Philadelphia’s Rail Park Featured in NYC’s High Line Network
Philadelphia’s Rail Park, inspired by New York City’s High Line, is one of 19 projects included in the High Line Network – a group of infrastructure reuse projects across North America.
The 75-page State of Center City, 2017 report has been released, utilizing the latest research, original reporting and analysis, plus charts and photos to present a downtown that has progressed a long way, but presents a few lingering challenges.
|Get Informed and In Shape at Dilworth Park||April 5, 2016||Parks, Dilworth park||No Attachment|
|CCD Honors Employees at 25th Anniversary Awards Luncheon||March 22, 2016||Ccd, Anniversary||No Attachment|
|25 Years of Downtown Improvements||March 22, 2016||Ccd, Anniversary, Timeline||No Attachment|
|Mayor Kenney to Salute First Responders||February 19, 2016||Parks, Dilworth park||No Attachment|
|Sustaining Demand for Downtown Housing||February 16, 2016||Report, Residential, Housing||No Attachment|
|Bacon Brothers to Play Special Benefit Concert for the Viaduct Rail Park, Phase I||January 6, 2016||Viaduct rail park||No Attachment|
|$1 Billion in Demand for Downtown Retail Fuels Dramatic Expansion||December 7, 2015||Retail, Report||No Attachment|
|First of Four Monumental Portal Gates Installed at City Hall||September 9, 2015||Dilworth park, City hall||No Attachment|
|Outdoor Seating Popular and Growing in Center City||September 2, 2015||Report, Retail||No Attachment|
|New Report Shows Vigorous Growth in Center City||February 17, 2015||Report, Residential, Housing||No Attachment|