High Praise for a Tidal Trail Park

October 8th, 2014

We’ve talked about the natural beauty of the new Washington Ave Pier Park, and we’ve discussed how awesome it is that the Delaware River Waterfront Corporation is working to create public space along the river for Philadelphians. We’re also pretty into the environmental and historic interpretation of an important relic of Philly’s past. But we’re […]

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New Development on the Delaware

September 12th, 2014

A jewel of the Tidal Delaware is up for redevelopment. The Philadelphia Inquirer reported on Wednesday that Exelon Generation Co. LLC is going to sell Delaware Station, the former Philadelphia Electric Co. power plant on 16.4 acres next door to Penn Treaty Park on the river. The package, split in two lots, includes almost 6 acres […]

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Pinto’s Washington Street Pier “Land Buoy” celebrated in the Inquirer

August 19th, 2014

The Philadelphia Inquirer wrote a great piece about Jody Pinto’s sculpture honoring immigrants a focal point of new park on Washington Avenue Pier. The park, and the climbable sculpture, offer new way to see and enjoy the tidal Delaware River. Mayor Nutter, who cut the ribbon to open the park, said the Washington Avenue Pier was a […]

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