Welcome to Friday Open Threads, wherein we'll pass the mic to readers to speak up about topics of interest, distress, horror, etc. Have something you want discussed? Let us know. This week’s topic: What’s the most beautiful street in Philly?
Oh, Philly, how you woo us with your charming, old-school streets and alleys. But there are just so many to choose from—and likely plenty that we don’t even know about. That’s why today we’re asking you, dear Curbed readers, to weigh in and tell us: What is the most beautiful street in Philadelphia?
Yes, we’ve rounded up some before, but we want to know more! And it doesn’t have to be a so-called alley—perhaps its the shimmering Benjamin Franklin Parkway. Or heck, maybe Broad Street still stops you in your tracks on your walk home from work.
Be specific—you can add a photo of the street to the comments if you’d like. The street with the most votes may be included on a "Most Beautiful Streets in America" feature on Curbed.com.