Posts Tagged ‘Northern Liberties’

Lost & Found (And Lost Again)

Lost & Found (And Lost Again)

July 28, 2014  |  Vantage

Keep a close eye on construction sites and you sometimes see a hidden layer of history come to light. Peter Woodall has been saving up good examples for a while now and brings us this collection > more

NoLibs Zoning Chair Discusses How Best To Ensure Density

NoLibs Zoning Chair Discusses How Best To Ensure Density

July 28, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Larry Freedman on the necessity of “sincere and informed” discussions with developers, Ken Weinstein offers to facilitate inclusion of Germantown Ave trestle in regional trail network, St. Joseph’s to get state historical marker, and readying for the Civic Design Review of the Morman Church’s apartment complex proposal > more

The Blue Window Building, Inside & Out

The Blue Window Building, Inside & Out

May 27, 2014  |  Vantage

It doesn't take much to make a boarded up building look a whole lot prettier--just ask the folks at the Trans-Atlantic Co., who've been painting their building's shuttered windows sky blue instead of red for decades > more

Of Safe Houses and Cod Liver Oil: Sad Ol' Wallace Street In Northern Liberties

Of Safe Houses and Cod Liver Oil: Sad Ol’ Wallace Street In Northern Liberties

May 22, 2014  |  Harry K's Encyclopedia

This week, the Northern Liberties Neighbors Association approved the redevelopment of the former Wampole Pharmaceutical Company factory at Fourth and Wallace Streets. But Harry K says there's more to the story about this forgotten block. He lays it out here > more

Fresh From “Doomsday” Prognosticating, SEPTA Unveils Proposed Five-Year Plan

Fresh From “Doomsday” Prognosticating, SEPTA Unveils Proposed Five-Year Plan

May 21, 2014  |  Morning Blend

The quest for more and happier passengers, Chestnut Hillers anxious about municipal advertising contracts, rethinking the Moyamensing Avenue streetscape, warehouse conversion approved in NoLibs, and City Hall’s falcon chicks to be tracked > more