Posts Tagged ‘Dilworth Plaza’

A Monumental Shift At Dilworth Park

A Monumental Shift At Dilworth Park

October 24, 2014  |  Vantage

Olin's design for Dilworth Park gives Philadelphia what it has long struggled for: a suitably grand approach to the monumental City Hall, says Hidden City co-editor Nathaniel Popkin. Here's his review of the park, now essentially complete > more

PWD Launches Bundled Grant Program For Stormwater Management

PWD Launches Bundled Grant Program For Stormwater Management

July 18, 2014  |  Morning Blend

New policy assuages grant process for applicants, mandatory signs for construction and demo projects, Old City skyscraper tries again, micro-grants for Germantown, and the latest on Dilworth Plaza > more

Park Officials Considering Re-Burying The President’s House After Years Of Leaks

Park Officials Considering Re-Burying The President’s House After Years Of Leaks

May 22, 2014  |  Morning Blend

The City still to make good on its promises to protect the site, two more community gardens to be preserved, Domus chosen for PHA apartment rehab, a South Philly civic expands, and a look at how Dilworth Plaza is coming along > more

On Vincent Kling, 1916–2013

On Vincent Kling, 1916–2013

January 13, 2014  |  Vantage

While Ed Bacon has earned his place as a household name in the lineage of Philadelphia's built environment, an awful lot of that came filtered through the desk of Vincent G. Kling, who quietly passed away a month and a half ago. Brad Maule looks back at what he's left Philadelphia > more

Delays & Unexpected Costs At Dilworth Plaza

Delays & Unexpected Costs At Dilworth Plaza

December 3, 2013  |  Morning Blend

City Hall's public plaza not to be unveiled until the end of next summer, a look ahead to Temple's next master plan, the high costs and low returns with another casino, and millenials explore their city > more