Posts Tagged ‘Roxborough’

Roxborough Sawmill Preserves An Old Industrial Aesthetic

Roxborough Sawmill Preserves An Old Industrial Aesthetic

August 28, 2014  |  Morning Blend

One man's mission to preserve the physical history of industrial Philadelphia, groundbreaking for Rodin Square, street mural requested for Triangles Plaza, the genesis of JFK and 30th Street Station, and this weekend's Made in America Fest > more

City Hires Lawyer To Fight Federal Lawsuit Against PGW Lien Policy

City Hires Lawyer To Fight Federal Lawsuit Against PGW Lien Policy

August 15, 2014  |  Morning Blend

What happens when tenants steal their last month’s gas, CDR approves The Study in UCity, Artisan Lofts developer Q&A, ZBA approves 10 homes for NoLibs, and woodworking in the Northwest > more

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