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On Monday, we ran an article citing some objections to City Hall’s new Dilworth Park, most notably from Philadelphia Inquirer architecture critic Inga Saffron and […]
UPDATE 9/9/2014: OK, OK. So not everybody hates Dilworth Park. ORIGINAL: Well, the redesign of City Hall’s Dilworth Plaza debuted last week as the $55 […]
The torrent of accolades for the city’s newest public (well, “public,” but more on that in a second) park continued through the weekend … right […]
And with this picture, Thursday’s re-opening of Dilworth Park became the best Philly event ever: Michael Nutter and Philly Jesus: Together at last.
As you surely know by now, Dilworth Plaza turned into Dilworth Park yesterday. Every media outlet in town turned up for the party, and while […]
I wasn’t there when a woman at the Dilworth Park ribbon-cutting went down like a sack of potatoes this morning — I’d already left the […]
Dilworth Park officially opened today with an 11 a.m. ribbon-cutting, and Philly Mag will be providing coverage throughout the day. We’ll be updating this post with more photos as the […]
When I first moved to Philadelphia six years ago, one of its chief faults (in my view) appeared to be this: It wasn’t New York. […]
For a Philadelphia space that was established by William Penn as the center of the city, Dilworth Plaza’s new incarnation — at least as seen […]
Philadelphia super-chef Jose Garces will operate a new Rosa Blanca Cafe on the north end of the renovated Dilworth Park when that spot — on […]
The newly renovated and re-christened Dilworth Park will re-open September 4th with three days of celebrations to inaugurate the $55 million makeover of the once-drab […]