Posts Tagged ‘homelessness’

The Many Lives Of The Wayfarer’s Lodge

The Many Lives Of The Wayfarer’s Lodge

August 4, 2014  |  The Shadow Knows

The Shadow Knows that from homeless shelter, to chemical plant, to upscale apartment building, few Philadelphia structures have had as varied a history as 1720 Lombard Street > more

With Ambitious Campus Plan, Temple Demands Attention

With Ambitious Campus Plan, Temple Demands Attention

April 21, 2014  |  Morning Blend

How the job-creator hopes to increase enrollment, correcting some design mistakes in Philly’s Vietnam War memorial, Project Home and Jon Bon Jovi team up to fight homelessness, and regional manufacturing on the rise > more

Bill Seeks For Philly To

Bill Seeks For Philly To “Lead The Way” In Preventing Future Warehouse Fires

January 30, 2014  |  Morning Blend

O’Brien to introduce bill that would strengthen Fire Code, Eagles to install new HD screens, checking up on the homeless, and work underway on the Coltrane House > more

Two Hotels Slated For Skyscraper At Former One Meridian Site

Two Hotels Slated For Skyscraper At Former One Meridian Site

December 12, 2012  |  Morning Blend

Two hotels, one building; another community meeting for Lovett Library Park; new report finds that CDCs are helping the city keep afloat; and Philly U students design living spaces for the homeless > more

Sound Sculpting

Sound Sculpting

October 15, 2012  |  Morning Blend

The synergy of sound and space of four Philly sculptures, planning for riverside public space by Bartram's Garden, the homelessness of Kahn Park, and an update on the recent Old City water main break > more