Posts Tagged ‘Point Breeze’

PHA Inks Deal For Grocery Store For Remade Sharswood

PHA Inks Deal For Grocery Store For Remade Sharswood

August 8, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Another food desert gets a grocery store, turning the page in Point Breeze, former Astor Theater to be demolished, and Penn’s Landing getting ramp > more

In Point Breeze, A Queen Anne Washed In Swedish Mystery

In Point Breeze, A Queen Anne Washed In Swedish Mystery

August 8, 2016  |  The Shadow Knows

The Shetzline family once owned large parcels of farmland throughout Point Breeze and later developed their estate for the shallow canyons of row houses we see today. One conspicuous building, now a laundromat at the corner of 18th and Moore, may be the last remaining home of the South Philly Sweed's old homestead. The Shadow follows the trail of obscurity > more

Resurrecting Mount Moriah

Resurrecting Mount Moriah

August 1, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Mount Moriah reawakens, “Newbold" neighborhood rebranding wears thin, Kensington brewery buildings threatened by development, and Museum of American Revolution announces replica ship feature > more

Protesting Dilworth Park's Lack Of Protests

Protesting Dilworth Park’s Lack Of Protests

July 22, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Saffron critiques priorities for central civic space, gentrification concerns scuttle Point Breeze mixed-use grocery proposal, and 30th Street Station gets a patriotic light show > more

After 16-Year Hiatus, Mid-century Public Art To Return To Public View

After 16-Year Hiatus, Mid-century Public Art To Return To Public View

July 19, 2016  |  Morning Blend

The “Free Interpretation of Plant Forms” coming to Chestnut Hill, Point Breeze assents to partial residential conversion of Walter Smith School, neighbor wants to save tree from development in Pennsport, and public schools to double as community centers > more