Posts Tagged ‘Market East Station’

Single Most Transformative Investment? The Commuter Rail Tunnel, Now Turning 30

Single Most Transformative Investment? The Commuter Rail Tunnel, Now Turning 30

November 7, 2014  |  Harry K's Encyclopedia

30 years ago Monday the first trains rolled through Philadelphia's $300+ million commuter rail tunnel. It was a visionary, risky, and necessary project, says Harry K. He brings us the full story of its construction, still paying off dividends today > more

Drexel Looking For Master Developer For Innovation Neighborhood

Drexel Looking For Master Developer For Innovation Neighborhood

September 4, 2014  |  Morning Blend

RFPs sent out for Drexel’s next big thing, Parks & Rec and the public priority, how to support Mantua and Powelton Village’s artists, NLNA goads developer to add office space, and bemoaning a “city of logos” > more

The Dalian & Real Estate Determinism

The Dalian & Real Estate Determinism

September 3, 2014  |  Morning Blend

What The Dalian on Fairmount says about the Philly market, Fringe Arts president happy to have a sedentary HQ, Market East to become Jefferson Station, and CDR critiques Temple-area proposal > more