Inquirer and Daily News Spotlight North Philadelphia Revitalization

From the Next Great City newsletter:

Things are changing in North Philadelphia.  Spurred by the city’s commitment to transit oriented development, low-priced development opportunities, new and improved facilities for Temple University, and the dedication of local individuals and organizations, once blighted areas are showing signs of renewal.  Today’s Daily News details some of the new projects that are bringing new life to North Philadelphia. 
The Inquirer shows how revitalization spreads, with a look at the Veggie Kids program, an urban agriculture program run by Urban Tree Connection.  This program, which started in North Philadelphia and has expanded to West Philadelphia, teaches kids and teens about gardening and provides fresh vegetables to underserved communities.

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Inquirer: Temple’s president plans for the decade

Daily News: Three stories of development in North Philadelphia

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