Posts Tagged ‘Northern Liberties’

South District Community Planning Process To Begin This Week

South District Community Planning Process To Begin This Week

December 2, 2014  |  Morning Blend

First public meeting this week for South Philly planning, a love-letter to Mt. Airy, the Land Bank slowly manifesting itself, and NoLibs infill approved > more

Choreographing A New Life For The Old Pearl On South Street

Choreographing A New Life For The Old Pearl On South Street

October 27, 2014  |  Buzz

Dance studio on South Street to be ready next month, Manayunk church getting ready for spring restoration efforts, four homes to begin construction in NoLibs, and SEPTA announces fare payment upgrade > more

Old City Orange Façade To Be Preserved

Old City Orange Façade To Be Preserved

October 20, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Historical Commission okays Old City development, the emblematic stairway at the Barnes, Blatstein serious yet anxious about The Provence, 10 homes for NoLibs, and a salvaged cornice delights in Fishtown > more

Henon Moves To Draw More Manufacturers To Philly

Henon Moves To Draw More Manufacturers To Philly

October 6, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Councilman wants hearings on land preservation, a look at Venice Island’s recreational amenities, some industrial remnants in NoLibs, and condos likely for 20th & Bainbridge > more

A Rich Past And Possible Green Future For Spring Garden Street

A Rich Past And Possible Green Future For Spring Garden Street

September 19, 2014  |  Harry K's Encyclopedia

The Pennsylvania Environmental Council is hosting a block party this Saturday to highlight plans that would transform Spring Garden Street into a progressive urban greenway. Harry K. is optimistic and gives us the history of this once great thoroughfare > more