Posts Tagged ‘South Philadelphia’

Transcendental Renovation

Transcendental Renovation

April 8, 2014  |  Vantage

In South Philly, where Pennsport blends into Whitman, a Cambodian Buddhist community blends into a fabric with Christian and Judaic roots. Michael Bixler has this essay of the Preah Buddah Rangsey Temple > more

Trial Pedestrian Plaza Coming To Graduate Hospital This Summer

Trial Pedestrian Plaza Coming To Graduate Hospital This Summer

March 27, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Grays Ferry Triangle to act as dual-gateway, the design imperative within public transport, Philly still growing, and a South Philly shopping center swaps hands > more

Senator Casey Raises Hopes That North Central Will Get $30 Million Federal Grant

Senator Casey Raises Hopes That North Central Will Get $30 Million Federal Grant

March 25, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Norris Apartments to come down eventually, South Philadelphia’s “Bloody Angle,” snowy winter brings a library to PHL and building delays to NoLibs, and an all-in-one bike data map > more

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

Clarke Announces “Bold” Plan To Slow Gentrification

Clarke Announces “Bold” Plan To Slow Gentrification

March 18, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Mayoral hopeful introduces his vision for more affordable housing units, Church of the Advocate hosts anti-gentrification meetings, casino applicant offers to purchase old Food Distribution Center lot, and offices for sale on South 11th > more