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NEWS
October 8, 1992 | by Anthony S. Twyman, Daily News Staff Writer
Federal officials got an earful yesterday when they attempted to revisit the issue of adopting a new, get-tough lease for tenants of the Philadelphia Housing Authority. Just like last year, when former PHA Executive Director John Paone attempted to broach the issue with tenants, there was a torrent of criticism. And again during the PHA special master meeting yesterday, the issue was tabled - just as it was last year. "You're trying to push something over on us and I don't like it," Nellie Reynolds, a former PHA board member and Johnson Homes tenant council president, said yesterday.
NEWS
February 11, 2014 | By Chris Hepp, Inquirer Staff Writer
Has the Gallery's time finally come - again? Thirty-seven years after the Center City mall broke new ground in urban retailing, the Market East shopping center is anything but cutting-edge. It is tired, mismatched to its surroundings, and a drag on the wider Center City boom. Its owner, publicly traded Pennsylvania Real Estate Investment Trust, has promised to reverse that. Just how and when, however, has been a bit hazy. Now, there is increasing evidence that a critical mass is building and that perhaps, as promised by PREIT chief executive officer Joseph Coradino, a transformative project is near.
NEWS
March 8, 1986 | The Philadelphia Inquirer / TOM GRALISH
Without the fanfare that was part of its rich heritage, the Bellevue Stratford closed it doors yesterday. Its new lease on life after a reprieve last month proved to be short term, as the hotel's owners, citing insufficient business, shut down three weeks before the scheduled April 2 closing date.
NEWS
December 20, 1991 | by Anthony S. Twyman, Daily News Staff Writer
Supporters of the Philadelphia Housing Authority's get-tough lease proposal will arrive at the PHA board meeting today with new ammunition. PHA Executive Director John Paone is using a $14,000 drug bust at four homes in the Bartram Village housing development to underscore the need for the new lease. Of four people arrested Wednesday in Southwest Philadelphia, only one was a tenant, Paone said. "This housing authority needs the wherewithal through a new lease to be able to enforce the drug laws, to be able to evict tenants who permit their units to be used by drug dealers.
BUSINESS
June 2, 2012 | By Paul Nussbaum and INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
City officials have selected a joint venture of three companies to manage the planning and construction of the multi-billion-dollar expansion of Philadelphia International Airport. CH2M HILL, a Denver-based engineering and construction firm, will be the lead company, and will work with minority-owned companies Delon Hampton & Associates of Washington D.C. and CMTS Inc. of Dallas. The city has agreed to pay the team $25 million for the first four-year term of the project. The project-management team will oversee the complex financial, engineering, design and scheduling elements in preparing for the expansion of the city-owned airport, airport chief executive officer Mark Gale said Thursday.
NEWS
September 30, 1991
If their landlord prevails, residents of public housing in Philadelphia will be getting a longer, tougher lease. It would spell out tenants' responsibilities in detail and make it easier to evict tenants for conduct that's illegal, destructive or otherwise irresponsible. But critics say there's no need to make sweeping changes in the current lease, and that in dozens of specific provisions, the new lease would trample on tenants' rights. Who's right? We agree with the landlord, which is the Philadelphia Housing Authority, that it needs the expanded power it would get in the new lease.
NEWS
July 28, 2007 | By Joseph A. Slobodzian, Inquirer Staff Writer
Management at the Reading Terminal Market yesterday reaffirmed its decision not to give a new lease to steak-sandwichmaker Rick Olivieri. Market spokesman Kevin Feeley said officials of the nonprofit Reading Terminal Market Corp. spent the last week explaining the rationale for their decision to merchants and others, as well as giving Olivieri a final hearing on Wednesday. "Following all of these measures, the board reaffirmed the decision not to renew the lease," Feeley said.
NEWS
February 29, 2008 | By Joseph A. Slobodzian INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
A Philadelphia judge has cleared the way for trial of the long-running lease dispute between Reading Terminal Market managers and steakmaster Rick Olivieri. In a 10-page opinion filed last week, Common Pleas Judge Mark I. Bernstein pared all but one of the 11 counts of the civil lawsuit Olivieri filed last July against the nonprofit Reading Terminal Market Corp., its general manager Paul Steinke, and Ricardo Dunston, chairman of the nonprofit's board of directors. Bernstein also ruled that Olivieri may not seek punitive damages: "Rick's recoverable damages are limited to the amount it reasonably spent to renovate the premises in reliance on the promise of a renewal lease before Rick's learned that its lease would not be renewed.
NEWS
June 2, 2014 | By Inga Saffron, Inquirer Architecture Critic
NEW YORK - Of all the glamorous landmark restaurants in this glamour-obsessed town, only Tavern on the Green survives. Windows on the World was vaporized in the 9/11 attacks. The Rainbow Room stilled its revolving dance floor in 2009. So, when it came time for the city to auction a new lease for that storied Central Park institution, it was assumed that Tavern's mantle would naturally pass to one of New York's own. Maybe a bold-faced restaurant titan like the Gramercy Tavern's Danny Meyer.
NEWS
July 13, 2007 | By Joseph A. Slobodzian, Inquirer Staff Writer
A majority of members of the Reading Terminal Merchants' Association unanimously approved a resolution yesterday supporting a new lease for veteran steak sandwich maker Rick Olivieri. Michael Holahan, interim president of the group representing the 76 merchants in the 104-year-old Center City market, said that more than 50 merchants were represented at the meeting and that the vote supporting the resolution was unanimous. Olivieri, owner of Rick's Philly Steaks, was told by market officials on June 28 that his lease would not be renewed and that he had to leave by July 31. Officials announced that he would be replaced by a South Philadelphia competitor, Tony Luke's Old Philly Style Sandwiches.
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