Monthly Archives: October 2013

FringeArts creates new performance and artistic hub on the Delaware waterfront

The Philly Fringe/Live Arts Festival is a unique, avant-garde arts festival held in the city every September.  Fringe festivals have become popular, in some cities, as a way to show unusual and avant-garde performances that wouldn’t normally be seen in … Continue reading

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Rodin Square, a large apartment complex with a mega-sized Whole Foods in Fairmount, will begin construction soon

Another large apartment complex, this time with a one acre-plus sized Whole Foods supermarket, is going to break ground soon in the Fairmount neighborhood.  This complex will be called Rodin Square and it will be behind the Rodin Museum, and just … Continue reading

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Liberty Square, another large, new apartment complex in South Kensington at 1203 Germantown Avenue, to be built soon

Another new apartment complex is planned for South Kensington, between Germantown Avenue and American Street, across the street from the future site of Soko Lofts.  This new complex, to be called Liberty Square and being developed by Blackstone Development and designed by … Continue reading

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Hub II to begin construction at long last

If you’ve been to 40th & Chestnut Streets in University City, you’ve likely seen The Hub, a multi-colored apartment highrise, which is home to Jose Garces‘s restaurant, Distrito, on the northeast corner of the intersection.  The Hub was built a … Continue reading

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