Posts Tagged ‘retail’

The People’s Square

The People’s Square

January 7, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Revisting Rittenhouse history, events space and hotel planned for the old Delaware power station, creatively masking vacancies on Head House Square, and 1700 Market trades again > more

Thomas Jefferson To Subsume Philadelphia University

Thomas Jefferson To Subsume Philadelphia University

December 18, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Schools in Center City and East Falls to merge, our neighbors to the north take note of Philly’s apartment market, piloting new lights in Center City, and a third Target for Center City > more

Met With Protest, Temple Dithers On Stadium Question

Met With Protest, Temple Dithers On Stadium Question

December 9, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Board of Trustees takes no action on football stadium; Center City retail by the numbers; Planning Commissioners considers eight bills, their future; and scaling Fergie’s Tower with Fergie’s Pub > more

Demand For Local Historic Homes Shrinking, Say Realtors

Demand For Local Historic Homes Shrinking, Say Realtors

August 20, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Antiquated layouts and preservation responsibilities blamed for struggling “antique housing” market, Target targeting Center City shoppers, a playful and stimulating pop-up community space for South Philly, and Eastern State adding to this year’s Terror Behind the Walls > more

Oasis Of The Obscure On Bainbridge Street Celebrates 30 Years

Oasis Of The Obscure On Bainbridge Street Celebrates 30 Years

May 4, 2015  |  Vantage

This year marks the 30th anniversary of Anastacia’s Antiques, a vibrant cavern of curiosities in the heart of Bella Vista. Over the last three decades the owners have curated one of the most artfully surreal retail experiences in the city. Milady Nazir walk us through the looking glass in South Philly > more