Posts Tagged ‘Drexel University’

City Hires Lawyer To Fight Federal Lawsuit Against PGW Lien Policy

City Hires Lawyer To Fight Federal Lawsuit Against PGW Lien Policy

August 15, 2014  |  Morning Blend

What happens when tenants steal their last month’s gas, CDR approves The Study in UCity, Artisan Lofts developer Q&A, ZBA approves 10 homes for NoLibs, and woodworking in the Northwest > more

Sale Of Bok And Vare Schools Likely Imminent

Sale Of Bok And Vare Schools Likely Imminent

August 7, 2014  |  Morning Blend

The School District employs strategic language in sale of school buildings, Nutter talks to NYC paper about Philly’s bid for 2016 Democratic Convention, the end of the University City High garden, sustainable Philly to be studied by international students, and the Boulevard to be repaved > more

Plan To Revitalize Kensington North Of Lehigh Approved

Plan To Revitalize Kensington North Of Lehigh Approved

July 24, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Planning Commission likes what it sees from New Kensington CDC, Philadelphia’s building boom as complimentary across varying sectors, renovating affordable commercial properties in North Philly, and INHP and the economic multiplier effect > more

Germantown Seminar Explores The Roles Of Developers & Community

Germantown Seminar Explores The Roles Of Developers & Community

June 5, 2014  |  Morning Blend

In Germantown and West Philly, locals demand more say in development; Penn to renovate building after $7.5 million gift; and Philly hotels highly appreciated in new review comparison > more

The More Philly’s Population Changes, The More Its Politicians Stay The Same

The More Philly’s Population Changes, The More Its Politicians Stay The Same

May 29, 2014  |  Morning Blend

A call for returning the civic fundamentals, Planning Commission approves Drexel apartment tower, Mantua residents discuss Promise Zone possibilities, Amtrak preparing for 30th Street’s future, and no Philly Olympics in ‘24 > more