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    • Aerial view of 60 N. 23rd Street from 23rd & Arch Street

Developer of 23rd and Arch site asked to give double tower proposal a second look

PMC’s Property Group’s new mega-apartment project drew acrimony from the Civic Design Review (CDR) Tuesday, as the developer’s plans for a skybridge and an enormous parking garage proved unpopular. The committee…

    • Passengers kicked out windows to flee a stopped SEPTA train after hearing a loud bang and fearing the worst

Equipment failure and a “loud bang” cause SEPTA riders to flee stopped Regional Rail train, shutting down Center City service

During rush hour Wednesday evening, SEPTA stopped all Regional Rail trains through Center City after some passengers on a stopped train jumped from it after hearing a loud bang. According to…

    • PREIT/Macerich conceptual plans for the Gallery

Gallery redevelopers paint rosy picture for future of Fashion District Philadelphia and East Market

Everyone knows East Market Street is on the rise. This neglected stretch of prime Center City real estate long symbolized the untapped market potential of Philadelphia’s downtown, hosting a variety of…

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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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