Posts Tagged ‘PennDOT’

Explaining Philly's Liberian Community

Explaining Philly’s Liberian Community

July 16, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Sociological queries for Liberian Philadelphia, Pipeline now in the local co-working pipeline, de-graffiti-ing as civic-minded urban hobby, and an archaeological exhibit of archifacts unearthed during I-95 work > more

Take A Look At What’s To Come For 19th & Chestnut

Take A Look At What’s To Come For 19th & Chestnut

April 29, 2014  |  Morning Blend

26-stories of density coming to Rittenhouse, Cutler replaces expired $1.1 million grant for Race Street Pier, new owner to renovate N. Broad telecom hub, and a look at next year’s Walnut Lane Bridge project > more

Delays Expected For Pier 68 Park Project

Delays Expected For Pier 68 Park Project

April 4, 2014  |  Morning Blend

DRWC just might have a liability on its hands, the economic sense for and against free municipal parking, half a billion dollars coming to area roads this year, and imagining the sounds of Philadelphia > more

When Good Urbanism Meets Bad Architecture

When Good Urbanism Meets Bad Architecture

February 21, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Cliche and courage at 16th & Vine, plans developing to core out Lit Brothers building, traffic anxieties for plann Walnut Lane Bride work, and an open house in Hawthorne Hall > more

Phase 2 Of Mormon Church Development Announced

Phase 2 Of Mormon Church Development Announced

February 13, 2014  |  Morning Blend

An apartment tower and meetinghouse planned for 16th & Vine, $5 million in grants for traffic improvements, first design for Passyunk Square apartment complex not too popular, and literal grassroots development in North Central > more