Posts Tagged ‘Germantown’

Nutter & Clarke Reach LOVE Park Design & Funding Compromise

Nutter & Clarke Reach LOVE Park Design & Funding Compromise

February 11, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Less restaurants and less tax-based funds for LOVE Park renovations, Washington West seen as eventual mixed-use hub, the last look of Penn’s unwanted Victorian mansions, Weinstein goes non-union for Germantown project, and Trenton China Pottery moves along > more

Local Casino Chairmen Say Second License Would Be Self-Defeating

Local Casino Chairmen Say Second License Would Be Self-Defeating

January 31, 2014  |  Morning Blend

SugarHouse’s Neil Bluhm flies in from Chicago, DeSimone proposes lotless car dealership in NoLibs, report urges a refocus in taxation, Philly’s hidden libraries, and residents won’t get their police mini-station in Germantown > more

New Book Celebrates Germantown Avenue Congregations

New Book Celebrates Germantown Avenue Congregations

January 29, 2014  |  Vantage

As readers of the Hidden City Daily know all too well, longtime houses of worship often struggle to survive. But some, including many along Germantown Avenue, have found ways to adapt—and reuse old, nondenominational spaces. Rachel Hildebrandt sits down with Katie Day, author of a new book about this very phenomenon > more

Philly's Pain, Raleigh's Gain

Philly’s Pain, Raleigh’s Gain

January 29, 2014  |  Buzz

The stained glass and Stations of the Cross that framed the experience for many a Catholic in Kensington and Germantown are heading south—for good. Chris Mote reports on the relocation of iconography from two shuttered Philadelphia churches > more

Unable To Supplant Owner, L&I Maintains Historic Germantown Home

Unable To Supplant Owner, L&I Maintains Historic Germantown Home

October 29, 2013  |  Morning Blend

Spite-blight in Germantown, land bank bill (with some superfluous oversight added) moving along, The Granary sold, and Philadelphians’ commute by the numbers > more