Dilworth Park, which recently replaced the old Dilworth Plaza on the west apron of Philadelphia City Hall, is more user-friendly than its predecessor.
The skating rink will be open to the public seven days a week, including holidays, until February 22nd.
Hundreds attended the opening of the brand new, renovated public space. It took 2½ years for the massive makeover.
Dilworth Park, formerly known as Dilworth Plaza, reopens in Center City Thursday.
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The opening is about four months late and about ten percent over budget, but the public will be able to return to the plaza, on the west apron of City Hall, starting on Thursday, September 4th.
By Steve Tawa PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Dilworth Plaza is expected to reopen September 4th after major renovations to the area on the west side of City Hall. Officials are due to give an update on […]
“During the last two years, we’ve encountered the normal things you find underground in a very old city,” notes Center City District president Paul Levy.
SEPTA’s Heather Redfern says the trolley tunnel will close at 10 o’clock tonight and won’t re-open until Monday, August 12th.
The ongoing construction at Dilworth Plaza will cause a weekend’s worth of inconvenience for Center City SEPTA riders.
Work crews have begun the next phase of the massive renovation of Dilworth Plaza, on the west apron of City Hall.
Mayor Nutter wants City Hall to make JFK Plaza more user friendly.
Two months after “Occupy Philadelphia” protesters were evicted from Dilworth Plaza, on the west side of City Hall, city officials gathered for the long-awaited groundbreaking of the plaza’s renovation.
The Knight Arts Foundation has picked 55 projects as finalists for its Challenge Philadelphia grants. The winners will share some $3-million in funding.
There’s a fan-friendly change coming to the Mummers Parade on New Year’s Day, all because of what otherwise is a pain in the neck.