You are viewing 6 articles with the tag South by the author JoAnn Greco

    • Levy, Gajewski, Hillier, Strong

Sustainability and the poor: Will the two ever get along?

In connection with its production of red, black & GREEN: a blues, presented as part of the Live Arts Philly Fringe festival, the Annenberg Center last evening hosted a panel…

    • After attracting city agencies to the neighborhood, new homes are being constructed in the

Refusing to be forgotten

Blue hydrangeas bloom in pots outside three-story red brick homes, and wooden window boxes overflow with petunias and ivy along the tidy blocks of Queen Village. A handful of multi-million…

    • Central Delaware

Progress reports on the Central Delaware Master Plan

May 6, 2010 By JoAnn GrecoFor PlanPhilly Last night, about twenty residents of South Philadelphia got a chance to catch up with the progress of the $1 million Central Delaware…

    • Striking a balance

Trying to strike a balance on the Delaware

May 5, 2010 JoAnn GrecoFor PlanPhilly Dredging and natural gas drilling, oil refineries and port activity — the Delaware River, all 330 miles of it from upstate New York to…

    • Wholesale Seafood Dealers of Philadelphia

City's fish market needs a new lease and new home

March 30, 2010By JoAnn GrecoFor PlanPhillyWhat passes for Philadelphia's fish market these days is bracketed by the new $20 million headquarters for the most visible of the area…

    • Cira South rendering

How going green can make easy money

March 2, 2010 By JoAnn GrecoFor PlanPhilly When it comes to real estate, what is green, anyway? According to the speakers who presented at a recent ULI Young Leaders Group…

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