The intersection of 2nd and Laurel is a critical one for our corridor. It is in many ways a dividing line. This plan seeks to address pedestrian and vehicular conflict while establishing a new public space for all to enjoy.
The NLBID engaged PORT Urbanism to lead a three-part community engagement process and work closely with City departments to develop a layout that addressed pedestrian crossings, signalization, and a much-needed tree canopy.
On Tuesday, December 6th, 2022 , the NLBID hosted an info session, following up on the March 2022 meeting to review the reauthorization five year plan and budget. Couldn’t make the meeting? Watch the recording HERE.
Email Executive Director Kristine Kennedy at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
On Wednesday, March 30th, 2022 , the NLBID hosted an info session to discuss the reauthorization process, grants and incentives available from the City, and a recap of the 2021 financial statements. Couldn’t make the meeting? Watch the recording HERE.
Want to get involved and help shape the next five years of the NLBID? Email Executive Director Kristine Kennedy at email@example.com.
Kieran Timberlake and PORT Urbanism prepared this visionary plan for what is possible along North 2nd St and Spring Garden. With the goal of creating more public gathering space, improving traffic flows, and reclaiming the public right of way, this plan sets forth three key areas for projects: Laurel Park, Market Green, and the Spring Garden Gateway.
Lean all the steps necessary to open your restaurant or food business in Philadelphia
Mayor Kenney’s Safer at Home reopening plan for Outdoor Dining.
The NLBID will reimburse commercial property owners up to $2,400 for sidewalk repairs and replacement.
Have graffiti removed from the first floor of your property. Report its exact location (and provide a photo if available) to the BID or by dialing 311.
Receive a $1,000 reimbursement for improvements to your façade. This could include furniture, planters, or window decals.