A proposed 3,000-person music venue and western bar are expected to bring waterfront development to Fishtown.
University officials have no plans for the Burk Mansion on North Broad Street.
Temple continues to disregard a historic property.
Ordonez argues that Philadelphia has a moral and protecting the legacy of Joe Frazier.
Students gather, listen to music, dance and watch state of the art light show at premiere Temple Made Live event.
The Pavilion closes for general use, but remains open for some activities.
Architecture professor and students push forward with their effort to preserve Joe Frazier’s historic gym, located on North Broad Street.
The opening of Morgan Hall next year muddles Edge’s contract situation.
As students move west of Main Campus, students from other schools flock to Temple.
Months before he takes office, Theobald meets with current Temple leaders.