PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – A floating park is coming to Philadelphia.

The Delaware River Waterfront Corporation (DRWC) announced Friday it plans to build the water-borne pop-up park on a series of floating barges near the Penn’s Landing Marina.

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According to a press release, the park will be accessible to Philadelphians throughout the summer months and will include a boardwalk, an “urban beach,” lily pad water gardens, a pop-up restaurant and bar and nets that will allow guests to literally hang out on the water.

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To be called the Spruce Street Harbor Park, the temporary green space will open in July. Organizers say it’s similar to this year’s successful Waterfront Winterfest, a temporary winter garden that was located at the RiverRink.

For more information on the park, visit: www.delawareriverwaterfront.com/planning/news/coming-soon-spruce-street-harbor-park

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