PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – A popular pop-up park in Philadelphia has announced it will remain open a month longer than planned.

The Delaware River Waterfront Corporation announced Wednesday that its summer-only floating park on the Delaware, Spruce Street Harbor Park, will continue to operate through September 28th.

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The park, which has received a lot of buzz despite its short tenure. Earlier this summer, it even made a Jetsetter list of the world’s best urban beaches.

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The DRWC says roughly 35,000 people came to Spruce Street Harbor each week this summer, and nearly double that number went to the park during the July 4th holiday.

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The park was originally scheduled to close after Labor Day weekend.