Posts Tagged ‘Midtown Village’

“Funky-Cool Spaces” Attract Creative Firms To Midtown Village

“Funky-Cool Spaces” Attract Creative Firms To Midtown Village

October 8, 2014  |  Morning Blend

What the Biddle Building’s reuse says about the state of Midtown Village, Rina Cutler on how to fight councilmanic prerogative, The Sansom snatched up by New York firm, and Morley on the proto-Grays Ferry Triangle > more

The Legend Of Midtown Village

The Legend Of Midtown Village

September 29, 2014  |  The Shadow Knows

Chemistry labs, karate, puppet theater, and a prostitution ring? The Shadow strikes again! This week we hear about the Guilded Age real estate mogul Felix Isman and his bay-windowed beauty at 13th and Sansom > more

Little Clubs On A Wooden Street

Little Clubs On A Wooden Street

March 7, 2014  |  Harry K's Encyclopedia

The stretch of Camac Street between Walnut and Locust is quaint and then some. Harry K explores the history of this one-of-a-kind thoroughfare > more

The Long And Short Of It

The Long And Short Of It

February 18, 2013  |  The Shadow Knows

In the city of what might have been, the Shadow takes us to Chestnut and Juniper, with monumental pieces of architecture on three corners. And the fourth... > more

In Wash West, A

In Wash West, A “No Waste Zone” Brewing

November 20, 2012  |  News

Sick of his trash-filled alley and inspired by the way European cities handle waste, McGillin's Olde Ale House owner Chris Mullins hopes to gain support for a project he's calling "Drury Street Green" > more