Posts Tagged ‘Paseo Verde’

Philly Dominates In 2014 ArtPlace Grant Finalist List

Philly Dominates In 2014 ArtPlace Grant Finalist List

February 28, 2014  |  Morning Blend

A plurality of art grant finalists are in Philly, everything came together for Paseo Verde, the ethics of a developer fighting for gentrification as a City Councilman, and the Boyd inches closer to its demise > more

Key Housing & Community Development Projects Threatened By Proposed House Budget (UPDATED)

Key Housing & Community Development Projects Threatened By Proposed House Budget (UPDATED)

July 31, 2013  |  News

Housing and community development advocates see block grants as key to neighborhood development, but funding would be cut substantially under the budget being considered by the House of Representatives. As the House votes today or tomorrow, the development of Lancaster Avenue and other projects hangs in the balance. Christopher Mote reports > more

TOD Is Here; Now Let's Make It Really Work For Us

TOD Is Here; Now Let’s Make It Really Work For Us

October 16, 2012  |  Vantage

Transit oriented development is going to shape the way the city plans its future. New contributor Greg Meckstroth looks at Philly's TOD scheme in comparison to Chicago and Washington, DC with some lessons to be learned > more

North Central's Paseo Verde Set For Spring Completion

North Central’s Paseo Verde Set For Spring Completion

October 16, 2012  |  Morning Blend

The green transit-oriented development coming allow in North Central, SEPTA to implement new fare system next year, the Penn Museum offering tours for the blind, CHOP replacing the Civic Center, and NoLibs deemed stylish > more

Community Parks Need A Cleaning—And Money

Community Parks Need A Cleaning—And Money

June 13, 2012  |  Morning Blend

Who will pay for the maintenance of Philly's less celebrated and frequented parks, the forgotten piers on the Delaware, blight and distress in Hunting Park, and construction begins for Paseo Verde > more