Posts Tagged ‘G-Ho’

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

Finding Sanctuary In A Converted Church

Finding Sanctuary In A Converted Church

December 12, 2013  |  News

In a neighborhood where too many historic churches have met the wrecking ball and been replaced by uninspired and expensive homes, the former St. Anthony of Padua Roman Catholic Church (later Greater St. Matthew Baptist Church) will live on. Christopher Mote reports on the rebranded Sanctuary Lofts, under conversion now > more

Charting What's Next At The Royal Theater—Again

Charting What’s Next At The Royal Theater—Again

November 12, 2013  |  News

With an Act 135 petition to give conservatorship to developer Ori Feibush looming and a state grant gone, Universal Companies' drive to redevelop the Royal Theater has a renewed urgency. Bradley Maule talks with project adviser Carl Dranoff and others about the challenges ahead, after a Monday night public meeting > more

As Infill Row House Projects Abound, A Designer Weighs The Issues

As Infill Row House Projects Abound, A Designer Weighs The Issues

August 22, 2013  |  Vantage

Bloated, super-sized row houses are the norm in new construction. Reviewing several new projects, Fátima Olivieri explores the design issues and the causes underlying this trend > more

G-Ho High Five

G-Ho High Five

July 17, 2013  |  News

Though G-Ho has exploded with development over the past ten years, much of it has been lackluster in design. With a five-story proposal on the corner of 23rd, South, and Grays Ferry, developer Jason Nusbaum and architects Plumbob bring the neighborhood a splash of flash > more