Posts Tagged ‘La Salle University’

La Salle University Threatens Germantown Landmarks

La Salle University Threatens Germantown Landmarks

February 9, 2017  |  Soapbox

On Friday, the Historical Commission will consider legal protections for two historic Germantown homes. Owners La Salle University will oppose the nominations to retain their right to demolition. Arielle Harris makes a case for saving these two Wister family properties and reveals La Salle's long tradition of razing neighborhood landmarks > more

La Salle To Host, Nutter To Lead, International Mayors Forum

La Salle To Host, Nutter To Lead, International Mayors Forum

September 2, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Mayors’ forum to explore the importance of the urban family, Philly’s “Fin-de-siècle Firehouse Boom,” Habitat for Humanity building in North Philly, and demo work looms for Mt. Sinai hospital > more

Design Review Committee Gives Green Light to Mormon Church High Rise

Design Review Committee Gives Green Light to Mormon Church High Rise

August 8, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Mormon Church’s residential tower still without public art proposals, Saffron on the right mix behind the Rodin Museum, previewing next week’s visit from the DNC, remembering the Northeast’s Sears Tower, and La Salle to break ground on new business school > more

$7 Million Campaign Announced To Keep USS Olympia At Penn’s Landing

$7 Million Campaign Announced To Keep USS Olympia At Penn’s Landing

April 3, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Independence Seaport Museum officials see the light, Germantown muralist discusses Psychylustro, La Salle to build new facility, and social entrepreneurs receive some investment advice > more

Advocating For The Reopening Of William Penn High

Advocating For The Reopening Of William Penn High

November 13, 2013  |  Morning Blend

The latest and specially designed College House, William Penn alumni anxious for school’s reuse, La Salle to get new Business School building, and a late call for action on state transportation funding > more