Posts Tagged ‘Paul Levy’

Think Neighborhood Park

Think Neighborhood Park

April 8, 2012  |  Urbanism

With construction on a first phase of the Reading Viaduct park planned to begin next year, we invited the Center City District's Paul Levy to give readers insight into the planning process, scope and costs. Don't think of the project as a connector or trail, but instead as public space for a neighborhood without it--space with awesome views > more

Make No Small Plans

Make No Small Plans

December 22, 2011  |  Urbanism

On the elusive potential of the Ben Franklin Parkway and the necessity of thinking big (while recognizing the value of small interventions and organic change) > more

Something's Missing

Something’s Missing

October 20, 2011  |  Art & Design

Well into the immense reconstruction of the Parkway, some questions remain...as a piece of the puzzle opens Friday....in New York > more

Viaduct Talk

Viaduct Talk

September 27, 2011  |  Development

For years Philadelphia has hoped to build an elevated park from the ruins of the Reading Railroad Viaduct. Now, officials are pursuing the project. > more