Posts Tagged ‘Washington Avenue’

Washington Ave’s Antiquated Zoning Stymies Development

Washington Ave’s Antiquated Zoning Stymies Development

January 27, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Supermarket beats proposed development, Drexel set to demolish UCHS, photography in Mt. Airy, and CDCs might return to days of more tax credits > more

Furness Church Escapes Demolition, Will Be Reused For School Space

Furness Church Escapes Demolition, Will Be Reused For School Space

January 23, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Penn professor preserves Episcopal Church of the Atonement, a remnant from the early days of the Lincoln Highway, SOSNA considered Washington Ave mixed use, and some "Vintage Vaudeville" on display at the Barnes > more

Councilman Clarke Pushes For Department of Planning And Development

Councilman Clarke Pushes For Department of Planning And Development

December 10, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Bill would create a cabinet-level department of planning and development, anticipating a residential revival along West Washington Avenue, Drexel student irked at Fry’s priorities, and a community meeting for LOVE Park redesign > more

Improvements Possible For The Schuylkill Boardwalk

Improvements Possible For The Schuylkill Boardwalk

October 16, 2014  |  Morning Blend

How to upgrade the successful trail extension, Temple investing in its athletic programs once more, developer slowly selling houses in Somertown, and lackluster restriping plans for Washington Avenue > more

Yorktown Residents Still Hoping To Prevent Sale Of William Penn High To Temple

Yorktown Residents Still Hoping To Prevent Sale Of William Penn High To Temple

July 15, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Coalition says the SRC had no right to forgo state law, pondering the right number of Philly taxis, first signs of a Moyamensing Ave revival, and Shakespeare coming to the Northwest > more