Posts Tagged ‘South Kensington’

Bartram’s Garden Reasserts Itself With $2.7 Million Renovation

Bartram’s Garden Reasserts Itself With $2.7 Million Renovation

July 13, 2016  |  Morning Blend

A ribbon cutting ceremony for tomorrow on the Schuylkill, appeals filed against Blatstein's South Broad tower, more than 50 homes planned on South Kensington block, meerkats amaze with maze, and repositioning old nonprofits for New Philadelphia > more

With Exhibition, Isaiah Zagar Writes

With Exhibition, Isaiah Zagar Writes “Visual Love Letter” To Wife

June 6, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Visual tribute to wife of magic gardener, Independence Visitor Center to get $15 million in upgrades, Project HOME approved for Willard Elementary reuse, and a new mural beneath the El in Fishtown > more

PhillyU Students Rethink East Falls Station

PhillyU Students Rethink East Falls Station

May 25, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Imagining a rebuilt SEPTA station, recalling the fire of 1897, Pennsport residents want dog parks, five more homes for South Kensington, and operator selected for Parks on Tap summer series > more

Brooding Drueding on the Cusp

Brooding Drueding on the Cusp

May 23, 2016  |  The Shadow Knows

For decades, a contiguous eight-and-ten-story complex has loomed over Fifth & Master, a behemoth reminder of the loss of industry. But! The Shadow sees light at the end of the tunnel for the Drueding Brothers building, a.k.a. the Umbrella Factory > more

Some Love For Washington Square's Mid-Century

Some Love For Washington Square’s Mid-Century “Cheese Grater”

May 17, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Lauding a modernist classic in Washington Square, UArts students plan for a green future, the rebirth of Front & Master, and 25K flock to Franklin Square’s light festival > more