Posts Tagged ‘The Gallery’

Water Taxiing To The Navy Yard?

Water Taxiing To The Navy Yard?

February 9, 2016  |  Morning Blend

A plan for water taxing to the Navy Yard, The Gallery redevelopment delayed once more, PennDOT to reconfigure Franklin Institute’s Winter Street, SEPTA looking to increase El capacity, and more scenes of Philly in the snow > more

New Barnes Exhibit Surveys The World's Best Work In Iron

New Barnes Exhibit Surveys The World’s Best Work In Iron

September 16, 2015  |  Morning Blend

“Strength and Splendor” opening Saturday, Planning Commission okays nine digital billboards, Streets Department gets traffic center, and historic preservation advocacy in West Philadelphia > more

When Neighbors “Architect Up

When Neighbors “Architect Up”

June 19, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Neighbors call for redesign of proposed tower for the Boyd, architect reconsiders redesign of Lovett Memorial Library, Sharswood eminent domain plan approved, and integral funding package secured for The Gallery redevelopment > more

With Council Introducing Gallery Redevelopment Bills, We Examine PREIT's Plan

With Council Introducing Gallery Redevelopment Bills, We Examine PREIT’s Plan

April 23, 2015  |  News

What's the economics behind the outlet mall concept? Will the Gallery remain a public place? Is PREIT offering transformative architecture? Nathaniel Popkin examines the project and files this report > more

What Will Bring Shoppers Back To East Market?

What Will Bring Shoppers Back To East Market?

March 9, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Reviewing the perpetual dilemma that is East Market Street, revealing cognitive cartography in Graduate Hospital, more money for Philly’s parks and streets, and the “yawning chasm” of the Cohocksink Sewer > more