Posts Tagged ‘University of Pennsylvania’

At The Eleventh Hour, Seeking A New Accord At 40th & Pine

At The Eleventh Hour, Seeking A New Accord At 40th & Pine

May 14, 2015  |  Soapbox

Could a last-ditch effort at diplomacy between the University of Pennsylvania and the Woodland Terrace Homeowners Association save the John P. Levy House from demolition? Aaron Wunsch says it can and should be done, though it would take a touch more civic stewardship by the university and an even-keeled willingness to compromise by the neighborhood group > more

Advocates Of Affordable Housing Urge Adoption Of “Flip Tax”

Advocates Of Affordable Housing Urge Adoption Of “Flip Tax”

April 2, 2015  |  Morning Blend

An attempt to double the size of the Housing Trust Fund, illuminating Fabric Row, Clarke irate over state of police and fire fighter facilities, and a symposium on prescriptive landscape architecture > more

Introducing The “Funkier” Side Of Co-Working Spaces

Introducing The “Funkier” Side Of Co-Working Spaces

March 20, 2015  |  Morning Blend

A look at Penn’s plans for its Grays Ferry campus, Brewerytown in transition, and an update to the Philadelphia zoo’s 360 plan > more

Penn Takes

Penn Takes “Collage” Approach To Preservation With Perry World House

March 6, 2015  |  Vantage

Not every historic building in the city can be saved, though total demolition doesn't have to be the final answer either. Co-editor Michael Bixler looks at a third way at Perry World House, now under construction, in conversation with University of Pennsylvania campus architect David Hollenberg > more

Preservation And Contemporary Design For 36th And Walnut

Preservation And Contemporary Design For 36th And Walnut

January 21, 2015  |  Morning Blend

The Ronald O. Perelman Center for Political Science and Economics to open in three years, annual homeless census tonight, Woodford Mansion in need of stewards, and a look the Bicycle Coalition’s goals for 2020 > more