Posts Tagged ‘Inquirer Building’

As Inquirer Building Awaits Police HQ, A Peek Inside

As Inquirer Building Awaits Police HQ, A Peek Inside

December 26, 2017  |  Photography

Photographer Chandra Lampreich takes a look inside the empty halls of the "Tower of Truth" > more

A Humanist Walks East Market

A Humanist Walks East Market

March 17, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Jan Gehl critiques Market Street, mixed-use planned at Berks El station, rezoning recommended on North Broad, of historic preservation and 1st Amendment rights, and Please Touch Museum settles debts > more

Public Clocks Still Keeping Time On Philly’s Streets (At Least Twice A Day)

Public Clocks Still Keeping Time On Philly’s Streets (At Least Twice A Day)

December 18, 2015  |  Vantage

Has there ever been a comprehensive study of Philadelphia's exterior clocks? Well there is now. Steve Weinik combs the city for his Philly Analog series > more

Blatstein Pulls Appeal, Will Reconsider His Redevelopment Of Former Inquirer Building

Blatstein Pulls Appeal, Will Reconsider His Redevelopment Of Former Inquirer Building

January 20, 2015  |  Morning Blend

NoLibs developer withdraws appeal of gaming control board decision, Germantown schoolyard to be transformed thanks to PhillyU students, Pennsport warehouse to become storage facility, and the final public meeting for LOVE Park redo > more

Old City Orange Façade To Be Preserved

Old City Orange Façade To Be Preserved

October 20, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Historical Commission okays Old City development, the emblematic stairway at the Barnes, Blatstein serious yet anxious about The Provence, 10 homes for NoLibs, and a salvaged cornice delights in Fishtown > more