Posts Tagged ‘South Street’

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

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