Posts Tagged ‘student housing’

Anti-Student Housing Bill Stripped Of Most Restrictions

Anti-Student Housing Bill Stripped Of Most Restrictions

December 3, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Town and gown brouhaha in Rittenhouse, the universality of the Prometheus story, and variances sought for old Sound of Market building, and bemoaning underused downtown space > more

Considerate Italianate Intervention In Powelton Village

Considerate Italianate Intervention In Powelton Village

November 3, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Student housing addition maintains Victorian legacy, mixed-use coming to "long troubled lot" near Pat's Steaks, a petition for statewide ride-sharing, and the groundbreaking for Manayunk's Bridge Trail > more

Evolution And Influence At Penn's Hill College House

Evolution And Influence At Penn’s Hill College House

January 22, 2014  |  Vantage

St. Louis got the Gateway Arch. New York got the TWA Flight Center and DC got Dulles. But Philadelphia? Eero Saarinen gave us the challenging Hill College House at Penn. Fátima Olivieri examines the influence of the modernist's 1960 women's dormitory, now a coed facility > more

Private Developer Breaks Ground For $100 Million Apartment Complex Near Temple

Private Developer Breaks Ground For $100 Million Apartment Complex Near Temple

November 20, 2012  |  Morning Blend

More student housing for Temple, talking Divine Lorraine with Eric Blumenfeld, imagining a safe and efficient roundabout in Mount Airy, and home theft still lingers > more

Drexel To Greatly Bolster Housing Accommodations

Drexel To Greatly Bolster Housing Accommodations

February 6, 2012  |  Morning Blend

New student housing to assist in Drexel's goals, a review of the van Gogh exhibit, new SEPTA tracks in NoLibs, counting Philly's bikes, and a documentary premiere > more