Posts Tagged ‘Graduate Hospital’

First District Land Auction Exceeds Expectations

First District Land Auction Exceeds Expectations

June 15, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Squilla land auction generally successful, creative brickwork on Girard Avenue, and YWCA-to-apartments in G-Ho > more

What Will Bring Shoppers Back To East Market?

What Will Bring Shoppers Back To East Market?

March 9, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Reviewing the perpetual dilemma that is East Market Street, revealing cognitive cartography in Graduate Hospital, more money for Philly’s parks and streets, and the “yawning chasm” of the Cohocksink Sewer > more

No Postage Necessary At Station D

No Postage Necessary At Station D

February 2, 2015  |  The Shadow Knows

Station D, once a bustling mail carrier hub for Southwest Philadelphia's growing 19th century manufacturing district, now spends its days as condominiums. The Shadow sends us down the pneumatic tubes of this former postal office on Christian Street > more

City For Families? Millennial Parents Say So

City For Families? Millennial Parents Say So

October 28, 2014  |  Vantage

If schools are a key to retaining families, what is Philadelphia to do? Quite a lot, says David Feldman, who takes us inside the parent and community-led movement to invest in ten public elementary schools > more

Henon Moves To Draw More Manufacturers To Philly

Henon Moves To Draw More Manufacturers To Philly

October 6, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Councilman wants hearings on land preservation, a look at Venice Island’s recreational amenities, some industrial remnants in NoLibs, and condos likely for 20th & Bainbridge > more