Posts Tagged ‘Old City’

Class Warfare On Arch Street

Class Warfare On Arch Street

March 31, 2015  |  Possible City

Nathaniel Popkin takes a look at three new Old City row houses under construction that disrespect the city, the site, and the famous woman mythologized across the street > more

A View Of The Bicentennial From The Top Of Penn Mutual

A View Of The Bicentennial From The Top Of Penn Mutual

February 4, 2015  |  Harry K's Encyclopedia

A new public observation deck is opening this summer on the 57th floor of One Liberty Place and Harry K. couldn't be more pleased. Join him in the glass elevator to the top of the old Penn Mutual building as he evokes the Spirit of '76 > more

Rebooting Bookie's: Garces Group Awakens The Spirit Of An Old Original Legend

Rebooting Bookie’s: Garces Group Awakens The Spirit Of An Old Original Legend

January 14, 2015  |  Harry K's Encyclopedia

In honor of Chef Jose Garces' reopening of the Old Original Bookbinder's at Second and Walnut Streets last week, Harry K serves us up this history on a half shell. From its humble beginnings as a 19th century dockside oyster saloon to becoming Philadelphia's most famous restaurant, Bookie's reputation still endures > more

Long Blighted, The Former Native American Museum On Chestnut Street To Be Redeveloped

Long Blighted, The Former Native American Museum On Chestnut Street To Be Redeveloped

January 12, 2015  |  News

Ten years has past since the Native American Museum at 2nd and Chestnut Street has seen tenants. Rusting and rotting among a row of pristine, Old City façades, the property may see a comeback at the hands of new owners Posel Management. Ryan Briggs has the story. > more

A New Lease For The Old Bookbinder’s

A New Lease For The Old Bookbinder’s

January 9, 2015  |  Morning Blend

The Olde Bar opens today, Thaddeus Stevens School conversion to be a speedy one, Target interested in set of small stores for downtown Philly, and the Port Authority moves to unload ferry system > more