Posts Tagged ‘industrial architecture’

Delaware Ave Development Proposal Put Maritime Supply Warehouse In A Corner

Delaware Ave Development Proposal Put Maritime Supply Warehouse In A Corner

April 17, 2015  |  News

Time bought for the former Edward Corner Marine Merchandize Warehouse in a zoning meeting Wednesday night. Fishtown neighbors shot down developer Michael Samschick's large-scale mixed-use proposals for the three adjoining lots along Delaware Avenue. Contributor Stephen Stofka was there and has a few take-away recommendations for a less sprawling, more conscientious treatment of the blocks > more

Before The Bro Bar: Unboxing The Former Home Of Finnegan's Wake

Before The Bro Bar: Unboxing The Former Home Of Finnegan’s Wake

March 30, 2015  |  The Shadow Knows

Finnegan's Wake, the infamous Irish pub at 2nd and Spring Garden, closed its doors last summer after a contract for selling the building fell through. The former box and casket factory now sits vacant and off the market. The Shadow saddles up to the bar to give us the building's industrious background > more

Surveying The Damage With <em>Abandoned America: The Age of Consequences</em>

Surveying The Damage With Abandoned America: The Age of Consequences

March 25, 2015  |  Vantage

A picture is worth a thousand words, but some can leave you speechless. We caught up with photographer Matthew Christopher to discuss a nation in architectural decline and his new book, "Abandoned America: The Age of Consequences" > more

Of Junk Mail And Murder: The Busy Life Of The Miles Building

Of Junk Mail And Murder: The Busy Life Of The Miles Building

February 16, 2015  |  The Shadow Knows

The Miles Building has worn more hats than a coat rack in its 115 years on 11th Street. The Shadow peels back the stately facade of this industrial hold out in Washington Square West and the view is full of commerce and scandal > more

An Enigma On Allegheny Avenue Is In It For The Long Haul

An Enigma On Allegheny Avenue Is In It For The Long Haul

January 5, 2015  |  The Shadow Knows

This former 1930s Brockway Motor Company sales center in Nicetown-Tioga just keeps on truckin'. The Shadow gives us a lift into the New Year with busy masonry, adaptive reuse, and an architectural mystery > more