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Celebration of Temple I N. 16th Street Project

1260 Housing Development Corporation

Tuesday, June 14, 2011 at 10:00 AM (EDT)

Celebration of Temple I N. 16th Street Project

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Celebrate

Temple I North 16th Street

with a

LEED® Plaque Presentation

Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony

& Guided Tours

 June 14, 2011

10 a.m.

1700 block of North 16th Street

Philadelphia, PA

 Temple I has revitalized the 1700 Block of N. 16th Street through the rehabilitation of 58 units of affordable housing in 22 historic brownstone buildings.

More information about Temple I here.

 

Transportation

Public Transit:  We strongly recommend that you use one of the many public transit options that service the Cecil B. Moore/Temple University Station (1700 N. Broad Street). From the station, walk ¼ mile west to 1700 N. 16th Street.  For maps and schedule information, please click one of the following options:  Broad Street Line, Route 2 Bus, Route 3 Bus, Route C Bus

By Car: Parking is available for $12 (cash only) at the Liacouras Garage - located at Cecil B. Moore and North 15th Street - view map

Have questions about Celebration of Temple I N. 16th Street Project? Contact 1260 Housing Development Corporation

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Temple I - North 16th Street
1700 block of North 16th Street
Philadelphia, PA

Tuesday, June 14, 2011 at 10:00 AM (EDT)


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1260 Housing Development Corporation

1260 Housing Development Corporation (1260) develops decent, safe, and affordable permanent independent housing for low-income individuals and families in Philadelphia. We are committed to the long-term health of our residents and serious about energy efficiency and environmental stewardship. Through our partnerships with Enterprise Green Communities and the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), all of our new construction and rehabilitation projects are built to meet Enterprise Green Communities Criteria and attain LEED® certification.

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