Posts Tagged ‘Germantown’

Another Apartment Tower Announced For East Market

Another Apartment Tower Announced For East Market

August 25, 2016  |  Morning Blend

DC-based company envisions 21-story tower at 1199 Ludlow, Logan neighborhood plan approved, Philly’s love and hate relationship with Dîner en Blanc, and new law to make recreation spaces more inclusive > more

Philly’s Love Affair With The Palladian Window

Philly’s Love Affair With The Palladian Window

August 10, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Renaissance architecture in Philly, no time or money for archaeological curiosities at Market Street development, new windows for Germantown apartment towers, School District to have property values reassessed, and ground broken for South Philly senior living facility > more

Redevelopment Authority To Request Proposals For Germantown Y Reuse

Redevelopment Authority To Request Proposals For Germantown Y Reuse

July 18, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Gutted building finally to be redeveloped, South Philly warehouse on its way to becoming self-storage center, group touts Tacony waterfront park as national model, and checking in on Manayunk’s Isle Apartments project > more

Art Commission OKs Maplewood Mall, Waits On Holocaust Memorial

Art Commission OKs Maplewood Mall, Waits On Holocaust Memorial

June 10, 2016  |  Morning Blend

The imperative of consensus in plaza redesigns, Temple to break ground on health facility, and Kenney talks recreational space at K&T trail ground breaking > more

Saving Room For Arts & Culture

Saving Room For Arts & Culture

April 5, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Why Philly needs a culture plan, Chelten-Greene Plaza renovations coming next year, mining SEPTA’s capital budget for fiscal 2017, another 15 miles of trail in store for The Circuit, and a look at a Catholic pilgrimage site Germantown > more