Posts Tagged ‘small streets’

Philly's Flag Obsession, In Two Parts

Philly’s Flag Obsession, In Two Parts

October 2, 2015  |  Vantage

The 1100 block of Rodman Street's 14 year flag project has a strange prequel in the work of another Rodman, the son of John Wanamaker > more

The Public-Minded Pedestrian Street

The Public-Minded Pedestrian Street

February 13, 2014  |  Vantage

In part two of his two-part series on pedestrian streets, Oscar Beisert takes a look at the kind built on purpose: post-Civil War thoroughfares on foot meant to beautify and improve the city's streetscape > more

Pedestrian Streets: Past, Present, and Future Footways

Pedestrian Streets: Past, Present, and Future Footways

January 30, 2014  |  Vantage

Across Philadelphia, thoroughfares as old as Walnut Street and as new as Martin Luther King Drive lead us where we're going. But, as Oscar Beisert uncovers, tucked in between them and dating back to the time of William Penn are small, pedestrian alleys and courts > more

Maplewood Mall Makeover, Coming Soon To Germantown

Maplewood Mall Makeover, Coming Soon To Germantown

June 26, 2013  |  News

Half a block from Germantown & Chelten Avenues—the heart of Germantown—an urban renewal era pedestrian oriented mall hopes for a rebirth. Devon McReynolds takes a look at the City's plans for Maplewood Mall > more

My Favorite Place: 800 Block of N. Orkney

My Favorite Place: 800 Block of N. Orkney

July 27, 2012  |  My Favorite Place

Join us as we take a stroll down one of Northern Liberties' back streets that feels more like a country lane > more