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Changing Skyline: Challenge on the Schuylkill
Posted on Fri, Jul 26, 2013
Ever since Philadelphia began taking its waterfronts seriously a decade ago, it has dreamed of shores lined with lithe, elegant, Vancouver-style towers. Master plans were assembled, new recreation paths were laid, parks were created. Yet only a few high-rises have materialized, none of them the least bit thin or urbane.
»Read story: Changing Skyline: Challenge on the Schuylkill
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