Posts Tagged ‘Viaduct Greene’

PVM, RIP

PVM, RIP

February 10, 2014  |  Preservation

Few could dream the possible city as well as Paul vanMeter, the landscape gardener and founder of ViaductGreene, who died suddenly Thursday. Nathaniel Popkin's tribute > more

Plan For City Branch Rail Park Emerges

Plan For City Branch Rail Park Emerges

April 15, 2013  |  Urbanism

The long awaited vision for turning the City Branch into a park connecting the Reading Viaduct and Fairmount Park will be released this week. It calls for a muscular new civic space at Broad Street and connections to the campus of Community College of Philadelphia > more

Planning To Begin On

Planning To Begin On “Submerged” Section Of Viaduct

May 25, 2012  |  Urbanism

A top-notch design team will jump-start the planning process for a park that could extend from the elevated Reading Viaduct west to the Rodin Museum > more

Sexy-Ugly

Sexy-Ugly

November 7, 2011  |  Architecture

First up for Furness Week here at Hidden City Daily we have Paul VanMeter of Viaduct Greene with his take on the Philadelphia architect's life and work: complex, powerful, and almost "deliberately perverse" > more

Shovel Ready?

Shovel Ready?

September 13, 2011  |  Development

Momentum building, real questions on sequencing the Reading Viaduct park > more