Posts Tagged ‘Society Hill’

Toll Brothers Scale Back Plans For Society Hill Playhouse Replacement

Toll Brothers Scale Back Plans For Society Hill Playhouse Replacement

January 28, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Toll Brothers changes plans for Society Hill Playhouse replacement, Squilla’s music venue scheme elicits backlash, half a million dollars to help returning citizens and spruce up vacant lots, and connecting South Philly neighborhoods through practical playgrounds > more

More Losses On The Preservation Front & One Thing That Really Must Be Saved

More Losses On The Preservation Front & One Thing That Really Must Be Saved

December 17, 2015  |  Soapbox

The eleventh hour of our annual fundraising campaign is here and we are only two-thirds towards meeting our goal. Historic preservationist Aaron Wunsch calls Hidden City an indispensable, cultural resource covering Philadelphia's shifting built environment and explains why you should make a contribution today > more

Spiritual Firebrand Of The Revolutionary War Immortalized In Wood

Spiritual Firebrand Of The Revolutionary War Immortalized In Wood

November 2, 2015  |  Walk the Walk

A forgotten minister is honored with 100 year old stump sculpture at Old Pine Street Presbyterian Church > more

New Study Reconsiders Effects Of Gentrification In Philly

New Study Reconsiders Effects Of Gentrification In Philly

October 30, 2015  |  Morning Blend

New study counters claims of gentrification’s tendency to displace Philly residents, water fountains coming to Kelly Drive, and sliding through the Nutter years > more

Initial Concepts For A Revamped Headhouse Square Revealed

Initial Concepts For A Revamped Headhouse Square Revealed

July 30, 2015  |  Morning Blend

A gateway planned for the Headhouse Shambles, Feibush still with more fight in him for 20th and Wharton proposal, fishing and the city, and crafting some of the world’s best guitars in Fishtown > more