Posts Tagged ‘North Broad Street’

A Look At Temple University's Demolition History

A Look At Temple University’s Demolition History

March 18, 2015  |  Vantage

Philadelphia preservationists have taken a wrecking ball to the gut in recent days, with the Boyd Theatre currently coming down and the fate of the legendary Blue Horizon sealed by the Philadelphia Historical Commission's choice to not designate its interior. Meanwhile, just up North Broad Street, Temple University is in the midst of a demolition spree, in some cases with no plans to replace what it's knocking down. Rachel Hildebrandt surveys what's been lost through almost 70 years of campus expansion > more

A Void In The Boyd

A Void In The Boyd

March 16, 2015  |  Morning Blend

The "partial" demolition of the Boyd Theatre, Punch juggling atop the PAFA entranceway, and a new wellness center opens in North Philly > more

Interior Designation For Blue Horizon's Historic Boxing Arena Denied

Interior Designation For Blue Horizon’s Historic Boxing Arena Denied

March 13, 2015  |  Developing Challenges, News

A win-lose situation for the Blue Horizon today. The Philadelphia Historical Commission approved designation of the building's façade, but denied protection of the world-renowned arena > more

Claiming Fraud, Owner Of Metropolitan Opera House Seeks To Dissolve Ties To Eric Blumenfeld

Claiming Fraud, Owner Of Metropolitan Opera House Seeks To Dissolve Ties To Eric Blumenfeld

March 3, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Church group says developer misrepresented himself, a transatlantic discussion for the Lehigh Viaduct’s reuse, Maxfield Tower completed in Fairmount, and nearly 4 million PA residents at risk in event of “bomb train” derailment > more

Historical Commission To Consider Protecting Blue Horizon Exterior

Historical Commission To Consider Protecting Blue Horizon Exterior

February 27, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Developers still looking for funds for historic boxing venue’s reuse, the benefits of “loose” playgrounds, construction underway for W Hotel, and arts studio to open on S. 11th Street > more