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    • Photo illustration of advertising, as proposed for 1515 Arch | Interstate Outdoor Advertising, Tantala Associates

Art Commission rejects proposal to use city office buildings as billboards

A proposal to use the city’s Municipal Services Building and One Parkway as advertising backdrops met with bitter opposition at the Art Commission’s Wednesday meeting. The proposal comes three years after…

    • Proposal for new entry signage on Lit Brothers building | Brickstone Realty

Digitally-enhanced entries proposed for Lit Brothers building

The Historical Commission's Architectural Committee weighed in on design concepts for additional digital signage on the historic Lit Brothers building at its meeting Tuesday. Consideration of alterations to the high profile…

    • Cyclists avoid construction on Bike Coalition's annual Bike to Work Day celebratory ride/Bastiaan Slabbers for WHYY

Center City District reports show cycling up, drivers and cyclists agree potholes and blocked lanes are the worst

Traffic seemed terrible this morning. Cars on the Ben Franklin Parkway were stopped from 22nd Street to 20th Street, where ongoing construction diverts drivers before they can reach Logan Circle. After…

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ABOUT CENTRAL

Northern Liberties, East Poplar, West Poplar, Callowhill, Old City, Chinatown, Society Hill, Washington Square West, Queen Village, Bella Vista, Hawthorne, Francisville, Fairmount, Spring Garden, Logan Square, Rittenhouse Square, and Southwest Center City.

As the metropolitan center of the Delaware Valley region, the Central District has over 300 years of history, infrastructure, culture, innovation, and urbanity to tout. Highlighted below are four broad assets – the Central Business District, Culture & Tourism, Transportation, and Neighborhoods – that form the backbone of not only development and growth for the district, but also for the city.

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Laura M. Spina, 215-683-4638, Laura.Spina@phila.gov

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