Posts Tagged ‘Washington Square West’

Vacant Buildings: “Imminently Dangerous,” Yet Conditionally Demolished

Vacant Buildings: “Imminently Dangerous,” Yet Conditionally Demolished

March 17, 2014  |  Morning Blend

L&I cannot afford demolition of a third of buildings on most dangerous list, from Gladstone yo Khan-crete at 11th & Pine, concerns grow over leaking concourse beneath Broad Street, and wi-fi use increasing in LFP branches > more

Long In Limbo, Renovation Now Likely At Lincoln Building

Long In Limbo, Renovation Now Likely At Lincoln Building

November 15, 2013  |  News

After years of legal wrangling following a 2006 fire, renovation is finally beginning on the Wash West landmark. Christopher Mote unravels the story of law suits, fraud claims, and rulings by a special rabbinical court > more

A Piece Of Wild West History In Historic Wash West

A Piece Of Wild West History In Historic Wash West

June 24, 2013  |  The Shadow Knows

What do an Episcopalian missioner, the plight of 19th century Native Americans, and a double wide mansion on Spruce Street have in common? The Shadow Knows > more

Blazing Ballerinas And A Rampaging Elephant At 807 Walnut Street

Blazing Ballerinas And A Rampaging Elephant At 807 Walnut Street

May 7, 2013  |  Harry K's Encyclopedia

Harry K. takes a look at 807 Walnut Street, once a popular place of entertainment that, sadly, saw much death and destruction in the second half of the nineteenth century, and which, as a parking lot today, offers nothing to commend itself > more

In Wash West, Pioneering Project For Senior Housing

In Wash West, Pioneering Project For Senior Housing

February 19, 2013  |  News

The 13th Street mixed use project, the brainchild of Gay News publisher Mark Segal, is only the second of its kind to focus on the housing needs of elderly LGBT residents. Construction is underway > more