Posts Tagged ‘Washington Avenue’

Indego Starts Its Second Year

Indego Starts Its Second Year

April 22, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Indego to expand, more renderings of Broad & Washington’s eventual transformation, and the underselling of Philly’s real estate values > more

CDC To Celebrate Half Century Of Protecting And Enriching Chinatown

CDC To Celebrate Half Century Of Protecting And Enriching Chinatown

April 19, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Chinatown CDC turns 50, fire protection measure advances in Council, locally based restaurant chain supporting Philly’s creative scene, Ryan Howard’s name likely to grace new Urban Youth Academy, and the misguided development of Washington Ave > more

Embracing The Quirky Confines Of Trinity Homes

Embracing The Quirky Confines Of Trinity Homes

March 15, 2016  |  Morning Blend

A look inside Philly’s answer to the tiny home phenomenon, more residential planned for Broad & Washington, 43.3% of Philadelphians live in “distressed” areas, more student housing for Powelton Village, do-it-yourself block cleaning, and repair work begins on vandalized Andorra school grounds > more

Artist Leroy Johnson Preserves Heart Of West Philly

Artist Leroy Johnson Preserves Heart Of West Philly

February 29, 2016  |  Morning Blend

An exhibit chronicles the West Philadelphia beneath the El, big boxes coming to deindustrialized Fairhill, and parking garage coming to Washington Avenue > more

Two Decades Of Stephen Starr

Two Decades Of Stephen Starr

September 8, 2015  |  Morning Blend

The Continental’s continued success, City Hall west portal gate to be unveiled, no Cathedral Village in Andorra, Streets Dept clarifies on Washington Ave restriping, and SEPTA adds to West Philly trolley schedule > more