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Logan Square

New construction in Logan Square (credit: John McDevitt)

Commercial Development Brings More Demand For Residential Properties In Logan Square

Real estate experts say homes in the Logan Square neighborhood range from around $400,000 to $2-million and most properties don’t stay on the market very long.

02/19/2014

credit:  www.dcnr.state.pa.us

Officials: Montgomery County Likely To Lose $24 Million

Officials in Montgomery County confirm the county is likely to take a $24-million financial hit related to a redevelopment project in Norristown that’s now in foreclosure.

05/18/2013

Eakins Oval, in its current configuration, is used as a parking
lot for Art Museum visitors. (Credit: Plan Philly)

Plan For Ben Franklin Parkway Envisions ‘More Park, Less Way’

Deputy Mayor for environmental and community resources Michael DiBerardinis says recent improvements have been remarkable, including $20 million in streetscape improvements, the new Barnes Foundation, the renovated Rodin Museum, Sister Cities Park and the restored Logan Square.

02/04/2013

(Kids swimming in fountains at Logan Square. Credit: Hadas Kuznits)

People Beating The Heat In Center City Fountains

Some people are dealing with the heat wave by taking a dip in the city’s public fountains at Logan Square in Center City.

06/22/2012

(Photos by John Ostapkovich)

Makeover Begins For ‘Sister Cities’ Park, Just Off Logan Circle

Philadelphia’s “Sister Cities Park,” on Logan Square, is getting a facelift, designed with the “wow” factor in mind.

05/10/2011

Mitchell Kaplan bids on sports memorbilia at the auction (by KYW's Steve Tawa)

Center City Law Firm Holds Benefit For Philabundance

Up on the 50th floor of Top of the Tower, near Logan Square, 500-invited guests mingled, swapped business cards, and ate Philly-style foods. Importantly, they also took park in a silent auction to benefit Philabundance, the region’s largest food bank.

03/18/2011

(credit: FX Networks)

The Always Sunny Guide To Philadelphia

The show is called “It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia,” and its opening credits roll past about a half dozen Philly landmarks – all shown at night.

CBS Philly–09/26/2010