2015.08.28 - Waldorf School Tour - BS0971Add to Cart Add to Lightbox Download
The Waldorf school of Philadelphia is about to start its scholar at a new location. The re-developed campus is located in the former St. Peters episcopal Church, of architect Frank Furness. The site is located at the 6000 block of Wayne Avenue in Germantown neighborhood in the NorthWest of Philadelphia. Developer of the Property, Ken Weinstein, of PhillyOffice Retail, together with Anthony deGuzman, Executive Director of the Waldorf School of Philadelphia toured the property this week. Students will start classes at this new location on September 8, 2015.
Curious on how it looked like before the re-development: These two slideshows give a good feel of the state the building was in after left empty for almost a decade.
FEBRUARY 20, 2013 PLAN PHILLY
Vacant Germantown church could soon become Waldorf School's new home
JULY 15, 2013 | NEWSWORKS
Work underway to transform abandoned Germantown church into vibrant school and community fixture - http://www.newsworks.org/index.php/local/item/57226-work-underway-to-transform-abandoned-germantown-church-into-vibrant-school-and-community-fixture?linktype=featured_articlepage
It is hard to believe, looking at these two galleries from the past, that some of the photos were taken in the same rooms!
A story with a selection of images from this shoot will be published at WHYY’s NewsWorks.org and PlanPhilly.org soon.
- ©Bastiaan Slabbers
- Image Size
- 7051x4705 / 33.4MB
- Contained in galleries
- Property & Retail Development in Philadelphia - Editorial Stock Photo Archive, NorthWest Philadelphia