Posts Tagged ‘Frank Furness’

On 40th Street, New Life For A Long-Hidden Furness

On 40th Street, New Life For A Long-Hidden Furness

October 18, 2017  |  Vantage

What's it take to restore this early Furness? Hidden City talks to developer Tom Lussenhop about the tear-down disaster ongoing across the city and his plans for the former West Philadelphia Institute > more

Defining

Defining “Historic Fishtown”

May 17, 2016  |  Vantage

With no end in sight to the real estate boom transforming neighborhoods across Philadelphia, perhaps no single neighborhood represents the recurring conflicts between development and historic preservation than Fishtown. Brad Maule launches a four-part series on the topic with this profile of the neighborhood's properties on the Philadelphia Register of Historic Places > more

Naming The Nameless On Lincoln Drive

Naming The Nameless On Lincoln Drive

February 5, 2016  |  Vantage

An eye-catching installation of t-shirts on Lincoln Drive aims to give a name to each of the victims of the city's gun violence. Brad Maule visits the historic Unitarian Society of Germantown and soaks in a heavy and cathartic experience > more

Mister 1801 Of Delancey Place

Mister 1801 Of Delancey Place

July 8, 2015  |  Vantage

Philadelphia leads the nation in off beat residential window displays. In neighborhoods like East Passyunk and Point Breeze it is almost a requirement, be it a quirky collection of ceramic dolphins and family photos, Beanie Babies, religious iconography, or Phillies memorabilia and the family pet. One such display on Delancey Place in Rittenhouse Square stops pedestrians square in their tracks with a bronze gladiator statue and an endearing commitment to wit. Hidden City contributor Karen Chernick takes a peek behind the bay window to give us the story of Mister 1801 > more

Temple Planning Major Re-landscaping Of Main Campus

Temple Planning Major Re-landscaping Of Main Campus

April 1, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Temple to redo walkways, Knight names new round of grantees, a petition for zoning changes for a Furness church, and a century of the Italian Market > more