Posts Tagged ‘Washington Square West’

Unlisted Philadelphia: Substation #7

Unlisted Philadelphia: Substation #7

August 23, 2016  |  Vantage

Ben Leech spotlights unique and significant buildings not listed on the Philadelphia Register of Historic Places with his architectural illustration series, Unlisted Philadelphia. With this installment, an electrical substation in Art Deco disguise > more

Toll Brothers Wants to Tear Down Part of Jewelers Row; Here's The Basics & What You Can Do *Updated*

Toll Brothers Wants to Tear Down Part of Jewelers Row; Here’s The Basics & What You Can Do *Updated*

August 12, 2016  |  News

Yesterday's news that Toll Brothers has applied for a demolition permit for about one-eighth of Jewelers Row has stunned Philadelphians. We look at the underlying facts of the case and answer the question, "What can I do?" > more

The Fabulous House Of Mrs. Fox

The Fabulous House Of Mrs. Fox

June 6, 2016  |  The Shadow Knows

The Shadow walks us through the origins of a pleasantly peculiar mansion in Washington Square West > more

America's First Animal Shelter To Expand Historic Facility

America’s First Animal Shelter To Expand Historic Facility

May 13, 2016  |  News, Walk the Walk

Contributor Joe Brin checks in at Morris Animal Refuge where big plans to modernize the 142-year-old shelter are currently in the works > more

Secrets Of A House Of Cadavers, Reanimated As Condos

Secrets Of A House Of Cadavers, Reanimated As Condos

May 9, 2016  |  The Shadow Knows

Hard to believe that Thomas Jefferson University's mammoth, ever-expanding healthcare system was once a tiny obscure medical school. The Shadow give us the diagnosis on Jefferson's old Institute of Anatomy at 11th and Clinton Streets, where the school gained momentum and notoriety > more