Posts Tagged ‘Northeast Philadelphia’

Tracing The Live-Work Divide In Philadelphia's Police Force

Tracing The Live-Work Divide In Philadelphia’s Police Force

July 10, 2015  |  Vantage

Discussion has grown in the media lately regarding law enforcement's detachment and potential bias for the neighborhoods they patrol when they commonly call home elsewhere, particularly in larger cities. In Philadelphia, where police officers lived at the turn of the century looks dramatically than it does today. David Hilbert dove into the City Archives to compare the residential zip codes of the Philadelphia's police force in 1925 and wonders if the migration toward the Northeast and elsewhere has eroded an inner city connection to communities they protect > more

Bill Advances To Purchase Land For New Prison

Bill Advances To Purchase Land For New Prison

May 12, 2015  |  Morning Blend

A new prison more and more likely in the Northeast, previewing the Spring Garden Greenway, iconic South Philly Sign taken down for restoration, construction in West Philly, and no renewal for two charter schools > more

The Persistent Dream Of A Roosevelt Subway Line

The Persistent Dream Of A Roosevelt Subway Line

May 11, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Federal money kicks off another round of planning for a revived Roosevelt Boulevard, Clarke cancels community budget hearings, and rising bread in Olney > more

Modernist Monument To Mid-Century Expansion And The Rise Of The Northeast

Modernist Monument To Mid-Century Expansion And The Rise Of The Northeast

May 1, 2015  |  Vantage

The Northeast Regional Library on Cottman Avenue was built with a Modernist eye and a civic mind. Part of the Free Library's 1956 Regional Plan to put a library within 15 minutes of every Philadelphian's doorstep, the branch was also the first in the area, officially unifying the relatively new neighborhood with the rest of the city. Molly Lester looks at the origins of Northeast Philadelphia expansion through the lens of this award winning Mid-Century mainstay > more

PHA To Have Another Go At Liddonfield Redevelopment

PHA To Have Another Go At Liddonfield Redevelopment

April 30, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Requesting proposals for former projects site, Drexel okayed for additional student housing, Strawberry Mansion garage to be reused, a last attempt to save St. Laurentius, and the neighborhood that the Pennsy built > more