Posts Tagged ‘public art’

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

Community College Looks To Attract International Students With Housing  Accommodations

Community College Looks To Attract International Students With Housing Accommodations

June 9, 2016  |  Morning Blend

CCP to build residential towers, protected bike lane for Mayfair, performance art in a Northeast Philly dump, and PPA 8th Street garage now less awful > more

Mantua Residents Push For Rezoning

Mantua Residents Push For Rezoning

June 8, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Mantua groups anxious for rezoning legislation, ground broken for Cambria Hotel on South Broad, Queen Street Tunnel to get wheat pasted, and industrial chic at Morris Arboretum > more

On Parkway, $4.5 Million Plaza To Showcase Holocaust Memorial Statue

On Parkway, $4.5 Million Plaza To Showcase Holocaust Memorial Statue

May 12, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Monument to be re-contextualized, apartment complex proposed in Cedar Park, Feibush wins federal suit against Johnson, and ground broken on Drexel apartment project > more

Stock Exchange To Move To University City

Stock Exchange To Move To University City

May 11, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Nation’s oldest stock exchange to move into FMC Tower, Penn statute to get a late-summer bath, new plans for North Broad reuse, and City outlines DNC security grant spending plan > more