Posts Tagged ‘University City’

A Call For Open Parking Data And The Better Planning It Allows

A Call For Open Parking Data And The Better Planning It Allows

July 25, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Why we can’t ignore the parking problem any longer, developer to talk loft conversion in South Philly, more student housing in UCity, videographer chronicles Philly’s “Makers,” and all taxis to get cameras > more

Dutch Artists’ Project Set To Explore Philly’s Urban Anthropology

Dutch Artists’ Project Set To Explore Philly’s Urban Anthropology

June 17, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Science Center work brings 1% for public art project about, planners studying use patterns of new Penn’s Landing park, Shirt Corner moves up Market, SugarHouse lawsuit dismissed, and a garage collapses in North Philly > more

New Mural Honors Fallen Firefighters

New Mural Honors Fallen Firefighters

June 10, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Remembering those lost at the 2012 Buck Hosiery tragedy, Oxford Mills to bring education professionals together, University City as the quintessential innovation district, and Poquessing Creek Trail to be paved this year > more

Germantown Seminar Explores The Roles Of Developers & Community

Germantown Seminar Explores The Roles Of Developers & Community

June 5, 2014  |  Morning Blend

In Germantown and West Philly, locals demand more say in development; Penn to renovate building after $7.5 million gift; and Philly hotels highly appreciated in new review comparison > more

Park Officials Considering Re-Burying The President’s House After Years Of Leaks

Park Officials Considering Re-Burying The President’s House After Years Of Leaks

May 22, 2014  |  Morning Blend

The City still to make good on its promises to protect the site, two more community gardens to be preserved, Domus chosen for PHA apartment rehab, a South Philly civic expands, and a look at how Dilworth Plaza is coming along > more