Posts Tagged ‘Fairmount’

Claiming Fraud, Owner Of Metropolitan Opera House Seeks To Dissolve Ties To Eric Blumenfeld

Claiming Fraud, Owner Of Metropolitan Opera House Seeks To Dissolve Ties To Eric Blumenfeld

March 3, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Church group says developer misrepresented himself, a transatlantic discussion for the Lehigh Viaduct’s reuse, Maxfield Tower completed in Fairmount, and nearly 4 million PA residents at risk in event of “bomb train” derailment > more

Inquirer Investigation Suggests L&I Reforms Are Not Happening

Inquirer Investigation Suggests L&I Reforms Are Not Happening

February 23, 2015  |  Morning Blend

An “illegal demolition” in Fairmount, artists as economic drivers, admiring an Italian bank in South Philly, and esoteric street names explained > more

Storefront Property Owner Faces Possible Order Of Possession By Court In Wissahickon

Storefront Property Owner Faces Possible Order Of Possession By Court In Wissahickon

January 12, 2015  |  Morning Blend

A conservatorship battle brews in Wissahickon, Blumenfeld eyes colorful building on North Broad, Spanish immersion pre-school to open next month, and the tricky sale of 1818 Market gets trickier > more

City For Families? Millennial Parents Say So

City For Families? Millennial Parents Say So

October 28, 2014  |  Vantage

If schools are a key to retaining families, what is Philadelphia to do? Quite a lot, says David Feldman, who takes us inside the parent and community-led movement to invest in ten public elementary schools > more

The Dalian & Real Estate Determinism

The Dalian & Real Estate Determinism

September 3, 2014  |  Morning Blend

What The Dalian on Fairmount says about the Philly market, Fringe Arts president happy to have a sedentary HQ, Market East to become Jefferson Station, and CDR critiques Temple-area proposal > more