Over the next five months, the Philadelphia School District will consolidate multiple administrative operations into one refurbished building at 440 N. Broad Street (see story). When fully occupied this Summer, 1,551 administrators will work there; approximately 500 visitors daily will visit on business. A few restaurants, a food store, and residential projects have commenced and more are planned. Census tracts in the area grew from by 100 residents from 1990 - 2000. Planned residential expansion could double that increase during the next few years.
Friday, April 01, 2005
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