Breaking Ground: Building Livable Communities in Greater Philadelphia

Posted on February 15, 2010

Breaking Ground: Building Livable Communities in Greater Philadelphia

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, 2010
UNION LEAGUE, PHILADELPHIA, PA

A one-day workshop designed for local planning partners, practitioners, developers, and decision-makers on creating livable communities.

PRELIMINARY PROGRAM, REGISTRATION FORM, AND WORKSHOP INFORMATION AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOAD

Preliminary Program PDF
http://www.dvrpc.org/breakingground/pdf/program.pdf

Workshop Info PDF
http://www.dvrpc.org/breakingground/pdf/workshop.pdf

Registration Form PDF
http://www.dvrpc.org/breakingground/pdf/BG_Registration.pdf

Directions
The Union League of Philadelphia is located at 140 South Broad Street
(intersection of Broad Street and Sansom Street).

Public Transit
The Union League is easily accessible via public transportation. SEPTA’s Market Street (blue) line has stops at 13th & Market and 15th & Market (City Hall). SEPTA’s Broad Street (orange) line has a Walnut-Locust station. The Union League is several blocks from SEPTA’s Regional Rail Suburban Station (17th and JFK Boulevard). PATCO’s 12-13th & Locust Station is directly south of the Union League.

Driving Directions
From 676: Take Broad Street/Central Philadelphia exit. This will bring you to 15th Street. Continue on 15th Street until you see City Hall on your left. Bear left around City Hall and make a right at the first light, which is Broad Street. Take Broad Street two blocks to Sansom Street. Make a right onto Sansom. The Midtown Parking Garage is on the right. The entrance to the Union League is directly across the street.

QUESTIONS/CONCERNS:
Karen P. Cilurso, Senior Regional Planner
Email: kpcilurso@dvrpc.org | Phone: 215.238.2876


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