Posts Tagged ‘South Philadelphia’

Examining Class And Racial Dynamics On The Anniversary Of The 1918 Riots In South Philadelphia

Examining Class And Racial Dynamics On The Anniversary Of The 1918 Riots In South Philadelphia

July 25, 2019  |  Vantage

Amy Cohen takes a look at the socioeconomic and racial tensions in South Philadelphia that exploded into a six-day riot in the early 1900s > more

ZBA Delays Decision On Developer's Demolition Plan For Hoa Binh Plaza

ZBA Delays Decision On Developer’s Demolition Plan For Hoa Binh Plaza

July 24, 2019  |  News

The fate of an Asian supermarket and immigrant community hub on Washington Avenue hangs in the balance as a developer seeks approval to raze the complex for 44 townhouses and apartments. Kimberly Haas has the details > more

History May Lie Deeper Under A Church Rectory In South Philly

History May Lie Deeper Under A Church Rectory In South Philly

July 19, 2019  |  News

Plans for a new construction project reveal a possible African American burial site beneath the rectory of St. Mary Magdalen de Pazzi at 7th and Montrose. Kimberly Haas has the details > more

Developer Targets Asian Shopping Center In Next Battle For Washington Avenue

Developer Targets Asian Shopping Center In Next Battle For Washington Avenue

June 26, 2019  |  News

Hoa Binh Plaza at 16th Street and Washington Avenue has been a shopping and community hub for Vietnamese and Cambodian immigrants for nearly 30 years. As real estate acquisition heats up west of Broad Street, a developer plans to raze the complex for new residential construction. Kimberly Haas has the news > more

Homeowners Pay The Price When New Construction Damages Neighboring Rows

Homeowners Pay The Price When New Construction Damages Neighboring Rows

June 14, 2019  |  News

Owners of row houses are left with little recourse when demolition and new construction causes structural damage to their homes. Starr Herr-Cardillo takes a look at a growing citywide problem > more