Posts Tagged ‘52nd Street’

Global Media’s Tour Of Philly To Draw Connections With Pope, Church

Global Media’s Tour Of Philly To Draw Connections With Pope, Church

August 26, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Preeminent tour guide preparing for global media, the Commerce Department coming through with kiosks on 52nd Street, lackluster infill by Clark Park, and life after the Fringe Fest > more

Historically Designated Rowhouse Receives Extensive and Modern Renovation

Historically Designated Rowhouse Receives Extensive and Modern Renovation

August 10, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Long-term planning for one Center City renovation, trekking through the East Park Reservoir, 52nd street meter poles to be decorated with fresh paint, and some pilgrims to sleep on retired Navy ship > more

Philadelphia’s Blooming Roofs Are Booming

Philadelphia’s Blooming Roofs Are Booming

April 22, 2015  |  Morning Blend

The advantages of green roofing, 52nd Street reaches back to its former vitality, a high-tech bench for Independence Mall, and a look inside Indego’s HQ > more

New Report Calls For

New Report Calls For “Equitable Development,” Offers Policy Recommendations

February 19, 2015  |  Morning Blend

"Beyond Gentrification Toward Equitable Neighborhoods,” Fishtown approves Frankford Ave project, Temple to demolish William Penn High, an accidental “ice palace” on 52nd Street, and Bob Brady procures a Veteran’s Day parade > 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