Posts Tagged ‘South Street’

“Funky-Cool Spaces” Attract Creative Firms To Midtown Village

“Funky-Cool Spaces” Attract Creative Firms To Midtown Village

October 8, 2014  |  Morning Blend

What the Biddle Building’s reuse says about the state of Midtown Village, Rina Cutler on how to fight councilmanic prerogative, The Sansom snatched up by New York firm, and Morley on the proto-Grays Ferry Triangle > more

Reusing & Revisiting Eastern State

Reusing & Revisiting Eastern State

May 7, 2014  |  Morning Blend

A look at last week’s reunion of former inmates and staff at ESP, long-overdue work rules changes split Philly unions, urban farming rerooting refugee communities in Philly, and keeping South Street Safe with surveillance cameras > more

Transformation Fit For A Queen (Village)

Transformation Fit For A Queen (Village)

April 21, 2014  |  Walk the Walk

Sixteen years after the opening of Beau Monde, at Sixth and Bainbridge, the corner's evolution is near complete. Joe Brin has the story > more

Significant Renovations Coming To Two Center City Apartment Complexes

Significant Renovations Coming To Two Center City Apartment Complexes

April 7, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Aimco to re-work Park Towne Place and the Sterling, phase 1 for viaduct work, renderings for Broad & South development, Sànchez for tax assistance, and delinquent Philly mapped > more

SEPTA Serious On Preservation Of Shawmont Station

SEPTA Serious On Preservation Of Shawmont Station

March 28, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Roxborough historical treasure in early stages of preservation, steering committee to guide new Germantown beautification initiative, Silk Companies’ plans for two condo buildings at 13th & South, and no billboard overhaul expected for this spring > more