Posts Tagged ‘Northwest Philadelphia’

Developer Plans For Living & Making In Bok

Developer Plans For Living & Making In Bok

November 21, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Preliminary visions for a reused Bok Technical High revealed, wayfinding system in store for the Northwest, and anticipating the demise of the PGW sale > more

Out To Shut Down Asset Seizure Program, Homeowners Sue DA’s Office

Out To Shut Down Asset Seizure Program, Homeowners Sue DA’s Office

August 13, 2014  |  Morning Blend

The DA allegedly overextends itself in cash cow program, PHA breaks ground in Strawberry Mansion, the stumbling block for Cresheim Trail, a call for Amtrak trains between Suburban and Market East, and a look at the new Palladino’s design > more

Over $200 Million In Improvements Coming To The Gallery

Over $200 Million In Improvements Coming To The Gallery

July 30, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Two companies announce their joint venture to revitalize the Market Street mall, two youth-athletic leagues also set to collaborate on new space, preventing inappropriate mixed-use in Bustleton, and crime down in UCity > more

The Heroism Of Full Coverage On The Parkway

The Heroism Of Full Coverage On The Parkway

June 24, 2014  |  Morning Blend

How one artist merged Art Deco with corporate identity, perhaps an explanation for Clarke's selective affinity towards development, PIDC gets $38 million from Treasury Department, and economic development in the Northwest > more

The Unbuilt Vision For A Grand Cathedral Road

The Unbuilt Vision For A Grand Cathedral Road

June 5, 2014  |  Vantage

Like so many cities, Philadelphia had such grand postwar visions for urban renewal that only a fraction of them were built—thankfully. Among the unbuilt visions was a grand boulevard that would have linked the Main Line and Chestnut Hill—across new bridges over the Schuylkill and the Wissahickon. Brad Maule explores what might have been on Cathedral Road > more