Posts Tagged ‘tactile urbanism’

Dreaming For More (P)open Center City

Dreaming For More (P)open Center City

September 30, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Engineer considers the impact and possibilities of this weekend’s open streets, Goldenberg selected for Logan Triangle redo, Rendell says city felt like “police state” over the weekend, a new homeless shelter, and Strawberry Mansion gets large mural > more

Living The Philadelphia Dream

Living The Philadelphia Dream

September 24, 2015  |  Morning Blend

A look back in the “city of [row]homes,” the state of tactile urbanism, cooperative living in West Philly, and how to get a tree or two from the City > more

Upping Your Seat Cred

Upping Your Seat Cred

June 4, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Active seating in University City, “Speaking Out For Equality” opens tomorrow, returning to The Woodlands, storefront advocacy on Pine Street, and Wi-Fi at Boathouse Row > more

The Return Of The Hohenadel Name To East Falls

The Return Of The Hohenadel Name To East Falls

October 22, 2013  |  Morning Blend

Two projects connected to a nineteenth century brewery in the works, 3601 Market to break ground next month, why we need to rid ourselves of the “Delaware Valley,” looking back at the Society Hill HQ of the Episcopal Diocese, and more tactile urbanism in West Philly > more

Digging Deep On The Delaware

Digging Deep On The Delaware

June 8, 2012  |  Morning Blend

More archaeology work to be done on the Delaware waterfront, how the Penn Museum is keeping up appearances, Torresdale Avenue facades to get some help, and tactile urbanism in Germantown > more