Posts Tagged ‘Northeast Philadelphia’

Resident Appeals ZBA Approval For Mosque Expansion On The Boulevard

Resident Appeals ZBA Approval For Mosque Expansion On The Boulevard

September 25, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Northeast residents claim mosque addition would be too much, Cedar Park business district gets its first strategic plan in two decades, drink and sketch for LOVE Park, and the changing face of 3rd & Market > more

Redevelopment In Fishtown Threatened By NIMBYs

Redevelopment In Fishtown Threatened By NIMBYs

September 15, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Samschick’s lynchpin draws the ire of the myopic, Two Liberty Place scraps hotel plan for condos, 30 more police for the Northeast, and some selective gentrification concern in Point Breeze > more

Drexel Looking For Master Developer For Innovation Neighborhood

Drexel Looking For Master Developer For Innovation Neighborhood

September 4, 2014  |  Morning Blend

RFPs sent out for Drexel’s next big thing, Parks & Rec and the public priority, how to support Mantua and Powelton Village’s artists, NLNA goads developer to add office space, and bemoaning a “city of logos” > 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

Remembering The City’s Last Potter’s Field

Remembering The City’s Last Potter’s Field

July 23, 2014  |  Vantage

Reporter Michael Buozis finds himself in the Far Northeast hunting down the city's last potter's field, its only marker spray painted on a utility pole > more