New Report: Monitoring Philadelphia’s Economic Recovery, October 2020
Posted by Center City District on October 20, 2020
Philadelphia is gradually recovering from the economic downturn prompted by the pandemic and the stay-at-home orders that were issued in mid-March. This new report from Center City District/Central Philadelphia Development Corporation, Monitoring Philadelphia’s Economic Recovery, which will be updated monthly, focuses on key economic indicators, commercial office and housing market trends, construction activity, local tax revenues, transit ridership, parking volumes and pedestrian activity in Center City.
For graphics, charts and a narrative of trends, download the full report Monitoring Philadelphia’s Economic Recovery: https://centercityphila.org/uploads/attachments/ckg2o0qmt4uw8lxqd4o5yrwy0-monitoring-philadelphias-economic-recovery-oct-2020.pdf
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