Posts Tagged ‘Paul Levy’

African American Museum Exhibits Unsung Cuban Arts Movement

African American Museum Exhibits Unsung Cuban Arts Movement

February 17, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Afro-Caribbean art exhibit on display, Democratic party to chip in on CHOP garden, a cautionary tale for Center City real estate, and Clarke’s Francisville affordable housing proposal delayed by Planning Commission > more

Fundraising Sources Within Sight For Phase 1 Of Rail Park

Fundraising Sources Within Sight For Phase 1 Of Rail Park

January 29, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Still waiting for phase 1 of Rail Park, too much density for one NoLibs proposal, SEPTA looking at bi-level train cars, and chunk of Grays Ferry bridge comes crashing down > more

Delays & Unexpected Costs At Dilworth Plaza

Delays & Unexpected Costs At Dilworth Plaza

December 3, 2013  |  Morning Blend

City Hall's public plaza not to be unveiled until the end of next summer, a look ahead to Temple's next master plan, the high costs and low returns with another casino, and millenials explore their city > more

Thanks To The Water Department, More Fish In The Schuylkill

Thanks To The Water Department, More Fish In The Schuylkill

April 23, 2013  |  Morning Blend

Inside the Fairmount Dam Fishway, “looking up” at the Tulpehocken Station, the synergy of the creative class along commercial corridors, and Levy’s plea for transforming the tax system in Philly > more

Turning The Gallery Inside Out

Turning The Gallery Inside Out

December 6, 2012  |  Morning Blend

Rethinking the Market East shopping mall, Spruce Street Plaza’s opening week, maintaining the history and allure of Chestnut Hill, another approval for Philly International’s expansion, and visit the Penn Museum for free today > more