Posts Tagged ‘hotels’

Bacteria And The Bellevue: The Birthplace Of Legionnaires’ Disease

Bacteria And The Bellevue: The Birthplace Of Legionnaires’ Disease

September 4, 2015  |  Vantage

The fatal outbreak of Legionnaires’ disease this summer in South Bronx has taken the lives of 12 New Yorkers. Contributor Karen Chernick revisits the bacteria's history with the first identified epidemic at the Bellevue Stratford Hotel on Broad Street > more

Burk Mansion Threatened Amidst Temple's Growth?

Burk Mansion Threatened Amidst Temple’s Growth?

March 17, 2015  |  News

Temple University has demolished six of the seven buildings it's owned on the 1500 block of North Broad Street in the past two years. Could the other, the 106-year-old Burk Mansion, be next? > more

Penn’s Landing Hyatt To Be Rebranded As Hilton

Penn’s Landing Hyatt To Be Rebranded As Hilton

January 5, 2015  |  Morning Blend

“Extensive” renovations seen as a sign of local market’s health, a caveat for Temple’s stadium dreams from Ohio, art and volunteer residency ready to begin in West Philly, and Philly Bike Share to be accessible to all classes > more

Reconsidering The Modern Urban Library

Reconsidering The Modern Urban Library

November 18, 2014  |  Morning Blend

The FLP “builds inspiration,” a rocky revitalization for West Girard, how much stimulus Pope Francis will bring to town, and regarding the legions of sweepers from yesteryear > more

City Hires Lawyer To Fight Federal Lawsuit Against PGW Lien Policy

City Hires Lawyer To Fight Federal Lawsuit Against PGW Lien Policy

August 15, 2014  |  Morning Blend

What happens when tenants steal their last month’s gas, CDR approves The Study in UCity, Artisan Lofts developer Q&A, ZBA approves 10 homes for NoLibs, and woodworking in the Northwest > more