Posts Tagged ‘Temple University’

Windows Into An Artist Surge Near Temple

Windows Into An Artist Surge Near Temple

April 10, 2014  |  Vantage

At Ninth & Dauphin, the Window Factory maintains its industrial past while bridging the artistic present on the edge of Temple University's North Philadelphia dominion. Philly History Truck curator Erin Bernard looks into the challenges developers face in preserving and adapting old factory buildings in transitioning neighborhoods > more

Revisions For Clark Park Mixed-Use Development Presented To Community

Revisions For Clark Park Mixed-Use Development Presented To Community

April 1, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Modern meets Victorian in Spruce Hill, anti-gentrification concerns in North Central, urbanists’ lessons from Memphis, and a Walnut Street building changes hands > more

Were Philly's KOZs DOA?

Were Philly’s KOZs DOA?

March 31, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Debating the worth of the Philly’s Keystone Opportunity Zones, the story of Temple University’s temple, debating the worth of the Philly’s Keystone Opportunity Zones, Jefferson University to take over former steakhouse, and Mt Airy to plant some trees > 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

Oak Lane Art Deco Bank Waits Patiently For Reuse

Oak Lane Art Deco Bank Waits Patiently For Reuse

March 24, 2014  |  Morning Blend

The promise that is the Beneficial Savings bank at Broad & Chew Streets, a look at what TEDx has to offer, the ZooBalloon to rise again, and trail planners to get better numbers this spring > more