The trouble started back in 2012 when Joel Palmer, one of Philadelphia’s professional blight busters, had the audacity to try and take over a tax delinquent property in the Bella Vista neighborhood. Some folks didn’t like that and filed a lawsuit against Joel and the civic association he just happened to be president of. The […]
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Planning to check out Philly’s Open Streets on the morning of Sept. 24? You can also make an afternoon of it by joining Bella Vista Open Doors, a house and garden tour that will be a benefit for Bella Vista Neighbors Association.
The Crosstown Coalition, which includes twenty civic associations around the city, is looking for feedback on the parking conditions in your neighborhood. There are different surveys for car owners, non-car owners and local business owners in the areas linked to civic associations within the Crosstown Coalition.
The small warehouse at 7th and Kater Streets in Bella Vista could soon be demolished. A three-story building with retail on the ground floor and four apartments on the upper floors is expected to replace this 2,200 sq. ft. warehouse.
The Bella Vista Town Watch, which has kept an eye on 6th to 11th, South to Washington since 1992, has changed its name to the Bella Vista Neighbors Association to reflect the increasing duties the group has taken on in recent years. Initially started to fight crime in the neighborhood, the organization boasts that the […]
The nonprofit Scioli Turco has taken advantage of an obscure state law to transform nine abandoned, blighted buildings into livable, tax-contributing homes over the last several years, and it’s moving on next to this one at 1342 S 16th St.: City Paper reports that the company, named after the defunct Bella Vista VFW post that was […]