Posts Tagged ‘Roxborough’

The Ambiguous Road For Preserving Urban Farms

The Ambiguous Road For Preserving Urban Farms

July 11, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Farm 51 in Kingsessing trying to avoid sheriff’s sale of half of lot, Mariposa subsidizing memberships, golden Diana unveiled at PMA, and Kenworthy House back on the market—again > more

Altered Convention Center Work Rules Getting Results

Altered Convention Center Work Rules Getting Results

June 11, 2014  |  Morning Blend

American Industrial Hygiene Association coming back after a decade, residents upset about Kenworthy House demolition plans, Clarke and Hite spar over school monies, Lit Brothers gets its digital sign, and cleaner streets in Newbold > more

The Unbuilt Vision For A Grand Cathedral Road

The Unbuilt Vision For A Grand Cathedral Road

June 5, 2014  |  Vantage

Like so many cities, Philadelphia had such grand postwar visions for urban renewal that only a fraction of them were built—thankfully. Among the unbuilt visions was a grand boulevard that would have linked the Main Line and Chestnut Hill—across new bridges over the Schuylkill and the Wissahickon. Brad Maule explores what might have been on Cathedral Road > more

Next Plenty Café Location In Queen Village To Include 8 Rental Units

Next Plenty Café Location In Queen Village To Include 8 Rental Units

May 30, 2014  |  Morning Blend

“Fabric Lofts” to be mixed-use, PWD stormwater runoff project’s performance drawing criticism, PHS Pop-Up Garden coming to South & Broad, introducing the City’s new GIS team, and how SEPTA’s expanded summer service will work > more

‘Come To Philly, The Carpenters Aren’t In Charge’

‘Come To Philly, The Carpenters Aren’t In Charge’

May 19, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Contextualizing this month’s game-changing labor battle at the convention center, millenials in the Northwest, your chance to vent to L&I, and Philly found to be the 11th “smartest” city in the world > more