Monday, February 8, 2016
Independence Mall, 2010
Posted on Sun, Dec 26, 2010
The $300 million reconstruction of the '70s-era Independence Mall was the project of a generation for Philadelphia, on par in its ambition and cost with Chicago's hugely popular Millennium Park. Like the Windy City's undertaking, the renovation of the national park gave Philadelphia a large, public greensward downtown.
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