Posts Tagged ‘Schuylkill River Trail’

Historic Green Space Restoration Underway At Bartram's Garden

Historic Green Space Restoration Underway At Bartram’s Garden

May 15, 2015  |  News

New life for an historic green space at Bartram's Garden. Stephen Stofka reports on the restoration of Carr Garden, which dates to the early 19th century, as part of major preservation and infrastructure investment there > more

Temple’s Next 15 Years

Temple’s Next 15 Years

October 31, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Temple releases latest plan, Bartram’s Mile fully funded, Penn Museum official talks up Philly as World Heritage City material, and senior living center in Roxborough opens > more

Plan To Revitalize Kensington North Of Lehigh Approved

Plan To Revitalize Kensington North Of Lehigh Approved

July 24, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Planning Commission likes what it sees from New Kensington CDC, Philadelphia’s building boom as complimentary across varying sectors, renovating affordable commercial properties in North Philly, and INHP and the economic multiplier effect > more

Starting The Second Life Of A Manayunk Icon

Starting The Second Life Of A Manayunk Icon

July 16, 2014  |  News

Work officially began this week on the trail that will reconnect Lower Merion and Manayunk across the Schuylkill River by foot and by bike. Brad Maule looks back—and forward—at the nearly 100-year-old Manayunk Bridge > more

Trading Clean Streets & Streams For Parking

Trading Clean Streets & Streams For Parking

May 1, 2014  |  Morning Blend

What’s holding back Philly from following Baltimore’s example, Drexel readies for expansion of North Philly healthcare facility, ground to be broken on Valley Forge’s Sullivan’s Bridge, and explaining a sudden dip in the City’s already lacking tax collection operations > more