Posts Tagged ‘Temple University’

After Trade, Bourse Business Model To Tempt Techies

After Trade, Bourse Business Model To Tempt Techies

February 4, 2016  |  Morning Blend

New owners to position Bourse building as tech start-up magnet, the PR game that Temple needs to play for its stadium, Mt. Airy USA’s Philadelphia Immigrant Innovation Hub to launch tonight, and a post-storm sneckdown breakdown > more

Central Business District Is Headed West, Says Real Estate Analyst

Central Business District Is Headed West, Says Real Estate Analyst

January 27, 2016  |  Morning Blend

UCity as the office district of the next generation, grant to redefine “civic engagement” in Germantown, architect talks Temple library design inspiration and challenges, and some residents still await for the plowing of their streets > more

Snøhetta Releases Renderings Of New Temple Library

Snøhetta Releases Renderings Of New Temple Library

January 26, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Snøhetta releases plans for Temple’s state-of-the-art library, Blatstein eyes mixed-use complex for Foxwoods parcel, Historic Fair Hill burial ground to expand programming, and how one civic is cracking down on illegal trash dumping > more

Last Wild Winter On The Viaduct

Last Wild Winter On The Viaduct

January 25, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Neighbors ready for Viaduct Rail Park, Temple to introduce cultural exchange program with Chinese university, Philly meets Winter Storm Jonas, and Mormons announce Temple dedication date > more

Lost Buildings Of 2015

Lost Buildings Of 2015

January 4, 2016  |  Vantage

As Philadelphia heads into a wide open year with a new administration at the helm of the city, Hidden City takes one last look at 2015. Our fifth annual Lost Buildings list is presented here by Daily co-editor Brad Maule > more