Posts Tagged ‘Washington Square West’

Of Junk Mail And Murder: The Busy Life Of The Miles Building

Of Junk Mail And Murder: The Busy Life Of The Miles Building

February 16, 2015  |  The Shadow Knows

The Miles Building has worn more hats than a coat rack in its 115 years on 11th Street. The Shadow peels back the stately facade of this industrial hold out in Washington Square West and the view is full of commerce and scandal > more

Athenæum Steps Into The 21st Century With

Athenæum Steps Into The 21st Century With “Looking Forward”

December 5, 2014  |  Buzz

The Athenæum of Philadelphia celebrates its 200 year anniversary with an awards ceremony and exhibition opening of their visionary design competition, "Looking Forward" > more

On Improving Urban-Suburban Relations

On Improving Urban-Suburban Relations

November 24, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Giving thanks for living in a great Greater Philadelphia, developer promises a catalyst for renewal of one South Philly neighborhood, Waverly Court units to double, and a warehouse-to-residential > more

With Demolition Likely, RIP Dewey's Famous

With Demolition Likely, RIP Dewey’s Famous

August 11, 2014  |  Vantage

Bob Skiba reviews the pathbreaking LBGTQ history of Dewey's Famous coffee shop on 13th Street in Center City. The unusual one story building may be demolished > more

Reconnecting With The Schuylkill

Reconnecting With The Schuylkill

June 6, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Advocating top design for the Schuylkill Banks (and banks), redesigning the Manayunk Canal boardwalk, Wash Square West residents not too keen with proposed NID, and the ruined Lincoln Apartments switch hands > more