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By 2016, Philadelphia PA Will Be Seeing Changes To Center City

Updated Center City in Philadelphia PA


Philadelphia PA is one of the oldest and most historic cities in the country. However, aside from being full of popular landmarks and rich traditions,  Philadelphia has also become a very popular place to live. For those looking to enjoy the fast paced live of a city without the feeling of being completely overwhelmed, Philadelphia has proven to be the perfect place. Although many other parts of PA have a more midwestern feel, Philadelphia mixes the best of northeast with the best of the mid-Atlantic. With that being said, the city’s downtown area, known as Center City, has become a popular hub of local restaurants, businesses, and bars.

While the area has certainly been thriving, it looks like the city has plans to embark on a new series of ventures that will change Pennsylvania’s most popular city. Recently, the report on Center City’s District report on Philadelphia Retail shared some updates on the major developments that are planned for the city. According to the report, a $675 million investment will help bring changes to the Fashion Outlets of Philadelphia at Market East, East Market, 1112-1128 Chestnut, and the Curtis Center. As of now, all projects are set to be completed by 2017, and there’s a great chance that the new and improved version of Center City will make Philadelphia an even more popular destination.

Fashion Outlets

Fashion Outlets in Philadelphia PA


East Market

East Market in Philadelphia PA


1112-1128 Chestnut

1112-1128 Chestnut St. in Philadephia PA


The Curtis Center

Curtis Center in Philadelphia PA


images via philly.curbed.com

Written by Camille Moore

Camille has a master's degree from Saint Joseph University's Writing Studies program. Her writing has been published on several websites, and she enjoys writing articles and short stories in her spare time. You can follow Camille on Twitter @CamealAshley.