Posts Tagged ‘industrial architecture’

200-Plus Years Of Transforming Girard Square

200-Plus Years Of Transforming Girard Square

March 16, 2016  |  Harry K's Encyclopedia

Dynamic transformations of our urban landscape are redefining where we work, live and play. Harry K gives us a grand, historic tour of 11th and Market where the East Market redevelopment project is reshaping a 200-year-old city square > more

Abused, Neglected, But Not Forgotten: Top 10 Derelict Properties

Abused, Neglected, But Not Forgotten: Top 10 Derelict Properties

December 22, 2015  |  Developing Challenges, The Shadow Knows

Philadelphia erupted with real estate growth in 2015. Yet, some of the city's most noticeable properties remain ragged, empty and trapped in limbo. GroJLart has this year end survey of the city's top ten down-and-out buildings begging for redevelopment > more

Hugo Bilgram And His Machine Works

Hugo Bilgram And His Machine Works

November 25, 2015  |  The Shadow Knows

Bilgram Machine Works at 12th and Spring Garden was the first reinforced concrete building in Philadelphia. The Shadow puts a spotlight on the formal industrial heavy weight and the busy Bavarian behind it > more

Indestructible At Broad And Callowhill

Indestructible At Broad And Callowhill

November 4, 2015  |  Harry K's Encyclopedia

Harry K climbs the mountainous Terminal Commerce Building at Broad and Callowhill Streets to deliver this 360 degree view of the industrial giant > more

An Ambitious Publisher And His House Of Timber

An Ambitious Publisher And His House Of Timber

October 26, 2015  |  The Shadow Knows

The Keyser Building on Arch Street was built with elegant simplicity, slow burning supports, and fire from the belly of a man with a voracious appetite for success. The Shadow cranks up the heat with this little ditty from Chinatown > more