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    • Lee Cultural Center | Emma Lee / WHYY
    • Center City

Takeaways from the 2016 State of Center City report

Center City District released their annual State of Center City report [PDF] Thursday, and while there are no major surprises about the trajectory of Philadelphia’s central business district—-up, up, and away!—-there…

    • In-progress residential developments

Center City housing construction meeting demand, but challenges loom

Center City District’s new report takes the pulse of the housing market in Greater Center City and finds scant evidence of a rental housing bubble forming in the near future. But…

    • Walk on Walnut, 1971 | Credit: Joshua Bernstein, Special Collections Research Center, Temple University Libraries, Philadelphia, PA.
Eyes on the Street

Back to the Future: Open Streets in Philly, 1971

During a segment on Marty Moss-Coane’s Radio Times show in October about the Open Streets Philly campaign*, a woman called in to remind listeners that Philly had done a few open…

    • Commuting methods

Lessons for neighborhoods in the State of Center City report

You probably read the headline statistic from last week's State of Center City report that Center City has the second largest downtown population in the country, after midtown Manhattan.  That's exciting…

    • A  2014 pop-up greenway on the westbound lane on the 900 block of Spring Garden Street, one block from the accident on 10th and Spring Garden Streets. Credit: Jon Geeting/PlanPhilly

Photos: Spring Garden St. pop-up greenway offers a glimpse of Spring Garden St.'s potential

Last week, Ashley brought us up to speed on the status of the Spring Garden St. greenway, and told us about an event organized this past Saturday by the Pennsylvania Environmental…

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