Posts Tagged ‘pennsport’

Blatstein Pulls Appeal, Will Reconsider His Redevelopment Of Former Inquirer Building

Blatstein Pulls Appeal, Will Reconsider His Redevelopment Of Former Inquirer Building

January 20, 2015  |  Morning Blend

NoLibs developer withdraws appeal of gaming control board decision, Germantown schoolyard to be transformed thanks to PhillyU students, Pennsport warehouse to become storage facility, and the final public meeting for LOVE Park redo > more

Charter School Eyes Shuttered Abigail Vare Building

Charter School Eyes Shuttered Abigail Vare Building

December 5, 2014  |  Morning Blend

String Theory Charter system applies for former school building in Pennsport, Henon gets tough (once again) on billboards, funding updates on the Divine Lorraine, and the legacy of Penn in University City > more

Vacant Dairy In Newbold Goes To The Dogs

Vacant Dairy In Newbold Goes To The Dogs

October 13, 2014  |  Morning Blend

South Philly dairy to get reused after three decades, Mayor’s Office agrees to move forward with affordable housing plan, a boring conversion in Pennsport, and impressive real estate data for UCity > more

National Liberty Museum Hopes To Inspire An Appreciation For Freedom

National Liberty Museum Hopes To Inspire An Appreciation For Freedom

September 26, 2014  |  Morning Blend

The National Liberty Museum updates its exhibitions, AAA claims vested rights for Pennsport project, Google to drop “Temple Town” designation, and some surprise storm water management work next to Dickinson Square Park > more

At Pier 68, New Ways To Connect To The

At Pier 68, New Ways To Connect To The “Working” River

August 22, 2014  |  News

With construction on the South Philadelphia pier park set to start this fall, Nathaniel Popkin talks to landscape architect Bryan Hanes and his design team about their inspiration > more