Posts Tagged ‘NIMBYism’

After 16-Year Hiatus, Mid-century Public Art To Return To Public View

After 16-Year Hiatus, Mid-century Public Art To Return To Public View

July 19, 2016  |  Morning Blend

The “Free Interpretation of Plant Forms” coming to Chestnut Hill, Point Breeze assents to partial residential conversion of Walter Smith School, neighbor wants to save tree from development in Pennsport, and public schools to double as community centers > more

Council Broaches Eminent Domain For Delaware River Trail

Council Broaches Eminent Domain For Delaware River Trail

December 11, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Council okays riverfront trail acquisition, neighbors still not thrilled with mixed-use by Pat’s Steaks, renderings unveiled for potential reuse on North Broad, a look at Centennial Village’s groundbreaking > more

The City Of Neighborhoods, For Better Or Worse

The City Of Neighborhoods, For Better Or Worse

April 17, 2015  |  Morning Blend

A look at the decentralized state of affairs in Center City, Live Nation announces plans for reuse of Fishtown factory, and distressed parkers fight South Philly proposal > more

Royal Theater’s Rezoning Approved By Committee

Royal Theater’s Rezoning Approved By Committee

December 3, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Some bulky redevelopment for a long-vacant South Street venue, making Germantown more walkable, Strand at the PMA, and shooting ourselves in the foot with another casino > more

With Marcellus Shale, Some Boosting & Prudence

With Marcellus Shale, Some Boosting & Prudence

December 1, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Framing the “energy hub” conversation, preserving UC high school murals from wrecking ball, Pittsburgh tries variable parking program, and the best in Philly NIMBYism > more