Generally speaking, new housing developments for lower-income residents require some sort of subsidy to make the projects work. These subsidies often take the form of […]
Pentridge Station, the out-of-the-way beer garden in West Philly’s Cedar Park neighborhood, opened this past weekend at 5116 Pentridge Street.
A mere two-tenths of a point dropped Philadelphia from its perch as the nation’s fourth-most-walkable city in this year’s Walk Score rankings of American cities. […]
Back in May, artistic duo Esther Polak and Ivar van Bekkum arrived from the Netherlands for a residency in Philadelphia at the University City Science Center […]
Courtesy The Fire Works With the newest of Philadelphia’s seemingly endless supply of coworking spaces open in Cedar Park, can there possibly be anyone left […]
It was such heartbreak for the Cedar Park neighborhood of University City when Elena’s Soul, a restaurant, bar and community gathering spot at 49th and […]
In Next City, Patrick Kerkstra makes Philly negative exceptionalists feel better by pointing out that while Philadelphia demolition regulations are, indeed, lax, it’s far from […]