Posts Tagged ‘GlaxoSmithKline’

On The Dangers Of Ad Hoc Interpretations Of The Zoning Code

On The Dangers Of Ad Hoc Interpretations Of The Zoning Code

December 16, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Just how slippery of a slope are laxer readings of “safety services," Mummers seek a more approachable experience this year, CDC gets $40K reward, and making way for East Market development > more

Councilman Squilla Wants Laxer Zoning For Area Around Ben Franklin Bridge

Councilman Squilla Wants Laxer Zoning For Area Around Ben Franklin Bridge

April 5, 2013  |  Morning Blend

Bill would permit 100% lot coverage near bridge, Saffron on Glaxo building, no permits in GHo renovation project, work begins on Wharton Street Lofts, gripes with an unkempt Pennypack Park, and Domino Lane getting a new sewer > more

Charter High School To Move Into Former GlaxoSmithKline HQ This Fall

Charter High School To Move Into Former GlaxoSmithKline HQ This Fall

March 28, 2013  |  Morning Blend

Nonprofit to put down over $40 million for new school’s home, banks invest in affordable housing projects, inside the Barnes Foundation’s conservation room, and talking cocktails in Philly > more

District Health Center # 1, Unassuming, Yet A Preservation Must

District Health Center # 1, Unassuming, Yet A Preservation Must

March 6, 2013  |  Morning Blend

Saving mid-century municipal services architecture, a look at the “Casino Revolution” bid, raising awareness for the SS United States’ preservation, Wyeth painting found at GlaxoSmithKline, and Roxy Theater turns to Kickstarter > more

Finally, Adaptive Reuse For Third Regiment Armory

Finally, Adaptive Reuse For Third Regiment Armory

February 7, 2013  |  Morning Blend

The Armory on South Broad ready to go, GSK office workers “thrilled” at new space, Brandywine Realty announces “The Grove” for Cira South, Queen Village to landscape by I-95, and why Joel Mathis loves the route 12 bus > more