Posts Tagged ‘Hunting Park’

The Budd Company: An Industrial Icon That Broke The Mold

The Budd Company: An Industrial Icon That Broke The Mold

August 2, 2018  |  Vantage

Robert Masciantonio dives deep into the history of Philadelphia's groundbreaking industrial powerhouse, the Edward G. Budd Manufacturing Company > more

Urban Farmers Look To Land Bank For Help Holding On To Property

Urban Farmers Look To Land Bank For Help Holding On To Property

January 30, 2015  |  Developing Challenges, Vantage

With the Land Bank finally open for business, urban gardeners and farmers hope for legal protection against the City's "Revoke Clause." Hidden City contributor and Kensington farmer Nic Esposito digs deep into the issue > more

Church Of The Advocate Still A Center Of Advocacy

Church Of The Advocate Still A Center Of Advocacy

October 3, 2013  |  Morning Blend

North Central church to host a conference on racial profiling, anticipating the Temple housing bubble burst, Delaware firm coming to town, and a photo tour of an abandoned Budd plant > more

Hunting Park Residents Seeking Tenant For Logan House

Hunting Park Residents Seeking Tenant For Logan House

April 12, 2013  |  Morning Blend

The community sees the historic home’s adaptive reuse as just the start, 30th Street Station gets a “Companion,” Center City apartment market booming, and the William Cochran House being gutted and reused > 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