Posts Tagged ‘Philadelphia Industrial Development Corporation’

Navy Yard Gears Up For Growth With New Power Plant

Navy Yard Gears Up For Growth With New Power Plant

January 30, 2018  |  Development

The Navy Yard, home to one of the nation's largest private microgrids, prepares for the future with a new energy plant. Michael Bixler reports > more

Navy Yard: Contemporary Architecture, But Will It Add Up? (Part II)

Navy Yard: Contemporary Architecture, But Will It Add Up? (Part II)

December 9, 2015  |  Architecture

What's been built, what's in the works, and what's on the boards. Contributor Jason Lempieri sizes up new corporate architecture at the Navy Yard > more

The Navy Yard: An Office Worker’s Paradise, Part I

The Navy Yard: An Office Worker’s Paradise, Part I

December 8, 2015  |  Architecture

Architecture professor and designer Jason Lempieri takes a look at the future of the Navy Yards with a critique in two parts. This first installment explores the dynamic, growing office park that emanates residential potential and begs for urban definition > more

Long Blighted, The Former Native American Museum On Chestnut Street To Be Redeveloped

Long Blighted, The Former Native American Museum On Chestnut Street To Be Redeveloped

January 12, 2015  |  Preservation

Ten years has past since the Native American Museum at 2nd and Chestnut Street has seen tenants. Rusting and rotting among a row of pristine, Old City façades, the property may see a comeback at the hands of new owners Posel Management. Ryan Briggs has the story. > more

On American Street, A Growing Manufacturer Holds On

On American Street, A Growing Manufacturer Holds On

February 28, 2014  |  Development

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