Posts Tagged ‘Project Home’

Nearly $1 Million In Improvements Coming To Vernon Park This Summer

Nearly $1 Million In Improvements Coming To Vernon Park This Summer

February 20, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Friends of Vernon Park present details, Clarke’s bid for city charter modifications as “too much, too soon,” the Temple effect, and a look at Philadelphia’s deficient bridge network > more

Preservation And Contemporary Design For 36th And Walnut

Preservation And Contemporary Design For 36th And Walnut

January 21, 2015  |  Morning Blend

The Ronald O. Perelman Center for Political Science and Economics to open in three years, annual homeless census tonight, Woodford Mansion in need of stewards, and a look the Bicycle Coalition’s goals for 2020 > more

With Ambitious Campus Plan, Temple Demands Attention

With Ambitious Campus Plan, Temple Demands Attention

April 21, 2014  |  Morning Blend

How the job-creator hopes to increase enrollment, correcting some design mistakes in Philly’s Vietnam War memorial, Project Home and Jon Bon Jovi team up to fight homelessness, and regional manufacturing on the rise > more

Developer Open To NLNA's Suggestions For Canal Street North

Developer Open To NLNA’s Suggestions For Canal Street North

December 19, 2012  |  Morning Blend

Canal Street developer gets feedback form community, the Saturday Evening Post to return home, Feibush’s gripe with city’s land grab, PCAPS sees alternative to school closings, Jon Bon Jovi to give Francisville some soul (and affordable housing), and Philly scores well in biking > more

Two Hotels Slated For Skyscraper At Former One Meridian Site

Two Hotels Slated For Skyscraper At Former One Meridian Site

December 12, 2012  |  Morning Blend

Two hotels, one building; another community meeting for Lovett Library Park; new report finds that CDCs are helping the city keep afloat; and Philly U students design living spaces for the homeless > more