Posts Tagged ‘real estate’

Neighbors In Spruce Hill Mobilize As Arvilla Eviction Nears

Neighbors In Spruce Hill Mobilize As Arvilla Eviction Nears

January 29, 2019  |  News

Affordable housing nonprofit Mission First evicts residents of The Arvilla in West Philadelphia, displacing a community of low-income families. Ali Roseberry-Polier has the details > more

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With Philly At “Turning Point” Redevelopment Authority Sharpens Its Focus

February 28, 2018  |  Vantage

Hidden City connects with Redevelopment Authority director Gregory Heller on his vision for the agency's role in Philadelphia's growth > more

Navy Yard Gears Up For Growth With New Power Plant

Navy Yard Gears Up For Growth With New Power Plant

January 30, 2018  |  News

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

Ury House Demo In The 1970s Erased Oldest Home In PA

Ury House Demo In The 1970s Erased Oldest Home In PA

October 25, 2017  |  Harry K's Encyclopedia

Did Philly allow one of the oldest dwellings in Pennsylvania to be destroyed in the 1970s? Harry K. has this cautionary tale for a redeveloping city with a poor preservation scorecard and a history of demolition > more

Three Projects Leave Civic Design Review Stage

Three Projects Leave Civic Design Review Stage

August 3, 2016  |  Morning Blend

CDR board approves with caveats, jobs growth fueling apartment growth, bike map updated, and Schuylkill’s duckweed raising eyebrows > more