Posts Tagged ‘industry’

In South Philadelphia, A Truly Wholesale Demolition

In South Philadelphia, A Truly Wholesale Demolition

May 31, 2016  |  Vantage

For some 60 years, a low-slung, one-story building in South Philadelphia's industrial nether regions kept the city's restaurants and stores in the fresh fish; now it's coming down. Sansom Street Oyster House founder David Mink reflects on the Philadelphia Wholesale Seafood Market's early morning hustle and bustle > more

Axalta Eyeing The Navy Yard For New Facility

Axalta Eyeing The Navy Yard For New Facility

November 12, 2014  |  Morning Blend

New IPO also interested in expanding its presence in Philly, St. Laurentius parishioners worry about moved relics, a Veterans Center opens in the Southwest, and the reuse of vacant Spring Garden financial building > more

School District To Open Manufacturing Skills Training Center At Ben Franklin High

School District To Open Manufacturing Skills Training Center At Ben Franklin High

June 12, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Manufacturing sector invests in its future workforce, proto-SEPTA, conservatorship in Mt Airy, and Perrier creditor blames Comcast for Le Bec Fin’s demise > more

On American Street, A Growing Manufacturer Holds On

On American Street, A Growing Manufacturer Holds On

February 28, 2014  |  Developing Challenges, News

In the center of the debate over the future of American Street is a 20 year deli meat company, Emil's Gourmet. Will the company be swallowed up by coming residential development, or will the street, to the dismay of some residents, remain industrial? Aaron Kase has the story, in this third part of our series on the future of South Kensington > more

This July 4, Celebrate Where It All Began—With Beer

This July 4, Celebrate Where It All Began—With Beer

February 26, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Dow Chemical building to open beer garden by Independence Mall, stitching communities and fabrics together in Old City, the lingering specter of Foxwoods, and Comcast # 2 advances in City Council > more