SLAP performed a flash mob to the tune of Aretha Franklin’s “Respect” to support fast food strikes across the country.
Yesterday, developers broke ground on the corner of 38th and Chestnut streets, where a 25-story apartment building and an episcopal cathedral center are planned for the space.
Officials from Yale University and New Haven toured local campuses and University City to see how the Philadelphia colleges encourage investment in their surrounding communities.
American Express offered a $10 credit to those who spent more than $10 at participating retailers.
The new restaurant is Hiroyuki Tanaka’s second eatery in Philadelphia. The restaurant will be one of several in the Chestnut Square development.
Residences for homeless families that have recently begun construction will include a variety of services sponsored by the People’s Emergency Center.
As its lease expires, the printing service supplier will shift all of its operations to its main location at 39th and Walnut streets.
The new proposal is designed to quell the concerns of those opposed to the demolition of the 150-year-old mansion. It will not require the demolition of the building.
Kevin Sbraga, the winner of season seven of Bravo’s “Top Chef,” will open the Fat Ham on 31st and Walnut streets on Dec. 6. The menu will center around southern country cooking with a twist.
Proposals to develop a local transit hub that will increase connectivity may take up to 50 years to develop.
The Philadelphia Police have arrested the person whom they and Penn Police believe is responsible for a string of robberies on the Center City side of the South and Walnut street bridges.
Neighborhood residents challenged zoning decision and the decision of the Philadelphia Historical Commission to allow Penn to demolish the building.
No injuries have been reported, and that there hasn’t been any damage, evacuation or service interruption caused by the leak.
Creative Café @ Replica, which will open on 37th and Market streets on Dec. 2, will also host monthly event series and late-night events.
The district’s biggest project is the Porch at 30th Street Station.
The Christian Life Movement will assumer leadership of the Parish this summer
No retail options are currently planned for the office building.
Girls Understanding Technology and Science event on Nov. 23 will host 75 girls from the West Philadelphia Girl Scouts service units.
Students living on floors four through seven of the Hub I will have obstructed views after construction on Hub 3939 is completed.
Wishbone is open from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. every day, though Hope hopes for some late-night hours in the weeks to come.