Posts Tagged ‘Fishtown’

Archdiocese Reaches Agreement Of Sale For Historic Fishtown Church

Archdiocese Reaches Agreement Of Sale For Historic Fishtown Church

February 12, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Apartments coming to St. Laurentius, to previewing the NCC’s latest exhibit, watch group to patrol Schuylkill River Trail, a Navy Yard jobs update, and exploring an abandoned warehouse in the Northeast > more

Fishtown Residents Push Back Against Planned Church Demolition

Fishtown Residents Push Back Against Planned Church Demolition

February 11, 2016  |  News

Can the former East Montgomery Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church, for years a hub for artists and the community, be saved? Ryan Briggs reports > more

The People’s Square

The People’s Square

January 7, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Revisting Rittenhouse history, events space and hotel planned for the old Delaware power station, creatively masking vacancies on Head House Square, and 1700 Market trades again > more

More Losses On The Preservation Front & One Thing That Really Must Be Saved

More Losses On The Preservation Front & One Thing That Really Must Be Saved

December 17, 2015  |  Soapbox

The eleventh hour of our annual fundraising campaign is here and we are only two-thirds towards meeting our goal. Historic preservationist Aaron Wunsch calls Hidden City an indispensable, cultural resource covering Philadelphia's shifting built environment and explains why you should make a contribution today > more

Serendipity And Sustainability Take The Plunge At Thompson Bathhouse

Serendipity And Sustainability Take The Plunge At Thompson Bathhouse

December 10, 2015  |  News

Under the El at Girard, a couple sets out to turn an historic bathhouse into a progressive playspace for children. Co-editor Michael Bixler reports > more