If you have a personal interest in the development of Philadelphia neighborhoods, Naked Philly is a great read for you. The blog really focuses on development news, rumors, and opportunities throughout the city, and less so in the greater Philadelphia area. As Mr. That is an important detail, not to be missed! What does Naked Philly Say? An insider tip from Mr.
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Buy Rent Sell Develop Manage. About Blog Community Contact. Feb, 28, No Comments Northern Liberties. Though it may seem these days like everyone and their brother is a real estate developer, it's actually a pretty risky way to make a living. As we've described many times over the years, the zoning process introduces a tremendous amount of risk to any development, adding a layer of community involvement and political input from District Councilpeople that increases timelines and generally leads to lower density, increased parking demands, less height, and diminished commercial activity. Feb, 27, No Comments Manayunk. Running every half hour during rush hour and every hour during off times, this train will get you downtown in minutes, depending on your departure and arrival stations. This is better than driving into Center City for a number of reasons, avoiding I, eliminating the hassle of parking, and reducing your carbon footprint.
Jane Jacobs fan. Mary Newsom is a lifelong journalist and observer of city life in the Charlotte region and beyond, with a focus on urban design, sustainable development, growth and city planning. Her blog reflects her views only, not necessarily those of any institute or nonprofit with which she has been affiliated. Contact: marynewsom gmail.
So have you been diving into your new DVD set of the complete Naked City , or are you saving it for Christmas vacation? Two years ago I used the original DVDs to illustrate a three — part look at some of the many familiar faces who decorated the edges of the Naked City — faces who were too new to warrant screen credit for their early bit roles. Well, now I do. Here, taken from the Herbert B. Leonard archives at UCLA, are transcripts of the first season cast credits in their entirety, including all of the uncredited actors. Along with the handful of future celebs are dozens of forgotten names who never went on to substantial acting careers, including a cadre of bit players and stuntmen Harold Gaetano, James Little, Frank Downing, Edd Simon who formed a kind of invisible Naked City repertory company. Whatever happened to all these people?