Posts Tagged ‘South Broad Street’

No Loss Of Dignity At Tindley Temple

No Loss Of Dignity At Tindley Temple

March 24, 2014  |  News

The AIA has awarded its Landmark Building of the Year for 2014 to Tindley Temple, the historic African American church on the Avenue of the Arts. The award is for more than architecture. It comes just as church officials are exploring strategies to survive > more

A “Glass Needle” Proposed By Independence Hall

A “Glass Needle” Proposed By Independence Hall

March 12, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Developer says demand is there for “ultra-luxury,” a large game of Tetris in UCity next month, Dranoff showing unfinished Southstar Lofts, South Philly civic expects art installation to begin this summer, and writing on the El > more

The Best Yet From Dranoff

The Best Yet From Dranoff

February 7, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Why the "long-legged" Spruce Street building gets it right, shuttered Alexander Wilson Elementary to go residential, Black History Month exhibition in Chestnut Hill, and tax help sites open across the city > more

East Passyunk Gateway To Be Unveiled To Public

East Passyunk Gateway To Be Unveiled To Public

January 28, 2014  |  Morning Blend

A $500K grant for East Passyunk project, a modest proposal for LOVE Park, incentivizing off-street parking, and SEPTA fights the cold > more

Proposal Would Do Away With Cars On Bainbridge In Queen Village

Proposal Would Do Away With Cars On Bainbridge In Queen Village

January 7, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Another vision for Queen Village public space, new charter school to open today, the beauty of urban grit, Blatstein purchase good news for proposed arts market, and eminent domain in West Philly > more