Posts Tagged ‘Holme Circle’

Saying Goodbye To Stokes House

Saying Goodbye To Stokes House

October 29, 2014  |  News

The end is near for the Stokes house of Holme Circle. Despite efforts by a local civic association to save the 19th century stone farmhouse at 2976 Welsh Road, it will be razed any day now for new residential development. Hidden City co-editor Michael Bixler took a trip out to Holmesburg to bid the building a fond farewell > more

Holme Circle Adaptive Reuse Project To Find New Site After State Denies Funding

Holme Circle Adaptive Reuse Project To Find New Site After State Denies Funding

March 18, 2013  |  Morning Blend

The Holme Circle Civic Association gets its way on affordable housing project, the historical context of Broad & Fairmount, phase 2 of Hunting Park’s revitalization efforts, and a new astronomic program at the Franklin Institute > more

Developers Struggle To Sell Holme Circle Residents On Affordable Housing

Developers Struggle To Sell Holme Circle Residents On Affordable Housing

November 30, 2012  |  Morning Blend

Northeast convent conversion upsets some residents, finding money for Philly tourism in the hotel tax, Point Breeze “land grab” passed, and Parks & Rec gets more money > more

In Germantown, Weinstein Invites The Competition

In Germantown, Weinstein Invites The Competition

March 6, 2012  |  Morning Blend

More real estate investors needed in Germantown, improved chances for the preservation of a farmhouse in the Northeast, three Manayunk parishes seek consolidation, and the AIA praises the city's plans for the waterfront > more

Checking Up On The PHA's Property Auction

Checking Up On The PHA’s Property Auction

January 27, 2012  |  Morning Blend

The jagged process and often under-confidence of the PHA's properties auction revealed, lowered expectations for the prospects of the urban riverfront, cleaning up McPherson Square, and bettering Holme Circle > more