A group focused on rejuvenating a 4-mile stretch of Broad Street says city and community leaders should entice health-related businesses to the area around Temple University Health System, and increase green space and improve attractiveness along the North Philly artery over the next five years.
The three goals are part of the 2020 Vision plan released by nonprofit, North Broad Renaissance, which is dedicated to connecting community members with political and other local leaders in an effort to revitalize the economy and quality of life along Philadelphia's North Broad corridor.
"This five-year plan is allowing us to set a strong foundation for North Broad Street — one that is aimed at cleaning, communicating, creating opportunities and improving the economic power and quality of life along North Broad Street and will help this corridor become one of the most innovative in the region," said Shalimar Thomas, executive director of NBR.
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