Posts Tagged ‘Reading Viaduct’

Saturday's Party For The Viaduct Underscores Progress, Exposes Challenges

Saturday’s Party For The Viaduct Underscores Progress, Exposes Challenges

September 12, 2013  |  Vantage

With public support building, Saturday's Rally for the Rail Park block party culminates a year of progress toward a Reading Viaduct Park. Key questions linger, however, as Nathaniel Popkin reports > more

Art Museum Fountain Springs To Life Once Again

Art Museum Fountain Springs To Life Once Again

September 12, 2013  |  Morning Blend

Fountain of the Seahorses restored, as is select features of Rittenhouse Square, Wendy’s a definite for Bunting House site in Roxborough, The Friends of the Rail Park fundraising this weekend, and videographic proof that Philly isn’t ugly > more

Smokin’ Joe’s Gym Deemed Historic!

Smokin’ Joe’s Gym Deemed Historic!

May 1, 2013  |  Morning Blend

The North Broad Street former gymnasium added to the National Register of Historic Places, lessons for the Reading viaduct park, South Philly Free Library to close, Ellsworth Kelly exhibit at the Barnes, and architectural walking tours to begin this weekend > more

Plan For City Branch Rail Park Emerges

Plan For City Branch Rail Park Emerges

April 15, 2013  |  News

The long awaited vision for turning the City Branch into a park connecting the Reading Viaduct and Fairmount Park will be released this week. It calls for a muscular new civic space at Broad Street and connections to the campus of Community College of Philadelphia > more

Goldtex, After The War

Goldtex, After The War

March 21, 2013  |  News

With things at least seemingly quiet on the union protest front, Brad Maule takes advantage of the ceasefire to explore the progress at Goldtex > more