitalization

May 7, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Fifty years of American Studio Crafts in Philadelphia, derelict building demolition initiative announced, SEPTA and City remove trolley tracks, and touring St. Francis de Sales > more

A Look At Temple University's Demolition History

A Look At Temple University’s Demolition History

March 18, 2015  |  Vantage

Philadelphia preservationists have taken a wrecking ball to the gut in recent days, with the Boyd Theatre currently coming down and the fate of the legendary Blue Horizon sealed by the Philadelphia Historical Commission's choice to not designate its interior. Meanwhile, just up North Broad Street, Temple University is in the midst of a demolition spree, in some cases with no plans to replace what it's knocking down. Rachel Hildebrandt surveys what's been lost through almost 70 years of campus expansion > more

Burk Mansion Threatened Amidst Temple's Growth?

Burk Mansion Threatened Amidst Temple’s Growth?

March 17, 2015  |  News

Temple University has demolished six of the seven buildings it's owned on the 1500 block of North Broad Street in the past two years. Could the other, the 106-year-old Burk Mansion, be next? > more