Posts Tagged ‘Center City District’

Dilworth Park, On Balance

Dilworth Park, On Balance

September 16, 2014  |  Soapbox

The new Dilworth Park at City Hall has drawn a considerable amount of criticism since opening last week. Despite a few misgivings, Michael Bixler thinks that there may be a silver lining: inclusive, public appeal > more

Delays & Unexpected Costs At Dilworth Plaza

Delays & Unexpected Costs At Dilworth Plaza

December 3, 2013  |  Morning Blend

City Hall's public plaza not to be unveiled until the end of next summer, a look ahead to Temple's next master plan, the high costs and low returns with another casino, and millenials explore their city > more

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Official “Marriage” Of Reading Viaduct Advocates

October 18, 2013  |  Buzz

The decade-old Reading Viaduct Project will merge with Friends of the Rail Park to help manage the first phase of the park, set for construction next year, and to work toward the vision of a combined elevated-submerged three mile linear park > more

New Study Looks At “How Philadelphia Gets To Work”

New Study Looks At “How Philadelphia Gets To Work”

September 11, 2013  |  Morning Blend

Developers discuss transit-oriented development trends, teens only too happy to show off Cobbs Creek, AVI as “Arbitrary Value Initiative,” and Hillary Clinton at Constitution Center > more

Thanks To The Water Department, More Fish In The Schuylkill

Thanks To The Water Department, More Fish In The Schuylkill

April 23, 2013  |  Morning Blend

Inside the Fairmount Dam Fishway, “looking up” at the Tulpehocken Station, the synergy of the creative class along commercial corridors, and Levy’s plea for transforming the tax system in Philly > more