S Columbus Blvd, Philadelphia, PA
From boat rides on the Schuylkill to free admission to museums, there’s plenty to do and see if you’re sticking around Philly for the long weekend.
Big changes are coming to the Delaware River Waterfront. Everything from an 11-acre park at Penn’s Landing to a massive residential village in Pennsport.
From outdoor rinks by the water to indoor spots that are entirely free
Enjoy the two New Year’s Eve fireworks shows on the Delaware River without paying a penny.
The city is dreaming big and small along the Delaware River.
The one-bedroom loft faces the condo building’s atrium and features multiple terraces and a fireplace.
A series of highway ramps will be the first to go to make way for an 11-acre park over I-95 and Penn’s Landing.
The state, City of Philadelphia, and William Penn Foundation have collectively committed to raising the last $10 million needed to push the project forward.
The foundation and agency have committed $15 million and $100 million, respectively, to fund the capping of I-95 and create a 11-acre park. That leaves just $20 million more needed for the $225 million project.
The mayor tells PlanPhilly that he will propose $90 million for the capping of the interstate in his Thursday budget address. Plans to cap a portion of I-95 have been circulating for years.