Posts Tagged ‘East Falls’

Train Derailment In Port Richmond

Train Derailment In Port Richmond

April 9, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Three train cars derail in the Northeast, what the East Falls Development Corporation knows now about façade improvements, a proposal for “urban experiential displays,” and ten years with Citizens Bank Park > more

Train Carrying Crude Derails Over Schuylkill

Train Carrying Crude Derails Over Schuylkill

January 20, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Seven train cars derailed early this morning on the Schuylkill Arsenal Railroad Bridge, located just south of the South Street bridge. Six of the cars were carrying crude oil. Although no spills were reported, there are growing concerns about transporting crude oil through Philadelphia's densely populated downtown > more

Nutter Boosting Philly In Old Imperial Capital

Nutter Boosting Philly In Old Imperial Capital

November 6, 2013  |  Morning Blend

In London, the Mayor touts the turnaround of Philadelphia; worry over the soil integrity at an East Falls construction site; Temple officially expresses an interest in purchase of William Penn High; a preservation law symposium in University City; and what gentrification may be doing to the region’s income inequalities > more

The Return Of The Hohenadel Name To East Falls

The Return Of The Hohenadel Name To East Falls

October 22, 2013  |  Morning Blend

Two projects connected to a nineteenth century brewery in the works, 3601 Market to break ground next month, why we need to rid ourselves of the “Delaware Valley,” looking back at the Society Hill HQ of the Episcopal Diocese, and more tactile urbanism in West Philly > more

Garces To Reopen Old Original Bookbinder's

Garces To Reopen Old Original Bookbinder’s

October 11, 2013  |  Morning Blend

Legendary Old City establishment to resume business under Jose Garces, Constitution Center showcases the best of photojournalism, Central and Masterman libraries to reopen, issue-based RCOs' fight for survival, and the future of urban design at PhillyU > more