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What's Happening in:  Graduate Hospital 

Grays Ferry Triangle Indego station temporarily out of service due to appeared impact

Due to a yet-to-be-identified cause, the Indego station at the Grays Ferry Triangle at 23rd and South is temporarily out of service after being affected by what appears to be an impact from a vehicle.

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Photo from the Southwest Center City Facebook group. 

The incident occurred at some point Saturday evening, pushing the bike share station out of its position in this pedestrian plaza.

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What's Happening in:  Graduate Hospital 

Permanent plans presented for Grays Ferry Triangle

The pedestrian plaza at 23rd and South Streets will soon become a permanent fixture.

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Rendering from PlanPhilly.

This community space was first created on a test-run, which then led to a 3-year temporary closure permit for this plaza. Due to the success of the space, a permanent proposal has been presented for the Grays Ferry Triangle.

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What's Happening in:  Point Breeze 

SoPhilly Spotlight: Recently rehabbed Point Breeze home edition

This is a sponsored SoPhilly Spotlight. To get your listing featured, email albert@passyunkpost.com.


This week’s SoPhilly Spotlight is a recently rehabbed property located in the fast-growing neighborhood of Point Breeze.

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The property at 1272 S. 23rd St. is a 1,370 sq. ft. home with 3 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms that is currently on the market for $299,000.

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What's Happening in:  Graduate Hospital 

Section of G-Ho street to be converted to a pedestrian plaza

The Grays Ferry Triangle at 23rd and South will grow starting in May, when a six-month pilot program will turn the north end of Grays Ferry Avenue into a pedestrian plaza, says the blog This Old City.

Image comes from This Old City.

Image comes from This Old City

The decision had support of 98 percent of the immediate neighbors and Councilman Kenyatta Johnson, says the blog, which popularized the phrase “East Passyunk sneckdown” among Philly planners after one recent snowstorm:

We have every confidence that the project will be an economic boon to the many businesses flanking the triangle. Pedestrian amenities like planters, green space, seating, lighting, aesthetic improvements and programmatic events (outdoor fitness, jazz, kids activities etc.) are all planned for this important gateway to Graduate Hospital and the South Street West businesses.

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