Posts Tagged ‘public art’

Postgreen To Bring Some “Awesomeness” To Fishtown

Postgreen To Bring Some “Awesomeness” To Fishtown

March 21, 2014  |  Morning Blend

The environmentally conscious development firm teams up with NKCDC, PA Chief Justice okays public art expenditures for Family Court, Salvation Army to donate land for memorial park, wandering into Powelton’s past, and a Philly-centric Instagram Hall of Fame > more

How Philly Fares In The National Transit Study

How Philly Fares In The National Transit Study

March 13, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Why the Broad Street Line is an underestimated asset, fostering community one elevator ride at a time in Callowhill, Post Bros. positioned for City Ave reuse project, and nerdom made official on North 3rd > more

Philly Dominates In 2014 ArtPlace Grant Finalist List

Philly Dominates In 2014 ArtPlace Grant Finalist List

February 28, 2014  |  Morning Blend

A plurality of art grant finalists are in Philly, everything came together for Paseo Verde, the ethics of a developer fighting for gentrification as a City Councilman, and the Boyd inches closer to its demise > more

Chronometrical Obelisk Of Market Street: 1805-1953

Chronometrical Obelisk Of Market Street: 1805-1953

February 17, 2014  |  The Shadow Knows

Last year, Hidden City asked who moved the Newkirk Viaduct Monument. And since then, we've learned that the 176-year-old sculpture might be incorporated into park plans for Bartram's Mile—at its original site at the foot of the Grays Ferry Bridge over the Schuylkill River. Just upstream, an even older monument once commemorated the first bridge at Market Street. The Shadow looks into what ever happened to it > more

Functional And Striking, Bike Racks Coming To Center City This Summer

Functional And Striking, Bike Racks Coming To Center City This Summer

January 16, 2014  |  Morning Blend

New bike rack designs coming to Center City, temporary memorial park planned for 22nd & Market, the therapy of a green city, Nathaniel Popkin’s book reading and signing at Christ Church, and “The Breakthrough” of Philadelphia to air tonight > more