Posts Tagged ‘Ben Franklin Parkway’

The New Life Of The Old Family Court (And Its Murals)

The New Life Of The Old Family Court (And Its Murals)

June 25, 2014  |  News

When the Family Court relocates to its new building on LOVE Park later this year, it will vacate the French-inspired structure on Logan Square it's called home for over 70 years. Max Ufberg digs in to see what will become of the New Deal-era murals, as well as a looming sculpture of a prominent judge, when the building is reborn as a luxury hotel > more

A First Visit, A First Year: The Barnes On The Parkway, A Photo Essay

A First Visit, A First Year: The Barnes On The Parkway, A Photo Essay

May 3, 2013  |  Last Light

Accompanying Ben Leech to preview the Ellsworth Kelly exhibition, Brad Maule makes his first visit to the Barnes Foundation on the Parkway. This photo essay presents his first impressions > more

Fleisher Architecture Memorial: Remembering The Woman Who Crafted The Parkway House, 60 Years Later

Fleisher Architecture Memorial: Remembering The Woman Who Crafted The Parkway House, 60 Years Later

April 16, 2013  |  Vantage

On the Ben Franklin Parkway, a benchmark building by one of Philadelphia's first female architects is about to turn 60. Fátima Olivieri tells its story. > more

Removing Highways And Stitching Squares

Removing Highways And Stitching Squares

December 9, 2011  |  Possible City

The campaign to remove 3 miles of I-95 through Center City and putting a lid on a small section I-676 through Logan Square > more