Posts Tagged ‘Frank Furness’

Stay Of Execution For Furness Church On 47th

Stay Of Execution For Furness Church On 47th

August 20, 2014  |  Buzz

The West Philadelphia Church, designed by the firm of Frank Furness, was feared lost this June. But a concerted effort to save it has paid off, sources say > more

End Of The Road For Atonement (UPDATED)

End Of The Road For Atonement (UPDATED)

June 10, 2014  |  News

The 114-year-old Church of the Atonement at 47th & Kingsessing in West/Southwest Philadelphia appears to be on its death bed, as still-unconfirmed signs of demolition close in on the Furness & Evans church > more

The Floating Church And Its Successors Along The Delaware

The Floating Church And Its Successors Along The Delaware

February 21, 2014  |  Harry K's Encyclopedia

Harry K's beloved riverfront has two sides, don't ya know. And once upon a time, in the mid-19th Century, a church boat—an actual church, built on a seafaring vessel—trawled both sides of it, before being moved to firm ground in Camden. This Harry K Encyclopedia entry examines the legendary Floating Church of the Redeemer > more

Long In Limbo, Renovation Now Likely At Lincoln Building

Long In Limbo, Renovation Now Likely At Lincoln Building

November 15, 2013  |  News

After years of legal wrangling following a 2006 fire, renovation is finally beginning on the Wash West landmark. Christopher Mote unravels the story of law suits, fraud claims, and rulings by a special rabbinical court > more

Tracing The 'Chinese Wall' In Center City

Tracing The ‘Chinese Wall’ In Center City

October 2, 2013  |  Vantage

Center City's highrise corridor is, relative to Philadelphia's 17th century origins, very young. Shadowbat turns back pages and goes underground to find the Pennsylvania Railroad's "Chinese Wall" foundations between Broad Street and 30th Street Station > more