Posts Tagged ‘Washington Square West’

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

A Look Inside Gilded Age Parkside

A Look Inside Gilded Age Parkside

April 18, 2014  |  Morning Blend

A tour of a nearly intact Victorian mansion in West Philly, two civics explore the possibility of creating improvement districts, Stotesbury Gateway to be remade, and cleaning up Clark Park > more

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