Posts Tagged ‘population’

Trial Pedestrian Plaza Coming To Graduate Hospital This Summer

Trial Pedestrian Plaza Coming To Graduate Hospital This Summer

March 27, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Grays Ferry Triangle to act as dual-gateway, the design imperative within public transport, Philly still growing, and a South Philly shopping center swaps hands > more

EPA Grant Awarded To Clean & Develop Contaminated Land In Riverwards

EPA Grant Awarded To Clean & Develop Contaminated Land In Riverwards

May 23, 2013  |  Morning Blend

$200K to be put to use in Bridesburg and Port Richmond, HUD looks at alternate plans for Queen Lane apartment complex, the city is still growing, and Chestnut Place to go residential > more

You Can Feel The Difference

You Can Feel The Difference

November 14, 2012  |  Possible City

If confidence has seeped into our civic conversation, there is a very real reason, says Nathaniel Popkin: continued growth > more

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A “Sparkling” Rodin Museum Readies For Reopening After Restoration

May 17, 2012  |  Morning Blend

Changes at the museum housing the French sculptor's work, an advocacy group critiques the Central Delaware Master Plan, artist James Turrell's work in the forthcoming Chesnut Hill meetinghouse has everyone talking, white-flight in reverse, and info for Society Hill homes tour > more

New Report Says Philly Population Still Rising

New Report Says Philly Population Still Rising

April 5, 2012  |  Morning Blend

Philly's population numbers still on the rise, groundbreaking for the new Chestnut Hill Friends Meetinghouse set for May 15, the first planning meeting for the Lower Northeast, and Shawn Kelly clout in West Philly hampers the Apple Storage project > more