Posts Tagged ‘Rittenhouse Square’

The Mid-Century “Architectural Vandalism” Of The Jayne Building

The Mid-Century “Architectural Vandalism” Of The Jayne Building

November 11, 2013  |  Morning Blend

When a block is big enough for just one mid-century style, Weccacoe playground a bit more historically significant than thought, the Arts Bank’s story, and Blatstein OKed for McIlhenny addition > more

Art Museum Fountain Springs To Life Once Again

Art Museum Fountain Springs To Life Once Again

September 12, 2013  |  Morning Blend

Fountain of the Seahorses restored, as is select features of Rittenhouse Square, Wendy’s a definite for Bunting House site in Roxborough, The Friends of the Rail Park fundraising this weekend, and videographic proof that Philly isn’t ugly > more

Kayaking The Schuylkill: An Underrated Escape

Kayaking The Schuylkill: An Underrated Escape

July 25, 2013  |  Morning Blend

Schuylkill Bank’s guided tours a must, Historical Commission approves of Episcopal Cathedral parish building demo, digging for graves in Weccacoe Playground, fighting vacancy, and Rittenhouse Square real estate deals > more

Ribbon Cut For First Leg Of River Bike Trail

Ribbon Cut For First Leg Of River Bike Trail

June 18, 2013  |  Morning Blend

Another connector project unveiled, new developments aim to improve city’s record on sustainable housing, horse-drawn carriages of Victorian Philly, and a Germantown block to celebrate its potential > more

The Soko Lofts Will Be No Piazza

The Soko Lofts Will Be No Piazza

April 26, 2013  |  Morning Blend

Saffron on Soko Lofts, a look back at Rittenhouse Square’s Daniel Baugh mansion, Pier 53 plans to be unveiled, Joe Frazier statue reaches fundraising goal, and KieranTimberlake’s new HQ moving along nicely > more