Commercial activity at the corner began in the late 1920s, more than 90 years ago.
One of the defining events in the history of Bankers Hill was the demolition of the Elks Lodge in 2001.
This year, the North Park Historical Society (NPHS) marks its 10th anniversary as an independent nonprofit organization.
Visitors of Adams Avenue, one of Uptown’s mainstay hubs, have likely noticed the trees lining the bustling sidewalk in Kensington.
One of my earliest memories of Bankers Hill was walking across the Quince Street Pedestrian Bridge.
Mondays Bankers Hill Parking Committee First Monday of the month. 5–6:30 p.m. at Merrill Gardens, 2567 Second Ave. in Bankers...
Freshly painted electrical boxes in the streets of North Park are not only adding a “sparkle” to pedestrian paths, but...
Trisha Kuhlmey was initially taken aback when her friend mentioned the concept of opening a water store.
This development is currently home to 15 apartment buildings and two commercial spaces, which opened mid-December 2017.
May is Historic Preservation Month, and South Park is ready to celebrate.
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