Posts Tagged ‘Frank Furness’

Mister 1801 Of Delancey Place

Mister 1801 Of Delancey Place

July 8, 2015  |  Vantage

Philadelphia leads the nation in off beat residential window displays. In neighborhoods like East Passyunk and Point Breeze it is almost a requirement, be it a quirky collection of ceramic dolphins and family photos, Beanie Babies, religious iconography, or Phillies memorabilia and the family pet. One such display on Delancey Place in Rittenhouse Square stops pedestrians square in their tracks with a bronze gladiator statue and an endearing commitment to wit. Hidden City contributor Karen Chernick takes a peek behind the bay window to give us the story of Mister 1801 > more

Temple Planning Major Re-landscaping Of Main Campus

Temple Planning Major Re-landscaping Of Main Campus

April 1, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Temple to redo walkways, Knight names new round of grantees, a petition for zoning changes for a Furness church, and a century of the Italian Market > more

Century-Old Ghost Sign Uncovered In Port Richmond

Century-Old Ghost Sign Uncovered In Port Richmond

March 31, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Kolb Bakery advertisement found behind wall in Port Richmond, messianic architecture on South Broad, Bloomingdale’s interested in Liberty Place location, and a new public space at Lea School > more

A Lost Furness Chapel And The Stories It Tells

A Lost Furness Chapel And The Stories It Tells

October 27, 2014  |  Walk the Walk

An obscure Frank Furness gem sits vacant and unused in Mount Sinai Cemetery in Frankford. Joe Brin has the details of this Moorish discovery and thoughts on Furness, preservation, and urban development > more

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