Posts Tagged ‘Germantown’

Germantown Seminar Explores The Roles Of Developers & Community

Germantown Seminar Explores The Roles Of Developers & Community

June 5, 2014  |  Morning Blend

In Germantown and West Philly, locals demand more say in development; Penn to renovate building after $7.5 million gift; and Philly hotels highly appreciated in new review comparison > more

Altered Redevelopment Plans In Northwest Philly Elicit Backlash From Residents

Altered Redevelopment Plans In Northwest Philly Elicit Backlash From Residents

May 27, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Nolen Properties hears from critics to latest proposal, City’s collection of delinquent taxes improving, plans scrapped for a permanent Transfer Station in Manayunk, and 1900 Arch nearly complete > more

Park Officials Considering Re-Burying The President’s House After Years Of Leaks

Park Officials Considering Re-Burying The President’s House After Years Of Leaks

May 22, 2014  |  Morning Blend

The City still to make good on its promises to protect the site, two more community gardens to be preserved, Domus chosen for PHA apartment rehab, a South Philly civic expands, and a look at how Dilworth Plaza is coming along > more

Lush Spring Greens In Verdant East Germantown

Lush Spring Greens In Verdant East Germantown

May 21, 2014  |  Last Light

Awbury Arboretum may not carry the cachet or turnstile receipts of Morris Arboretum just up the hill, but as a large, free public space, it serves perhaps an even more important role to its Northwest Philadelphia neighbors. Brad Maule brings us these photos from the historic 55-acre grounds in East Germantown > more

School District Serious About Selling Properties, But Not Maintaining Them

School District Serious About Selling Properties, But Not Maintaining Them

May 8, 2014  |  Morning Blend

A federal study on mold deemed too expensive, Germantown High’s sale accelerated, lessons for bike share, and a northeast facility trades hands > more