Posts Tagged ‘Sustainability’

East Passyunk's King of Jeans Deposed, Exiled To Northern Liberties

East Passyunk’s King of Jeans Deposed, Exiled To Northern Liberties

February 6, 2015  |  Morning Blend

An iconic sign in South Philadelphia removed, Dranoff to develop 73 condos for Two Liberty Place, Reynolds-Brown wants more green roofs, stalled redevelopment in Spruce Hill, and Philly firm dedicated to “creative” office spaces > more

At Philly U, Building Amber Long's Legacy

At Philly U, Building Amber Long’s Legacy

January 19, 2015  |  Buzz

One year since the savage murder of the young architect Amber Long, Philly U looks to carry on her work--and her impact. On this day of service, here's one way to give, says Nathaniel Popkin > more

It’s 2015, So Just How Green Is Philly?

It’s 2015, So Just How Green Is Philly?

January 14, 2015  |  Morning Blend

A post-green initiative evaluation, regarding the Curtis Center’s recently finalized plans for its $125 million renovation, a plea to fill an Aramark Tower front, and a lit Lit Brothers set for next week > more

New PMA Exhibit Highlights Works Of African American Artists From Permanent Collection

New PMA Exhibit Highlights Works Of African American Artists From Permanent Collection

January 13, 2015  |  Morning Blend

“Represent” promotes the museum’s African American Art collection, Cindy Bass interested in municipal composting problem, and trekking through Philly’s housing projects > more

Investing In Schools To Maintain Mt Airy’s Diversity

Investing In Schools To Maintain Mt Airy’s Diversity

October 15, 2014  |  Morning Blend

CDC seeks to pioneer new means of neighborhood diversification, some think Land Bank plan not explicit enough, why it took the Union League a century to install a ceiling, mixed-use in Queen Village, and a skyscraper sustainability race announced > more