Posts Tagged ‘hotels’

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

Museum To Bondholders: Please Don’t Touch Our Assets

Museum To Bondholders: Please Don’t Touch Our Assets

July 8, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Delinquent museum may loose some of its exhibits, a call for the burial of powerlines outside Center City, hotel numbers down from lack of conventions, Philly takes the bronze when it comes to Amtrak ridership, and South St garden set to “pop up” tonight > more

The New Life Of The Old Family Court (And Its Murals)

The New Life Of The Old Family Court (And Its Murals)

June 25, 2014  |  News

When the Family Court relocates to its new building on LOVE Park later this year, it will vacate the French-inspired structure on Logan Square it's called home for over 70 years. Max Ufberg digs in to see what will become of the New Deal-era murals, as well as a looming sculpture of a prominent judge, when the building is reborn as a luxury hotel > more

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

Parishioners of “Manayunk’s Cathedral” Determined To Save Historic Church

Parishioners of “Manayunk’s Cathedral” Determined To Save Historic Church

April 11, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Committee formed to tackle St. John the Baptist’s challenges, high levels of lead detected in Philly soil, first hotel opens at the Navy Yard, and N3RD St signs being installed > more