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Delaware River Waterfront Corporation Publishes Year One Report

Delaware River Waterfront Corporation Year One Report Delaware River Waterfront Corporation (DRWC) was formed on January 30, 2009 in an effort led by Mayor Michael A. Nutter to establish a new…

Your Opinion is Needed!

Your Opinion is Needed! We would like input from those who have experience with boating, kayaking, fishing or sailing, as well as those who have no experience - but may be…

South Street West celebrated 09 but looks ahead to 10

Weekly Press: South Street West celebrated 09 but looks ahead to 10 ‘Twas the season to be jolly (and still is). With that in mind, members of the South Street…

Business vacancy at South Street Headhouse

Weekly Press: South Street, South Street - that's where all the blank stores beat How to improve the South Street business corridor was the focus of the South Street Headhouse…

Inquirer: 2 Center City bike lanes may become permanent

Inquirer: 2 Center City bike lanes may become permanent Two Center City bike lanes have proven so successful that they should become permanent and new ones should be considered, according…

Philadelphia to Produce Two Waterfront Fireworks Shows on New Year's Eve

Philadelphia to Produce Two Waterfront Fireworks Shows on New Year's EveFree Fireworks over the Delaware River kick off a Festive Four Day Weekend with many ways to celebrate! Mayor Michael…

Inquirer: Ground broken for new Barnes home

Inquirer: Ground broken for new Barnes home After years of litigation, court hearings, protests and fundraising, the renowned Barnes Foundation, long of Latchs Lane in Merion, finally broke ground this…

Daily News Editorial: On the waterfront

Daily News: On the waterfront FOR THOSE disgusted with events like the recent transit strike - in which deals are done in closed rooms with citizens having little say in…

Bike Coalition opens "Bike the Strike" station in Dilworth Plaza

Bike the Strike: Commuters Can Bike During a SEPTA Strike  PHILADELPHIA - November 3, 2009 - The Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia urges SEPTA travelers to bike instead of driving. Commuters…

Inquirer Editorial: No desire for streetcars

A plan to restore trolley service along East Market Street to link Center City with the Delaware River waterfront seems problematic on several fronts. Beyond the danger of snarling downtown traffic,…

Center City Buildings, Landmarks Rooting For Phillies With Special Themed Lighting

For Immediate Release                                   Contact: RJ White, 215.440.5550                                                                       rwhite@centercityphila.orgCenter City Buildings, Landmarks Rooting For Phillies With Special Themed Lighting (October 28, 2009) –   To show support for the championship…

TOMORROW: Grand opening of Fair Food Farmstand at Reading Terminal

On Friday, Oct. 2 Reading Terminal Market will celebrate the grand opening of the new Fair Food Farmstand as the signature farmers’ market for the region’s growing local food movement. In…

Steinberg: A master plan for the river

Steinberg: A master plan for the river Click the link above to read the opinion pieice in today's Daily News written by PennPraxis Executive Director Harris Steinberg, who asks why the…

Illadelph: South Philly eatery coming to the Delaware Riverfront

From the Illadelph blog: Unbreaded tips us off to the news that Shank's Original is currently working on a second location. It is to be located right on the Delaware River…

Chinatown leaders favor destruction of the Reading Viaduct

Weekly Press: Chinatown leaders favor destruction of the "Chinese Wall" Written by Mark Brakeman: In its quest for new, affordable housing, the neighborhood’s leaders are looking beyond Chinatown’s traditional boundary…

Publications and Newsletters, August 2009

Citizens Business, Economy League of Greater Philadelphia The Economy League of Greater Philadelphia is an independent, nonpartisan, nonprofit organization dedicated to research and analysis of the region's resources and challenges with…

Park(ing) Day Returns: Friday, September 18

Park(ing) Day, a national event to raise awareness of the need for green spaces in urban areas, is returning to Philadelphia on September 18.  Park(ing) Day originated in San Francisco…

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