Posts Tagged ‘Drexel University’

The 30th Street District Plan Is Attractive, Ambitious, And Complicated

The 30th Street District Plan Is Attractive, Ambitious, And Complicated

February 9, 2015  |  Developing Challenges, News

The partners of the 30th Street District have compelling plans for the area surrounding the busy transportation hub. Still in the infant stages of planning, transforming the area into a lively, active space is rife with challenges. Steve Stofka lends the situation an urbanist's eye and maps out the complicated road ahead > more

In Mantua, “All Things Considered”

In Mantua, “All Things Considered”

January 30, 2015  |  Morning Blend

A look at gentrification anxiety in West Philadelphia, Jim Kenney’s planning chops, Philly market good for millennials, and the City seeks feedback for revised website > more

Washington Ave’s Antiquated Zoning Stymies Development

Washington Ave’s Antiquated Zoning Stymies Development

January 27, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Supermarket beats proposed development, Drexel set to demolish UCHS, photography in Mt. Airy, and CDCs might return to days of more tax credits > more

Snøhetta To Bring Innovative Library Design To North Philly

Snøhetta To Bring Innovative Library Design To North Philly

December 11, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Temple unveils library design, the prosaic redevelopment of North Central, community discusses UC High’s future, and boosting the Flying Saucer > more

Councilman Clarke Pushes For Department of Planning And Development

Councilman Clarke Pushes For Department of Planning And Development

December 10, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Bill would create a cabinet-level department of planning and development, anticipating a residential revival along West Washington Avenue, Drexel student irked at Fry’s priorities, and a community meeting for LOVE Park redesign > more