Posts Tagged ‘Wayne Junction’

Van Straaten & Havey Demolition Imminent

Van Straaten & Havey Demolition Imminent

August 24, 2012  |  Preservation

Days are numbered for this former silk yarn mill, a keystone of the Wayne Junction Historic District > more

SEPTA Buses Not As Green As They'd Like You To Think

SEPTA Buses Not As Green As They’d Like You To Think

August 23, 2012  |  Urbanism

SEPTA's recent sustainability award and it's advertising claims belie a bias against clean electric trolleys and electric trolleybuses, says writer Mike Szilagyi. Even hybrid diesel buses, he says, are hardly green > more

Five More Vulnerable Mills

Five More Vulnerable Mills

July 13, 2012  |  Preservation

We look at the complicated factors that make certain industrial buildings susceptible to fire--and present a list of buildings that deserve proactive attention > more

Your Favorite Public Spaces

Your Favorite Public Spaces

December 20, 2011  |  Urbanism

Hidden City Daily readers explain their favorite spots, from Boathouse Row to Wayne Junction Station to the prosaic Philadelphia stoop > more

Developer To Acquire Germanown Settlement School Site

Developer To Acquire Germanown Settlement School Site

November 29, 2011  |  Development

Ken Weinstein picking up pieces of the failed Germantown Settlement > more