Posts Tagged ‘Germantown’

Committee Approves 3D Signage For Center City

Committee Approves 3D Signage For Center City

February 25, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Council counters Planning Commission’s recommendation, a petition to save and redevelop the Germantown YWCA, connecting communities in West and North Philly, and more cultural grants this year > more

Inquirer Investigation Suggests L&I Reforms Are Not Happening

Inquirer Investigation Suggests L&I Reforms Are Not Happening

February 23, 2015  |  Morning Blend

An “illegal demolition” in Fairmount, artists as economic drivers, admiring an Italian bank in South Philly, and esoteric street names explained > more

Nearly $1 Million In Improvements Coming To Vernon Park This Summer

Nearly $1 Million In Improvements Coming To Vernon Park This Summer

February 20, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Friends of Vernon Park present details, Clarke’s bid for city charter modifications as “too much, too soon,” the Temple effect, and a look at Philadelphia’s deficient bridge network > more

Fate Of Germantown YWCA Still Uncertain

Fate Of Germantown YWCA Still Uncertain

February 10, 2015  |  Morning Blend

A community meeting discusses the status of building’s sought redevelopment, PHA demand exceeds inventory, the state of arts funding in Philly, and apartment complex sold on Stenton Ave > more

Fearing Demolition, Community Advocates Of Germantown YWCA Call For Emergency Meeting

Fearing Demolition, Community Advocates Of Germantown YWCA Call For Emergency Meeting

January 21, 2015  |  News

A proposal by Mission First Housing Group to reuse the Germantown YWCA for low-income senior housing was officially rejected yesterday by the Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority. Amid fears that the building may now be threatened with demolition, local residents will hold a public emergency meeting this Thursday night to air concerns and get more information from the developers and City officials. Hidden City co-editor Michael Bixler has the details > more