Posts Tagged ‘Callowhill Neighborhood Association’

For Callowhill Neighborhood, Whose BIDing Will Be Done?

For Callowhill Neighborhood, Whose BIDing Will Be Done?

April 12, 2019  |  Urbanism

Longtime Callowhill residents and real estate developers clash over the creation of a Business Improvement District as the neighborhood begins to transition. Kimberly Haas has the story > more

Assumption Ruling Keeps Legal Wheels Turning

Assumption Ruling Keeps Legal Wheels Turning

November 21, 2013  |  Preservation

The latest ruling pushes the case back to the Court of Common Pleas. Owner John Wei may have to submit a new hardship argument to be allowed to demolish the monumental church > more

The Viaduct At The Heart Of Her Life And Art

The Viaduct At The Heart Of Her Life And Art

October 29, 2013  |  Art & Design

Perhaps no one is more responsible for the vision of transforming the Reading Viaduct into a civic space and park than the acclaimed painter Sarah McEneaney. Nathaniel Popkin talks with McEneaney at Locks Gallery, where the painter's Viaduct-centered work comes together in "Trestletown" > more

Saturday's Party For The Viaduct Underscores Progress, Exposes Challenges

Saturday’s Party For The Viaduct Underscores Progress, Exposes Challenges

September 12, 2013  |  Art & Design

With public support building, Saturday's Rally for the Rail Park block party culminates a year of progress toward a Reading Viaduct Park. Key questions linger, however, as Nathaniel Popkin reports > more

Critical Day Tomorrow For Two Major Preservation Cases

Critical Day Tomorrow For Two Major Preservation Cases

February 21, 2013  |  Preservation

Ruling on Church of the Assumption to be announced followed by final arguments on the Levy Leas mansion at 40th and Pine. Both buildings face the wreaking ball > more