Posts Tagged ‘West Philadelphia’

Advocacy Group To Urge Lawmakers To End “Lingering” Zoning Variances

Advocacy Group To Urge Lawmakers To End “Lingering” Zoning Variances

April 15, 2014  |  Morning Blend

CDAG to work towards “reasonable sunset provisions” on waterfront development proposals, the promise of the Mantua Promise Zone, Charles Willson Peale and the revolutionary museum imperative, SEPTA to test all-night subway service this summer, and cherries blossoming in Chestnut Hill > more

Revisions For Clark Park Mixed-Use Development Presented To Community

Revisions For Clark Park Mixed-Use Development Presented To Community

April 1, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Modern meets Victorian in Spruce Hill, anti-gentrification concerns in North Central, urbanists’ lessons from Memphis, and a Walnut Street building changes hands > more

Postgreen To Bring Some “Awesomeness” To Fishtown

Postgreen To Bring Some “Awesomeness” To Fishtown

March 21, 2014  |  Morning Blend

The environmentally conscious development firm teams up with NKCDC, PA Chief Justice okays public art expenditures for Family Court, Salvation Army to donate land for memorial park, wandering into Powelton’s past, and a Philly-centric Instagram Hall of Fame > more

The Future Of 52nd Street, Seen From The Inside

The Future Of 52nd Street, Seen From The Inside

March 20, 2014  |  Vantage

Steve Ives grew up in Haddington and has spent most of his life in West Philadelphia. Now that he's living just off of 52nd Street, he considers whether West Philly's Main Street, long the line where gentrification stops, could become its next corridor > more

Philly Market Well Positioned For The Near-Term, Says Expert Panel

Philly Market Well Positioned For The Near-Term, Says Expert Panel

March 3, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Investment looks promising moving ahead, some counterintuitive thoughts on urban congestion, what The Inky can still serve up, a controversial dog park proposed in Spring Garden, and the remnants of a trolley car empire > more