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  • . The two most noticeable streets are Broad (north-south) and Market (east-west).
  • . Cityscape 8th and Market Street, showing the department store, 1910s.
  • . The east-west streets, many of them named for trees, e.g., , , , and parallel the main thoroughfare named High Street by Penn, but called Market Street since at least the early 18th century.
  • . Six blocks south of Market is, the original southern boundary of the city.
  • . Vine Street, three blocks north of Market, was the original northern boundary.
  • . 5th and Market Street, today.
  • . Both Logan Square and Franklin Square are located the same distances east and west of City Hall as Washington and Rittenhouse and two to three blocks north of Market Street, reflecting the southern squares.
  • . Projects that were headed by the new master plan were major redevelopment of Center City, including the Penn Center Area (replacing an immense, elevated railroad connector, locally known as the "Chinese Wall, " located north of Market and West of Broad), Market East and Penn's Landing; new development and expansion in University City (focused mainly on the ); as well as the opening up of development on the fringes of the city, the Far Northeast and South Philadelphia Sports Complex.



    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  • . The two most noticeable streets are Broad (north-south) and Market (east-west).
  • . Cityscape 8th and Market Street, showing the department store, 1910s.
  • . The east-west streets, many of them named for trees, e.g., , , , and parallel the main thoroughfare named High Street by Penn, but called Market Street since at least the early 18th century.
  • . Six blocks south of Market is, the original southern boundary of the city.
  • . Vine Street, three blocks north of Market, was the original northern boundary.
  • . 5th and Market Street, today.
  • . Both Logan Square and Franklin Square are located the same distances east and west of City Hall as Washington and Rittenhouse and two to three blocks north of Market Street, reflecting the southern squares.
  • . Projects that were headed by the new master plan were major redevelopment of Center City, including the Penn Center Area (replacing an immense, elevated railroad connector, locally known as the "Chinese Wall, " located north of Market and West of Broad), Market East and Penn's Landing; new development and expansion in University City (focused mainly on the ); as well as the opening up of development on the fringes of the city, the Far Northeast and South Philadelphia Sports Complex.



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  • . Philadelphia has one of the oldest and largest Italian-American communities in the United States in South Philadelphia, which is home to the world famous Italian Market.



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  • . Bizjournals Directory Find local business services by clicking on a category Business Pulse Survey: Italian Market wants to shed its 'Rocky' image Philadelphia Business Journal - February 8, 2002 by Staff Writer A new vision for the Italian Market has emerged calling for clean streets, modern apartments over storefronts, cafes, nightlife and regular Saturday festivals.
  • . Ninth Street, the main thoroughfare through the Italian Market, never looked like this.
  • . City Councilman Frank DiCicco, one of the chief proponents of this vision, freely admits that not everyone on the block is ready for this view of a cleaned-up -- some might say gentrified -- image of the nation's oldest continuously operated open-air market.
  • . Change can be tough, " said DiCicco, who has lived his whole life within blocks of the Italian Market.
  • . But outsiders say, `This is disgusting.'" This spring, the city will finish a three-year long $2 million face lift -- what DiCicco considers just the first phase of sprucing up the Italian Market.

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  • . The question is "how many restaurants can fit on a city block." Reading Terminal Market A great Saturday morning meeting place.
  • . 306 Market Street Philadelphia, PA 19106 Isgro Italian Pastries Unbeatable cannoli 1009 Christian Street Philadelphia, 19147 215-923-3092 Le Bec Fin Probably the finest restaurant in Philadelphia; certainly the most expensive.
  • . Front & Market Streets Philadelphia, PA 19106 (215) 922-7600 Saloon Started as a watering hole for wiseguys and art students, Saloon has evolved into a spot for wiseguys and tourists on expense accounts.
  • . Front & Market Streets Philadelphia, PA 19106 215-627-2500 Employment Resources: Government: City of Philadelphia Philadelphia Planning Commission Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission Community Groups: Old City Civic Association Box 111 9 North Third Street Philadelphia, PA 19106 215.440.7000 Philly Neighborhoods Philadelphia's neighborhood builders online.
  • . An alumnus of University of Virginia and Adelphi University, he has worked as a communications/marketing specialist in government (U.S.


    Rocky VI shooting at Italian Market today? [Archive] - PhillyBlog - Philadelphia
  • Web www.phillyblog.com > > > Rocky VI shooting at Italian Market today? View Full Version : UncleCranky 01-25-2006, 09:19 AM It looks like the Italian Market is being setup for some Rocky VI shooting.
  • . What I loved about the market yesterday is that even though there was all that going on, most of the vendors were just business as usual and doing their thing.
  • . What I loved about the market yesterday is that even though there was all that going on, most of the vendors were just business as usual and doing their thing.
  • . It's all in the presentation and marketing.
  • . junebug 01-26-2006, 01:11 PM No shooting in the Italian market today (although I'm finding great prices on asparagus and red peppers today - gotta work those into dinner!) The trucks are still there which might mean they will be back another day for re-shoots or that it is just a convienent place to keep several trucks.
  • . When HIG left for work this morning he mentioned something about 21st and Market or something near there.


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  • . 27, 2006 Dan Gross | If Teri 's desperate, it's for Philly IT'S REAL AND IT'S SPECTACULAR, SHE GUSHES TO AIRLINE MAG IF THIS ACTING thing doesn't work out for her, we're pretty sure Teri Hatcher could be hired by the Greater Philadelphia Tourism Marketing Corp.
  • . When we spoke with the cousin, who lives in Bucks County and who asked that we not name him, he said that during one of Hatcher's visits to town he had taken her to one of the Mojito parties at Marathon Grill Commerce Square (20th & Market).
  • . 18th), Continental (2nd & Market), Fork (306 Market), Alma de Cuba (1623 Walnut), Bar Noir (112 S.
  • . 18th), Marmont (222 Market), Pat's and Geno's Steaks (both at 9th & Wharton), the Italian Market as a whole and 32 Degrees (16 S.


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  • . Directly east, on Market Street, is Independence National Historical Park , with the famous Liberty Bell, Independence Hall and the new National Constitution Center ; Market Street continues on to the waterfront and Penn’s Landing .
  • . North of Market Street is the Old City Cultural District , with Christ Church and Elfreth’s Alley , the oldest residential street in America – the first house was built in 1713.
  • . Circling clockwise around the City Hall hub are the Convention Center District, where Chinatown, the business district and many fine shops and department stores are located; the colorful Washington Square and upmarket Rittenhouse Square neighborhoods; and the Parkway/Museums district.
  • . Nearby is South Philadelphia , home of the cheesesteak and the famous Italian Market .
  • . Tourist Information Greater Philadelphia Tourism Marketing Corporation 30 South 17th Street Suite 1710 Tel: (215) 599 0776.
  • . Sixth and Markets Streets, in Independence National Historical Park Tel: (800) 537 7676 or (215) 965 7676.

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  • . South Philadelphia has many Italian restaurants, as well as the Italian Market -- a real working outdoor market.
  • . One reasonably priced place to eat and shop is the Reading Terminal Market.
  • . This is an actual, working farmers' market, which has been in its present location since 1893.
  • . Have Dim Sum and shop the nearby Chung May market for Asian specialties.


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  • . Info: Greater Philadelphia Tourism Marketing Corp., 215-599-0776, -- Gary Lee Get your potatoes -- and your prosciutto and salami -- by the pound at the Italian Market.
  • . 1200 Market St., 800-235-6397, .
  • . ITALIAN MARKET An open-air shopping bazaar several blocks long, this is where you come to find prosciutto di Parma, Bartolini olive oils, Toscano salami and just about any other culinary treat you wish you'd brought back from Italy.
  • . For the freshest produce and best glimpse into the colorful market life, come in the early morning.
  • . Sunday, www.phillyitalianmarket.com.
  • . The Reading Terminal Market, a busy sweep of stalls and eateries at 12th and Arch streets, is another good place to browse for locally made crafts or to grab a bite.
  • . 232 Market St., 215-627-5116.


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  • . Directly east, on Market Street, is Independence National Historical Park , with the famous Liberty Bell , Independence Hall and the National Constitution Center ; Market Street continues on to the waterfront and Penn’s Landing .
  • . North of Market Street is the Old City Cultural District , with Christ Church and Elfreth’s Alley , the oldest residential street in America – the first house was built in 1713.
  • . Circling clockwise around the City Hall hub are the Convention Center District, where Chinatown, Reading Terminal Market , the business district and many fine shops and department stores are located; the colourful Washington Square and upmarket Rittenhouse Square neighbourhoods; and the Parkway/Museums district.
  • . Nearby is South Philadelphia , home of the cheesesteak and the famous Italian Market .
  • . Tourist Information Greater Philadelphia Tourism Marketing Corporation 30 South 17th Street Suite 1710 Tel: (215) 599 0776.
  • . Sixth and Market Streets, in Independence National Historical Park Tel: 1 800 537 7676 or (215) 965 7676.


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  • . We navigate our way to the Italian Market, redolent of fish, woodsmoke, and anise."There's only one way to do things around here, " Fiend says of her neighborhood.
  • . Subscribers will pay a small fee, waived in some cases, and will get screaming fast Internet service that's almost as available as broadcast television signals.Visitors will be able to Google train schedules in Love Park, find a shoe sale while strolling Market Street, read a biography of Ben Franklin on their way to tour Independence Hall, or pay a parking ticket without ever standing in line.

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  • . Reading Terminal Market Duck out between sessions for lunch at the Reading Terminal Market, or make a night of it at one of the many eateries in the area.


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  • . Located just a short distance from our hotel, broad-based Philadelphia attractions of this nature include: Reading Terminal Market (10 blocks) Independence Hall (11 blocks) Chinatown (12 blocks) South Street (16 blocks) Society Hill (16 blocks) Italian Market (17 blocks) Old City (17 blocks) Waterfront (19 blocks) Philadelphia Tourism Guides And Area Links...


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  • . 4 Blocks from City Hall 9 Blocks from the best Philly Cheese Steaks Best water Ice in Philly Best Philly Soft Pretzels any street vendor 15 minutes from the Eagles, Phillies, Flyers, and 76ers (stadiums) Lots of excellent art and science museums Philadelphia's first farmer's market TNS is 2 Blocks from the Liberty Bell and Independence Mall For food of all tastes listed by cuisine or location visit the section of and click on Restaurant Listings for an extensive restaurant guide.
  • . How do I go about obtaining PHILADELPHIA SOUVENIRS? Check out the Independence Visitors Center located at 6th and Market Streets, call (800) 537-7676 or (215) 965-7676.
  • . Plenty of parking can be found at these locations: 8th & Arch Streets 13th & Arch Streets 16th & Vine Streets 17th & Market Streets 17th & Rittenhouse Streets 18th & Arch Streets 19th & Arch Streets 23rd & Market Streets Liberty Place, 1625 Chestnut Street The Bellevue, 200 South Broad Street And many more locations throughout the city.

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