Posts Tagged ‘eds and meds’

The Complicated Growth Of CHOP

The Complicated Growth Of CHOP

March 4, 2014  |  Developing Challenges, News

What happens when a growing healthcare institution meets with a growing residential neighborhood at a crucial location for the entire city? The answer, Theresa Everline finds, is quite complicated, in this detailed look at CHOP's expansion on the east side of the South Street Bridge > more

The Multiplying Effects Of Urban Eds-&-Meds

The Multiplying Effects Of Urban Eds-&-Meds

October 14, 2013  |  Morning Blend

Omar Blaik on the economic potential of eds-and-meds buying local; at 2nd & Walnut, how not to do historic preservation; PPA increases fees in order to free up parking spaces, and teens get free passes to several city museums > more

The Mountain Of South Philly

The Mountain Of South Philly

May 29, 2012  |  The Shadow Knows

The Shadow calls the empty Mt. Sinai Hospital in Pennsport "South Philly's Divine Lorraine." He tells us why this monumental building--the city's first Jewish hospital--by architect Louis Magaziner matters > more

Vetting The Options For Philly's Re-Branding

Vetting The Options For Philly’s Re-Branding

January 24, 2012  |  Morning Blend

What will Philly be known for next?, the persistent need for good schools in retaining a population, a sustainability design challenge, and Israeli trees come to life at the Jewish History Museum > more

A U.C. Pep Rally, Of Sorts

A U.C. Pep Rally, Of Sorts

September 20, 2011  |  News

An overview of the big projects and ideas fertilizing the city's "intellectual ecosystem." > more