Posts Tagged ‘population’

Philly Population Growth Remains Sluggish, New Report Shows

Philly Population Growth Remains Sluggish, New Report Shows

March 24, 2016  |  Morning Blend

DC metro area now more populous than Delaware Valley, comparing both Broad & Washington projects, group walks around Philly border, and more time this year at Spruce Street Park > more

Before The Millennials: On The Move With Young Philadelphians Mid-Century

Before The Millennials: On The Move With Young Philadelphians Mid-Century

January 11, 2016  |  Vantage

Urban life-loving millennials are at least partially responsible for the growth of Greater Center City, and a good dozen other neighborhoods around the city. With this in mind, David Hilbert looks at Philadelphia's young adults circa 1950-1970, during suburbanization. Where did they live and why? > more

Taking The Initiative In Kensington

Taking The Initiative In Kensington

June 1, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Ambitious development goals in Olde Kensington, some overlooked Corinthian columns, Philly’s most beautiful street views, South Philadelphians work to preserve their history, and more and more hauling to Philly > more

Mutually Beneficial Rivalry Coming To East Market Street

Mutually Beneficial Rivalry Coming To East Market Street

May 27, 2015  |  Morning Blend

The Gallery and East Market as more than the sum of their competing parts, the history of Ridge Ave, undercounting the transit constituency, and tracking a half-century of intra-Commonwealth migration > more

Past & Future On Chestnut's 700 Block

Past & Future On Chestnut’s 700 Block

March 26, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Four commercial properties to be nominated for historical designation, a 32-story apartment tower planned for 7th & Chestnut, and Philly's population ever so slightly increases > more