Posts Tagged ‘SEPTA’

Beury Building Coming To A Sheriff's Sale Near You

Beury Building Coming To A Sheriff’s Sale Near You

July 23, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Neglected North Broad tower up for sale next month, John K. Binswanger Grove of Park Champions dedication, Rina Cutler on the PPA, perhaps a 7th victim in Market Street building collapse, and SEPTA seeking service suggestions > 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

SEPTA, Freedom and Independence

SEPTA, Freedom and Independence

July 11, 2014  |  Last Light

Last month, Brad Maule, Chris Dougherty, Steve Ives, and Steve Weinik spent an entire day riding SEPTA. They started and stopped at 30th Street Station, and for the eight hours in between, they photographed their journeys using SEPTA's all-day Independence Pass > more

Civic Design Review Content With One Water Street

Civic Design Review Content With One Water Street

July 9, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Architect explains developments in planning riverfront project, councilwoman stresses the need for greater efforts in promoting homestead exemption, Redevelopment Authority requests proposals for workforce housing, and SEPTA updates on subway weekend pilot program > more

Down The Shore—On The Delaware

Down The Shore—On The Delaware

June 25, 2014  |  Morning Blend

A look at DRWC’s latest pop-up park, SEPTA to not pay up for delinquent property taxes, international tourism numbers up, and some impressive numbers for the summer weekend subway pilot program > more