Posts Tagged ‘Buck Hosiery’

A Neighborhood Son Takes On The

A Neighborhood Son Takes On The “White Elephant”

January 15, 2013  |  Development

Bromley mill owner Jesse Munoz weighs the community's reaction to his initial plans for the long empty building--a conversation that's intensified since the loss of the adjacent Buck Hosiery mill. In this initial "Behind the Facade," writer Nic Esposito finds Munoz at work inside the building. Illustrations by Ben Leech > more

Lost Buildings Of 2012

Lost Buildings Of 2012

January 2, 2013  |  Uncategorized

A look back at ten remarkable historic structures torn down last year > more

When Northern Liberties Burned

When Northern Liberties Burned

April 16, 2012  |  Uncategorized

The Inquirer's Stephan Salisbury remembers the primal fear of the Swoboda Tannery fire of 1990, one of a series of fires big and small that leveled chunks of the Northern Liberties > more

RIP, Buck, From Your Neighbor Viking Mills

RIP, Buck, From Your Neighbor Viking Mills

April 13, 2012  |  Photography, Uncategorized

With a vigil for the lost and injured firefighters and neighborhood scheduled for Sunday at 6PM, we send this offering of love > more

Let's Get To Work

Let’s Get To Work

April 12, 2012  |  Preservation

If we want buildings like Buck Hosiery to be assets rather than catastrophic liabilities then we need to create preservation tools for workplaces, mills, and factories. With another historically important mill sitting vulnerable across the street, the imperative is now, says Nathaniel Popkin > more