Posts Tagged ‘Fishtown’

Fading Philadelphia Finds Sanctuary In <em>Sacred Lands</em>

Fading Philadelphia Finds Sanctuary In Sacred Lands

March 22, 2018  |  Art & Design

Artist Drew Leshko traces the history of Fishtown through architectural miniatures in his new exhibition > more

A Powerhouse Of Footwork And Fitness On Delaware Ave

A Powerhouse Of Footwork And Fitness On Delaware Ave

April 18, 2017  |  Preservation

On the outskirts of Fishtown, a dance club and rock climbing gym keep spirits high inside an old 19th century trolley car power station > more

Most Intriguing Projects Of 2016

Most Intriguing Projects Of 2016

December 21, 2016  |  Architecture

With dozens of projects to choose from, contributor Hilary Jay, founder of Design Philadelphia, selects 11 outstanding examples of new construction, adaptive reuse, and public amenities completed this year > more

PhillyRow Project Colors The Row House With Love

PhillyRow Project Colors The Row House With Love

October 7, 2016  |  Art & Design

The PhillyRow project brings pride and connection to neighborhood row house design with a coloring book for kids and an interpretive research exhibition. Tyler Horst has the story > more

Good, Bad, and Ugly: A Survey of Fishtown's New Construction

Good, Bad, and Ugly: A Survey of Fishtown’s New Construction

May 20, 2016  |  Architecture

As Fishtown struggles to keep up with its growing reknown, developers have likewise tried to keep up with housing demand. Frankford Avenue alone looks drastically different than it did just five years ago, and on streets big and small throughout the neighborhood, new homes have sprouted like weeds. With the fourth and final installment of Fishtown Week, we survey the new housing that has grown—and continues to grow—the neighborhood > more