Center City Philly in 2024

Dated: February 17 2024

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What's happening in Center City?

Center City District just published their 2024 Real Estate Development Report. What you'll find;

  • 5 Center City Real Estate Development Trends
    • Quality over Quantity
    • Reinforcing Vibrancy
    • Expanding Center City's Walkable Core
    • Bolstering the Eds and Meds Sector
    • River to River - Waterfront Growth on Both Ends
  • Office Development
  • Health Care and Education Projects
  • Hospitality Projects
  • Cultural / Entertainment Projects
  • Public Space Projects
  • Residential Projects
  • Mixed Use Projects

If you'd like to download a copy of the report - click HERE.

Center City Philly Real Estate Trends

Many signs indicate a renewed vibrancy in Center City this year;

What are your thoughts? Let's talk!

Susanna Kunkel, Realtor
eXp Realty, LLC

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