Posts Tagged ‘Temple University’

Testing The Gentrification Narrative At Temple University

Testing The Gentrification Narrative At Temple University

May 4, 2016  |  Vantage

Development and displacement go hand-in-hand, but every situation is unique and gentrification isn't always an entirely accurate assessment. Contributor David Hilbert takes a look at the North Philadelphia neighborhood surrounding Temple University where new construction for student housing is putting pressure on long time residents > more

PMA Enters The Tablet Age

PMA Enters The Tablet Age

May 3, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Touring the PMA with its new tablet app, grant money to illuminate Manayunk Bridge Trail, HUD to dole out $43 million to combat homelessness around Philly, and a new rendering shows off the top of Temple’s next library > more

Touring The Divine Lorraine

Touring The Divine Lorraine

April 21, 2016  |  Morning Blend

A tour of the renovations inside the Divine Lorraine, bank building in Roxoborugh deemed historic, 900 trees being planted this weekend, RiverLink Ferry trades hands, and Temple breaks ground on new library > more

Cars Losing Their Clout On South Street West

Cars Losing Their Clout On South Street West

April 11, 2016  |  Morning Blend

How South Street West became a pedestrian’s haven, Smith Playground to get an adult jungle gym, planning begins on a safer Roosevelt Boulevard, work begins on pocket park on Ridge Avenue, and weekend security patrols augmented at Temple > more

Bartram's Garden Farmhouse To Reopen Friday

Bartram’s Garden Farmhouse To Reopen Friday

March 29, 2016  |  Morning Blend

John Bartram’s farmhouse ready for reopening after renovations, Temple hires architects for stadium design, Garden Square renderings released, and infill mansions for South 3rd Street > more