Posts Tagged ‘Germantown’

In Loft District, Upcoming Restaurant Aims To Bolster A Sense Of Community

In Loft District, Upcoming Restaurant Aims To Bolster A Sense Of Community

August 19, 2014  |  Morning Blend

The Brick & Mortar of a neighborhood, former leaders talk about closed transitional living program, expert says housing boom imminent, Convention Center labor agreement doing the trick, and inside Think Brownstone’s new Center City office > more

Loft Conversion Proposal Needs Parking, Says Northern Liberties Zoning Board

Loft Conversion Proposal Needs Parking, Says Northern Liberties Zoning Board

August 5, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Fears of further clogging NoLibs’ streets, a local historian’s mission to reach greater audiences, theft and vandalism for Germantown Ave beautification effort, connecting public art with public health, and going exploring African American agriculture > more

Researchers: World Trade Center Ship Built In Pre-Revolutionary Philly

Researchers: World Trade Center Ship Built In Pre-Revolutionary Philly

July 31, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Manhattan sloop said to be constructed from similar timber of Independence Hall, Comcast looking for temporary solution to office space shortage, City to get better neighborhood data, minimizing the impact of methdone clinics, and the Queen Lane Apartments well on their way to demolition > more

PWD Launches Bundled Grant Program For Stormwater Management

PWD Launches Bundled Grant Program For Stormwater Management

July 18, 2014  |  Morning Blend

New policy assuages grant process for applicants, mandatory signs for construction and demo projects, Old City skyscraper tries again, micro-grants for Germantown, and the latest on Dilworth Plaza > more

“Symbiosis” On The Parkway

June 13, 2014  |  Morning Blend

New public art installation unveiled, responsible rain water usage at Schuylkill Center, two years of “iMPeRFeCT” art in Germantown, and Fattah pushes to rename 30th Street Station > more